Category: New York City

July 5, 2017

Staging Your New York City Apartment

All the world’s a stage, including your New York City home – especially when it comes time to sell. The…
May 3, 2017

Adopting and Caring for NYC Pets

If you’ve been contemplating a furry addition to your family, NYC’s shelters are full of adorable, loving dogs in need…
May 2, 2017

New York’s Live Music Scene

New York is home to some of the most famous live music venues in the country, but it’s also full…
January 23, 2017

The Closing with Richard Meier

Pritzker Prize winning architect, Richard Meier is a favorite of mine, having designed some of the world’s most iconic buildings…
January 21, 2017

What’s New in Hudson Yards?

Earlier this month, sales at 15 Hudson Yards hit the 25% milestone, with 75 units sold before construction is even…
January 17, 2017

India in New York

After my recent trip to the beautiful land of India, I returned to the city with a hunger for more…
January 16, 2017

Winter 2017 Events

Winter in New York has some excellent art, antique, fashion, and cultural events that are worth venturing out into the…
October 9, 2016

Fall Events

Whether you’re a film connoisseur, a burger aficionado, or a sucker for all things Fall related, there are plenty of fun…
October 4, 2016

The Closing with MaryAnne Gilmartin

Every few months I feature an interview from The Closing, a Q&A with outstanding New York City real estate developers.…
October 2, 2016

A New Type of Food Delivery

Living in NYC means there is scarcely time to plan meals, go grocery shopping, and cook. Often, we resort to…
September 9, 2016

Can You Identify this NYC Location?

Here is a hint: MaryAnne Gilmartin led a huge project in the vicinity of where this photo was taken.  
July 7, 2016

Bill Cunningham’s New York

On June 25th,  New York City lost one of its most recognizable, beloved, and iconic mobile fixtures/institutions of the last…
July 6, 2016

Escape From New York: Weekend Getaways Close To Home

Remember summers when we were kids, the dreamy stretch of days from late June to early September that seemed to…
July 5, 2016

Saigon Shack Vietnamese Kitchen

If you’re on the hunt for authentic Vietnamese cuisine with flare, look no further than Saigon Shack in Greenwich Village. While this…
July 5, 2016

Summer Events in NYC

There are some nice outdoor and indoor NYC events for Summer Lovers coming up soon. Here are some of my favorites. Some are brand…
July 2, 2016

The Closing with Stephen Ross

Early June marked the opening of 10 Hudson Yards, the first building to open in Hudson Yards’ 17M square foot development.…
June 25, 2016

NYC’s Best Summer Rooftops

There are few things more evocative of summer life in the city than hanging out on a rooftop with friends.…
April 9, 2016

Spring Events in NYC

Now that Spring is here, many of us are eager to get out on the town and enjoy the milder…