• Downtown Coral Gables and Miracle Mile offer an upscale selection of unique boutiques and specialty stores located in a quaint, pedestrian friendly neighborhood.   See the Image

  • The Village of Merrick Park is a luxury outdoor shopping center named after the founder of Coral Gables, George Merrick, and has 115 world-class shops and restaurants.    See the Image

  • Owners Robert and Sonat Birnecker Hart of Koval Distillery Chicago

    Robert Birnecker and Sonat Birnecker Hart's family-run business produces about 32 different products, including limited-edition seasonal batches and truly creative aromatic…   See the Image

  • Founder of Urban Remains Eric Nordstrom on a salvage.

    From stained and leaded glass windows, to historic building hardware and 1920s Farie lamps, Toledo stools and industrial tables, antique electrical devices, the odd medical cabinet and old service…   Read the Article

  • NY Penn Station Design Challenge H3

    H3 Hardy proposes an expansion that includes a three-acre park, two-acre roof garden and retail complex.   See the Image

  • Lincoln Park's Millionaire Rejects Resale Store in Chicago

    To paraphrase F. Scott Fitzgerald, hand-me-downs from the rich are different. “I’ve given them a place to bring their items,” says Millionaire Rejects owner Carol Brody, who scoops up high-end…   Read the Article

  • Lincoln Park's Millionaire Rejects Resale Store in Chicago

    “Nothing goes to waste,” says Carol Brody, owner of Millionaire Rejects.  Last year she donated 25 pieces to Deborah’s Place a non-profit that provides housing for homeless women in…   See the Image

  • Urban Remains - Original Exterior Francis Apartments Ornamental Terra Cotta Panel

    Original buff-colored vitreous ornamental terra cotta exterior string course panel salvaged from the (non-extant) Francis Apartments in 1971. The South Side Chicago Francis is one of two…   See the Image

  • Urban Remains - Gilded Wrought Copper Druggists’ Mortar and Pestle Trade Sign

    Very rare and amazingly intact late 19th-century wrought copper exterior building apothecary mortar & pestle trade sign. The old gilded finish is largely uniform, with an allover crazed…   See the Image