Fall into the latest issue of Luxury Listings NYC

Add color to your home and step inside George Whipple's Columbus Circle apartment

New York /
Sep.September 09, 2014 11:00 AM
 

Our September/October issue is bound to raise some eyebrows — the ever-bushy brows of NY1 society reporter George Whipple.

We dive into Whipple’s Columbus Circle apartment, which acts as a fascinating and eclectic placeholder for his own personal history. The man-about-town is a Wall Street lawyer, a friend of the late Andy Warhol, a farmer, a photographer, an author and a descendant of three signers of the Declaration of Independence as well as Massachusetts senator Daniel Webster.

Luxury Listings NYC also takes a look at some of the city’s top penthouses, which are no longer exclusive to the top-most floor of a building, but impress with sky-high prices and top-notch designs nonetheless. According to Urban Compass broker Leonard Steinberg, the penthouse is something that “can’t be replicated.”

As the city trades in its green backdrop for the signature hues of fall, it may be time to consider some brighter and bolder colors for your pad. We chatted with some of the hottest up-and-coming designers to hear what they had to say about adding a splash of color and a touch of boldness to your home.

In a feature on soaking tubs, we unveil why the bathroom is “no longer an element to hide, but rather to show.”

Enjoy the issue! — Kerry Barger


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