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Plenty of nightclubs like to tout themselves as "different" from the rest. We don't have sparklers, they claim. Comment?
Jarecki, owner of the imposing mansion at 19 Gramercy Park South, told the Observer recently. "This was a big house." Comment?
Sadly, the view seen through the floor-to-ceiling windows onto the most exclusive park in the city isn't visible from this particular angle. "People don't give up their spaces on Gramercy," broker Jeff Adler informed the Observer. Comment?
Manhattan House's crisp white brick was a counterpoint to the cluttered red brick of the East 60s when it was built in 1951. When Robert Kaswell first moved to New York, he lived in an apartment at 342 East 67th Street, and every time he walked to the subway he'd pass an eye-catching white-brick complex that spanned the entirety of East 66th Street between Second and Third Avenues. Comment?
His life, which shall make the epoch shudder with love and war and which will make Him the most famous son of Adam, is only days old. His simple cradle, constructed with grace and skill out of olivewood that expands gently with the daytime heat and contracts, with no threat of shattering, in the chilly desert night, lies absolutely still. Comment?
The 49-unit West Village condominium marks the third project Mr. Schrager has worked on with architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron-the first was 40 Bond, which Mr. Schrager was so impressed with that he selected the penthouse as his own residence. The following project, 215 Chrystie, is set to open in 2016. Comment?
When Maurice A. Mann and his partners, a clique New York dubbed "shadowy," bought the Apthorp, a grand old building at 79th and Broadway, in 2007, a number of its well-heeled residents were less than pleased about the vertiginous rent hikes-and rumors that the new owners would take the building condo-that ensued. The rumors, of course, proved true, and Mr. Mann, the founder of Mann Realty Associates, soon found himself cut out of the deal himself, "betrayed" by the aforementioned partners, in his estimation . Comment?
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