Pre-War Style

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Gallery

    William Randolph Hearst once lived in this penthouse apartment on the Upper West Side. The triplex co-op — which was a quintuplex when Hearst resided there — is currently on the market for $38…   See the Image

  • Kristen Wiig's Soho Apartment

    Comedian Kristen Wiig has decided to list her sunny Soho loft for $2.6 million, after purchasing it back in 2009 for $1.5 million. The two-bedroom co-op is a tenth-floor corner unit at 476 Broadway,…   Read the Blog

  • Condo in Harlem NYC

    Finding a one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan for under $400,000 is doable, but more often than not the monthly maintenance fees end up costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month — way more…   Read the Article

  • John Mayer's NYC Apartment

    Singer-songwriter John Mayer recently sold his Soho apartment — and made a pretty handsome profit, according to The Real Deal. The Grammy-winning musician bought the 12th-floor apartment back in 2005…   Read the Blog

  • John Mayer's NYC Apartment

    Musician John Mayer recently sold his Soho condo for $3.91 million. The 2,000-square-foot corner unit is filled with natural light.   See the Image

  • John Mayer Apartment NYC

    Published 02/04/14 in Houses
    John Mayer Apartment NYC

    Musician John Mayer recently sold his Soho condo for $3.91 million. The 2,000-square-foot corner unit is filled with natural light.   See the Image

  • 8 NYC Homes for the Girls of 'Girls': Jessa

    We can picture Jessa living in this spacious studio. The prewar coop is in the heart of Greenwich Village.   See the Image

  • NYCGIRLS-24-Fifth-Ave

    Published 01/16/14 in Houses
    NYCGIRLS-24-Fifth-Ave

    We can picture Jessa living in this spacious studio. The prewar coop is in the heart of Greenwich Village.   See the Image

  • 2014RESNYC-Sliding-Door

    Published 01/03/14 in Houses
    2014RESNYC-Sliding-Door

    Doors with knobs are so conventional. Ditch the knob and install a sliding door. We especially like the sliding door in this Greenwich Village pre-war loft. It separates the bedroom and living room…   See the Image

  • OPENHOUSENYC-24-Fifth-Ave

    Published 12/12/13 in Houses
    OPENHOUSENYC-24-Fifth-Ave

    We're suckers for soaring ceilings, especially when they're coupled with Manhattan views as impressive as the one offered by this penthouse living room. The two-bedroom Greenwich Village pad has the…   See the Image