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 This sounds like an urban myth, but it isn't: In Gramercy, there's a 390-square-foot studio that holds a queen-sized bed, living area, dining area for four, a decent amount of storage, and still has room for entertaining. The catch? The apartment is essentially robotic. The same architecture fir...
04/16/2015
[Photos by Bob Estremera. More photos of fire escapes, over here.]Part of architect Joseph Pell Lombardi's renovation of two Soho buildings is to remove the external fire escapes and introduce other fire-abating measures into the building, such as sprinklers. Why? "It's twofold: It's aesthetics, ...
04/14/2015
 The Internet recently lit up with talk of "coloring books for adults," particularly the fact that two such titles by a Scottish illustrator are currently at the top of Amazon's bestsellers list in the U.S. It may be that they allow grown-ups to reconnect with the joys of childhood. It may be tha...
04/10/2015
  MANHATTAN — The average studio rental in Manhattan cost $2,691 a month in March, according a report released by Douglas EllimanThursday.Since most landlords require a yearly salary that's roughly 40 times the monthly rent, that means a tenant in the average Manhattan studio would need to earn a...
04/08/2015
Designer Till Konneker has a familiar story—he was living in a tiny studio apartment approaching the size of a large closet, knowing that although it had to work, it just didn't work. He needed space. So, hedesigned the perfect all-in-one bed frame meets stylish storage unit and called it the Liv...
04/07/2015
  A Dallas-based widower who needed a pied-a-terre in New York to visit his kids and grandkids hired Allen + Killcoyne Architects to gut renovate the place. Out went the shag carpeting, according to Houzz, and in wentseveral space-saving details that allowed 340 square feet on the Upper East Sid...
04/02/2015
Zumper's monthly National Rent Report for March just came out, and apparently NoMad is now the priciest New York City neighborhood in which to rent, with the average one-bedroom going for—deeeeep breath—$4,270. Last month's leader, Tribeca, fell into a tie for second place with Flatiron ($4,200)...
04/01/2015
Every landlords wants a qualified tenant that pays rent on time and takes care of the property.  And with news of the renting population growing, as millennials are postponing home ownership despite job stability, there is a steady stream of qualified renters available as potential tenants. But, ...
04/01/2015
A scene from “5 Fights Up” Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman are tackling the challenges of New York City real estate in the new film, “5 Flights Up.” In the film, Keaton and Freeman play an older couple — an artist and a retired teacher — attempting to sell their East Village walkup. According to...
03/29/2015
All images via Pivot Many recent multimedia projects have tried to present a "then and now" look at different cities by mashing up current images of buildings and streetscapes with historical visuals like old film footage, 18th-century paintings, or classic album covers. Now, an app calledPivot w...
03/26/2015
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