Get Rich In Real Estate Best Seller

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. […]

One West End Avenue

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. […]

ARO

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 […]

56 Leonard Street Facade

In 2007, New York-based luxury condominium and hotel developer the Alexico Group purchased the land at 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca from the New York Law School for $150 million. Continue reading