williamsburg project by morris adjmi unveils its curving facade

Over on Williamsburg’s Grand Street, between Wythe and Berry, a modest-scaled development designed by Morris Adjmi Architects is nearing completion.

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Jim Parsons buys Gramercy Park penthouse for $2.8M

Bazinga!

Jim Parsons, the actor best known as Sheldon Cooper from “the Big Bang Theory” has bought a $2.8 million penthouse at 36 Gramercy Park East, according to property records filed with the city today.

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The Sterling Mason: Tribeca’s Hottest New Address

Nestled in a private enclave within downtown’s most coveted landmark district, The Sterling Mason is described as a modern reflection of historic Tribeca....

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443 Greenwich - A penthouse in the building might break the record for downtown’s priciest pad

The conversion of an 1880’s Tribeca book bindery into a high-end condo for privacy-seeking celebrities and wealthy New Yorkers is now wrapping up.

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$51M Tribeca Penthouse Vies For Downtown's Priciest Sale

A penthouse at warehouse conversion 443 Greenwich Street that will reportedly list for $51 million may break the city's record for most expensive listing sold south of Canal Street, NYDN reports. Although the pad's distinction may be short-lived with news of a pricier $53 million condo in the same building....

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What You Need To Know To Get A Reservation at Posh Le Bilboquet

Le Bilboquet is an unofficial club for the city’s uber-elite, owned by bona fide members of that elite— Ron Perelman, the Revlon billionaire; rock idol Eric Clapton; real estate mogul Steven Witkoff; and Philippe Delgrange, who founded the original Le Bilboquet on 63rd Street 30 years ago....

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89 Grand Street Rendering

We found a rendering on the fence of the building architect Morris Adjmi has designed to replace Theobald Engelhardt’s 1885 Palace Rink at 89 Grand Street....

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Renderings Revealed for Multiple West 15th St. Developments

All that construction on West 15th Street that has been annoying neighbors for years will actually produce some buildings eventually, and some renderings spotted by NY YIMBY show what those buildings will look like. First up is 430 West 15th Street...

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Fun in the Hamptons: The Pinwheel House.

Architect Peter Blake is perhaps best known for a design that was never realized: his “Ideal Museum” conceived for Jackson Pollock in 1949. A friend of the artist, Blake asked Pollock to paint large murals on the four movable panels of the house he designed for his own family, but like the museum, those murals remain a dream...

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TriBeCa Getting a Cast Iron "Inversion" Building

The windows, typically recessed, jut out from facade. It is as though the building across the street had been pressed against this one while it was still drying.....

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Southampton's Linden Estate is Back on the Market

Designed in 1915 by Grosvenor Atterbury (who also designed Forest Hills), the Linden estate was purchased by former Esprit executive Juergen Friedrich for $8.5 million back in 2002. Friedrich then invested millions of dollars renovating the place....

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Architect Roger Ferris shares his secrets behind the underground library at the Watermill Center

The avant-garde East End architect Roger Ferris has designed everything from a funky Sagaponack beach bungalow to the acclaimed Clubhouse at the Bridge.

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American Country Houses- Ted Turner

oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam” is the opening line of one of America’s most famous folk songs. But Ted Turner might be excused if he thinks it was written especially for him....

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A Narrow Escape

At the end of a long driveway on Long Island’s East End, a boardwalk leads through a grove of shad trees to a slender, one-story glass-and-steel house on a concrete plinth...

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The Empire Builder

In the high-stakes world of American architecture, Annabelle Selldorf has become a quiet powerhouse, bringing her lush vision to homes, art galleries, museums - and even an elegant recycling plant. by Dodie Kazanjian.

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