Modern Luxury Living in a Piece of Architectural History


If you’re looking for a luxury condominium in Manhattan, you will find a wealth of options (and we’ve explored quite a few of them). Incredible structures, like Zaha Hadid’s futuristic luxury condo near the High Line, are the first forays into new architectural forms, while other newly constructed developments take care to blend with, and […]

The Adeline: Luxury Condo Jazzes Up 116th Street


For many people, thinking of Harlem conjures up ideas of jazz, vibrant culture, and a classic New York architecture. Therefore, when developing a new luxury residential project in Harlem, the challenge is to create something new and exciting without sticking out like a sore thumb. The Adeline, a development containing 83 luxury condominiums at 23 […]

On the Waterfront in New Jersey: Little Silver and Rumson


525 Little Silver Point Road Little Silver, NJ $1,975,000 Shrewsbury Office Complete Listing Here Fully renovated Historic Waterfront Colonial (c.1903) boasts  panoramic views of the Shrewsbury River and 50’ dock.  5 bedrooms, including three master suites, 4.5 baths. The lure of waterfront living has beckoned since time immemorial, but gone are the days when only […]

Passive/Aggressive Environments


Regan Young England Butera : RYEBREAD Regan Young, a principal architect at the Mount Holly, NJ architectural firm known as Regan Young England Butera (or RYEBREAD), not only talks the talk about creating active living and workspaces, but he also walks the walk – literally – from his home to his office, which are housed […]

Secluded Estate Brings Nature Inside [PHOTOS]


Expansive walls of glass often are used to create the illusion of bringing nature into the home, and the rear facade of this house is no different. Double-paned windows let in light and views, while protecting form the elements outside. Yet the three-level atrium of the house at 80 Hidden Valley Road takes this relationship […]

ASPIRE at the Fine Home Source Show Hosted by Crisp Architects


For the last 7 years in Millbrook, NY, architect Jimmy Crisp has hosted the “Fine Homes Source Show“- an opportunity for local artisans and home suppliers to showcase their skills and offerings to people gathering goods and inspirations for their home projects. The show has vendors from all fields- woodworkers, metal sculpture artists, landscape firms, painters, […]

For Sale: Sun-Drenched Row House in Historic Capitol Hill


The iconic Capitol Hill neighborhood in Washington, DC (not to be confused with the metonymic name of the US Congress),  is the largest historic residential area in the city, and holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Although this elegant home at 504 East Capitol St. NE was built in 1995, it blends well […]

ASPIRE’S Desire’s: Garden Glory


There is a yawning chasm between the idea of wanting a garden, and actually creating one. The finished project can be colorful and glamorous, but the process to achieve this end is definitely not. Dull, drab, and dirty tools don’t inspire one to create the way that other artistic tools do. And the worst part […]

Adirondack Real Estate Highlighted by Aerial Photography


It can be hard to explain why the Adirondack Mountains are so extraordinary, especially to someone who has never been there. You can spew out the facts: The 6.1 million acre Adirondack Park is not usually at the top of everyone’s list when they consider the important national parks in America, but in fact it […]

Prospect St. Mansion: Part of Providence’s Literary History


“A taxicab whirled him through Post Office Square with its glimpse of the river, the old Market House, and the head of the bay, and up the steep curved slope of Waterman Street to Prospect, where the vast gleaming dome and sunset-flushed Ionic columns of the Christian Science Church beckoned northward. Then eight squares past […]