Pre-War Style

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Solarium

    The solarium was added to the apartment in the mid-1990s. Hearst bought the building in 1913 for $950,000 and expanded the three-story penthouse into a quintuplex — the largest apartment in New York…   See the Image

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Master Bedroom

    The spacious master bedroom has large windows facing west and north, with a full bath, walk-in closet and dressing room. The north-facing windows offer views of the George Washington Bridge, and the…   See the Image

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Kitchen and Dining Room

    Like most rooms in the house, the kitchen features many windows and direct access to large terraces. With 7,000 square feet of terraces spread across three floors, the home has as much exterior…   See the Image

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Hudson River View

    Located at West 86th Street and Riverside Drive, the Clarendon offers clear views of the Hudson River. Built in 1908, the building was home to Hearst, his wife and three sons.   See the Image

  • William Randolph Hearst's NYC Home: Great Room

    The great room lives up to its name, with double-height ceilings, brilliant natural light and perfect views of the Hudson River. The great room opens directly onto one of the home's many terraces.   See the Image

  • 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