Swing into summer with Luxury Listings NYC

With a focus on art and summertime shelter, the July issue hits doorsteps soon

New York /
Jun.June 18, 2014 04:50 PM
 

Summertime, and the reading’s easy. In Luxury Listing NYC’s upcoming July/August issue, we explore ways to start an art collection in your home, as well as what to invest in at different price points. Just in time for the onslaught of hot and humid weather, we dive into the most exclusive swimming holes in Manhattan with a roundup of top townhouses and penthouses with private pools.

We spend some time at home with artist Domingo Zapata, who the New York Post labeled the “next Andy Warhol.” And LLNYC also takes you inside the Upper West Side digs of legendary sportscaster Marv Albert.

Featuring an ideal blend of neighborhood real estate news and glossy images of the finest area homes, Luxury Listings NYC has the widest distribution of any publication in Manhattan, reaching more than 100,000 doorsteps.

Click here to catch up on the current issue of Luxury Listings NYC. To subscribe, email [email protected] or call 1-855-703-9671. Subscriptions are free for Manhattan residents.

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