Real Estate

Sunday, April 30, 2017
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    AVENUE Fetes the New Year at Pierre’s

    Avenue celebrated the New Year with our friends at Pierre's in Bridgehampton

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    Trophy Mansion

    A century ago, so many financiers built grand private homes around Park Avenue and East 69th Street that the area became known as “Bankers Colony.” Now the Dommerich mansion, an early member of this elegant enclave, has come to market for a cool $72 million.

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    A House Divided

    In 1953, a developer with the soul of a butcher hacked Lagomar, a Roaring Twenties Addison Mizner villa, into pieces. Now, after an award-winning expansion by its interior designer owner, a vibrantly resuscitated section of the Palm Beach house has hit the market for $17 million.

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    Taking ‘in the Closet’ to a Whole ‘Nother Level

    Poliform is here to make your walk-in-closet dreams come true.

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    Holiday Whoopi for SAGE

    Supporters and allies of SAGE came together for the 31st Annual Toys Party.

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    Shining Up the Silver Dollar

    A long-shuttered landmark in Hamilton Heights—home since the 19th century to an exclusive men’s club, a private boys’ school and the roisterous Silver Dollar speakeasy—enjoys a Harlem renaissance as a stylish new condo.

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    It’s Quiet Uptown

    The $4 million tranquility of Harlem’s historic Astor Row

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    Where Nixon Mingled with Monet

    The luxurious Sutton Place South apartment of philanthropist Elmer H. Bobst, now on the market, was a showplace enlivened by presidential visits, rare artworks and even a jewel heist.

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    TERMINAL CONDITIONS

    In the area known today as Tribeca, fashionable New Yorkers flocked in the 1800s to St. John’s Park, a lush showplace bordered by elegant Federal townhouses. Then Commodore Vanderbilt clear-cut the park for a four-acre rail terminal.

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    TURNING SAG HARBOR IRON TO GOLD

    How interior designer Steven Gambrel transformed the 19th-century house of a master blacksmith.

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    Home Is Where the Art Is

    Fairfield Porter, the noted mid-20th-century realist painter and critic, lived and worked in an old sea captain’s house in Southampton, New York, for the last quarter century of his life. But if you suggested to him that the village might be important to his art, he was quick to demur. The attraction of Long Island’s East […]

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    TIME TABLES

    A century and a half of dining in and around New York’s storied railroad stations.