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  1. Ring My Bell: 12 Hours at the Clock Tower in the New York Edition HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    Hazelnut waffles with berries and cream served at The Clock Tower Restaurant in the New York EDITION hotel in the Flatiron District. 8:30 a.m.: Through small windows with dark wood panes the slanted morning sun hits the Flatiron building across Madison Square Park.

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  2. On the Market: Extell Markets One57 Rentals; Subway Hell This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The New York Observer

    HFZ Capital payed $870 million for a Chelsea development site last year-one of the highest prices ever-but it doesn't plan to recoup the sum with ultra-luxury condos on the level of 57th Street skyscrapers, Bloomberg News reports , via Crain's , just your average luxury condos. While price per square foot will be in a standard $4,000 per square foot range, they'll only be 1,500 to 2,000 square feet.

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  3. Beloved Chelsea Bookstore Printed Matter to Move to a Larger, Two-Floor Chelsea SpaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The New York Observer

    Printed Matter, Inc. is moving to a new, bigger, and more flood-safe Chelsea home. Founded in 1976 by artists Sol Lewitt, Lucy Lippard, and friends, the New York-based non-profit specializes in artists' books and publications.

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  4. The Bronx Museum Looks at Cuban Art in a New Era of US-Cuba RelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2015 | The New York Observer

    It may be an understatement to say that Cuban art is going through a change. In December 2014, President Obama and Cuban President RaAol Castro agreed to naturalize relations between the two countries. 7 comments

  5. To Do This Week: Dale Peck Reading and Yoga Open HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Sometime in the last two decades all of the artists decamped from Chelsea and moved to Brooklyn. You can probably find at least a few at The Brooklyn Artist's Ball.

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  6. Luxury Jeweler Satya Scainetti Channels Spirituality Through DesignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | The New York Observer

    When N.Y. - born jewelry designer Satya Scainetti opened her latest boutique in downtown's shiny new Brookfield Place shopping center a couple of weeks ago, it was a fitting tribute to one of the city's most under-the-radar, homegrown success stories. "The developers only invited a handful of New York brands to be there," she said, speaking at her office in Chelsea.

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  7. Auctions, Galas, and Ten-Gallon Hats: A Preview Look at Dallas Art WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Dallas may initially make you think of oilmen and cowboy boots and rodeos and the like, and that's fine, but-surprise!-it's also a world-class, super cosmopolitain capital of contemporary art. The Dallas Art Fair-and the constellation of museum opening, galas, auctions, performances and general rowdiness that accompany it-has gotten bigger each year, with more New York galleries coming down than ever.

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  8. Top NY Avant-garde Ballet Company ClosesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, the avant-garde New York ballet company founded and funded by Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie, is closing down after a dozen years in Chelsea, the Observer has learned exclusively. The company, run by artistic director Alexandra Damiani, alerted employees this afternoon, a representative for the company confirmed.

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  9. Pulse Projects Installations Make Braving the Snow Worth ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Pulse New York , open Thursday through Sunday at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, has great moments and not-so-great moments. Among the greats are the artworks of Pulse Projects , large-scale installations spread throughout the fair that spotlight innovative contemporary works.

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  10. PRhyme Makes Chelsea in 2015 Feel Like New York in 1996Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Royce da 5'9" was in top form as he performed on Sunday night with his longtime friend and collaborator, the legendary DJ Premier . Soaked in spotlights, DJ Premier hulked over his turntables and chided the Highline Ballroom crowd with one of the worst insults you can possibly hurl at a New Yorker.

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  11. Outsider Art Fair Gives Self-Taught Artists a Leg UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | The New York Observer

    John Brill's eerie print "Plasma" will be on display at the Outsider Art Fair. The third annual Outsider Art Fair is coming to New York next week, January 29 to February 1, and it's a must-see for art-world "insiders" and "outsiders" alike.

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  12. 12 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before January 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 | The New York Observer

    Event: New York Ceramic and Glass Fair at the Bohemian National Hall This year marks the 16th anniversary of the fair, which has positioned itself as the "only fair of its kind in the United States that specializes in ceramics, pottery and glass from the 17th-21st centuries." Occupying three floors of the Bohemian National Hall on Manhattan's Upper East Side, this year's edition features over 30 galleries from the U.S., England, Europe, and Asia.

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  13. Affordable Housing More Frequently Preserved in Less Desirable NeighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | The New York Observer

    When Penn South, an affordable housing co-op in Chelsea, briefly opened up its lottery for its wait list this past summer, it received some 40,000 applications, of which just 1,200 were selected for what is likely to be a wait of more than a decade. Obviously, affordable housing is more desirable in some neighborhoods than others, and Chelsea is among the most desirable of New York neighborhoods right now, but the phenomenon-fewer affordable apartments in better neighborhoods-is one that's likely to repeat across Manhattan as subsidized affordable housing below 96th Street increasingly converts to market rate.

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  14. Stumbling Up Fifth AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | The New York Observer

    The nonprofit group that stages New York's Veterans Day Parade every November 11th is apparently marching in the wrong direction. Beset by a barrage of financial woes, the United War Veterans Council Inc. has been struggling to pull off the annual rite.

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  15. 12 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before November 2: Halloween EditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | The New York Observer

    Opening: Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe "Floating Chain at Marlborough Chelsea Finally reading over the press release for this show, we understand why the gallery took so long to post it on the website: it sounds like a doozy! The show will be broken into several components. The first, and central, is the film The Floating Chain .

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  16. Brash New York Vs. London Cool: The Different Styles of Dealers in Two Big Art CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | The New York Observer

    London and New York, epicenters of cosmopolitan taste and bellwethers for the international art market, have long shared galleries, buyers, and a lingua franca. They both rake in huge annual sums at auction for contemporary sales-in 2013-2014 season, New York brought a 541,331,656 to London's a 230,325,132.

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  17. At Home With Fashion Designer Nicole Miller in Her Tribeca ApartmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | The New York Observer

    "I like to spread out my Sunday newspapers with my coffee in the morning," said Nicole Miller, while sprawled on her couch on a rainy afternoon in Tribeca. Ms. Miller shares the 3,200-square-foot loft with her husband, son and Godzilla, her beloved Rhodesian ridgeback.

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