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Dear friends – readers – colleagues – investors – and simply people interested in real estate! I’m thrilled to announce a book signing event for my bestselling book “Get Rich in Real Estate: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Acquiring Properties in NYC”. During the event, I will answer your questions, speak about best ways to succeed […]
If you visited my blog before, you know that most of my posts here are about buildings in Manhattan – usually new, sometimes older – but always remarkable for their beauty, comfort, and quality of living these buildings offer to their inhabitants. This article is no exception, even though it would seem so at first. […]
Born in Uruguay, Rafael Viñoly studied architecture at the University of Buenos Aires before forming one of the largest architecture firms in South America. He eventually relocated to the United States in 1978 and founded Rafael Viñoly Architects in 1983. In the years ahead, he would come to be known around the entire world for […]
Born in Argentina, César Pelli came to the United States in 1952 and quickly rose up the ranks of the architecture world. He made a name for himself as a partner at Gruen Associates where he designed the initial building at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood and the United States Embassy in Tokyo. […]
Bjarke Ingels. If that name doesn’t mean anything to you, it should. If you do know why he’s such a big deal in the world of architecture, then you probably know what it means to live inside a building he’s designed. New Yorkers are about to get that chance – again. The Danish architect and […]
I’d like to start this article with a little piece of historical curio. In 1922, the Iceland ice-skating company built an 80-by-200-foot ice rink at 239 West 52nd Street in Manhattan for $800,000. Ten years later, the company went out of business but the ice rink lived on. In the 1950s, new owner Louis Brecker […]