Articles by Tom Acitelli

Water, water everywhere

Water, water everywhere

It’s the most refreshing of amenities in these stickiest months of the year: a swimming pool. With city dwellers eager to cool off and dip their toes into any kind of water as the...

Water, water everywhere
Get smart!

Get smart!

Homes are getting smarter, especially in space-starved New York City. Residents here long ago learned how to make tighter spaces work organizationally and functionally; now they’re making those same apartments and townhouses work quickly...

Get smart!
Retirement & NYC real estate

Retirement & NYC real estate

One of the biggest aspects of retirement planning is figuring out what to do with real estate. In New York City, the equation is often exacerbated by the sheer value of the housing here,...

Retirement & NYC real estate
The Best of New York

The Best of New York

To kick off 2014, Luxury Listings deep-dived into the best of New York City real estate to come up with the tops in buildings, views (city and water views), fitness centers, residential gadgetry, architecture...

The Best of New York
Finding room for the family

Finding room for the family

Tolstoy once wrote that “happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” If he had been writing 150 years later and in a different setting—namely, modern-day Manhattan rather...

Finding room for the family
Steven Durels, SL Green's leasing director, overlooking Columbus Circle last month

Hello, 3 Columbus

From the January issue: The announcement early last month that advertising giant Young & Rubicam had signed for nearly 340,000 square feet of office space at 3 Columbus Circle, the former Newsweek Building, was...

Hello, 3 Columbus
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