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In the world of high-end homes, every aspect is significant, ranging from the architectural layout to the thoughtfully selected interiors. Among the myriad elements that contribute to the visual allure of these residences, wallpaper has become as a powerful and transformative tool. Much like wrapping paper enhances the beauty of a gift, wallpaper has the ability to breathe life into a room, making it a focal point and a conversation starter.
At the end of October 2023, the International Olympic Committee announced that squash would be one of five sports making its debut at the 2028 Summer Games in Los Angeles. This is a victory for advocates who have been lobbying to make this popular racquet sport take its place alongside tennis and badminton at this elite level.
As the New York City Marathon approaches on November 5th, the spotlight is on the evolving landscape of luxury living in the city. Modern developments are no longer just about opulent interiors and panoramic views; they're about holistic living.
Luxury residential developments are redefining family living by introducing unique and creatively designed children’s playrooms that offer much more than conventional play spaces. These captivating playrooms not only provide a family-friendly environment but also incorporate sophisticated design and vibrant aesthetics. As the new school year begins, these dedicated spaces are becoming ideal for after-school activities, homework sessions, and leisurely summer reading, all within the comforts of home.
In the world of luxury real estate, the concept of a home has evolved far beyond mere shelter. Today, it’s about crafting an experience that captures every facet of life, even for the youngest members of the family. As the back-to-school season kicks off, a new trend is taking shape – top-tier residential developments are reimagining children’s playrooms into spaces that combine family-friendliness with exquisite design and vibrant style. These spaces aren’t just for play; they’re for sparking creativity, encouraging learning, and fostering family togetherness.
In the ever-evolving world of luxury real estate, the concept of home has transcended beyond mere living spaces. Modern luxury properties are now seamlessly integrating the charm of outdoor living into their designs, and as homeowners seek to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor living, the concept of al fresco dining and outdoor culinary experiences has taken center stage.
From pristine interiors and state-of-the-art appliances to eco-friendly environments and top-level services, there are many reasons to purchase in a newly constructed building. By and large, newly constructed buildings are cleaner, greener, and more convenient as they have been built to serve the needs of contemporary New Yorkers. Still, buying in a newly constructed building can present unexpected challenges. This article examines six potential risks and challenges associated with buying in a newly constructed building.
In the ever-changing landscape of design trends, there is a special charm in creations that stand the test of time. Timeless design, with its blend of simplicity, sophistication, and functionality, continues to captivate and inspire. This article explores some of the most remarkable luxury condominiums in New York City that have been thoughtfully crafted with enduring elegance in mind. From the Upper West Side to the Upper East Side, these residences showcase the seamless integration of classic and modern elements, setting them apart as true gems of timeless architecture.
With school finally out, the summer break has arrived, and the kids are back home. Whether they have plans for camp, travel, or will be spending their days in the city, it is crucial to provide children with a designated space within the house where they can unwind, find solace, engage in leisurely activities such as reading, indulge their artistic side through painting or making music, or simply appreciate the urban landscape surrounding them.
On June 29, outdoor pools throughout New York City opened for the season. These pools are free and open to the public; but those who wish to partake in Roosevelt Island's Manhattan Park Pop-Up Pool Party, which Time Out New York calls "the city's most colorful pool," must pay for the privilege. Meanwhile, years after designs were revealed for + POOL, a water-filtering swimming pool planned for the East River, leadership is working on the next steps with the NYC Economic Development Corporation.
A go-to urban green space can serve as a peaceful retreat from New York City’s chaotic and busy streets. Let’s look at some of the top residential buildings in New York City situated within easy access to excellent public and private parks.
For many the number one driver in selecting a residence is the desire to reside within one of New York City’s most charming, upscale and historic neighborhoods. An extra bounty of exclusivity is conferred upon those New Yorkers who select residential buildings directly influenced by the city streets and structures around them.
Ever-inspired by the creative process, Danish-born, New York-based interior and architectural designer Thomas Juul-Hansen aims to design ageless spaces that flawlessly fuse form with function. FOUR sits down with the Harvard graduate to learn more about his passions, principles and latest projects ...
The trend of wood in interior design is no longer confined to floors or rustic log cabins; now, New York City buildings are embracing it to clad their walls and ceilings, introducing warmth and welcoming into common spaces. From lobbies to lounges, the quality of the material adds an elevated, cozy experience that celebrates nature and craftsmanship. Several NYC buildings exemplify this trend.
Wood has transcended its traditional role as a flooring material or a staple of log cabins. In the bustling streets of New York City, wood has become a prominent feature, adorning the walls and ceilings of numerous buildings. This trend not only infuses common spaces with warmth and a welcoming atmosphere but also elevates the overall experience for residents and visitors alike. Discover the allure of these custom woodwork-clad buildings that epitomize a cosy yet refined ambience, paying homage to the intrinsic quality of this natural material.
Wood is no longer just for floors or log cabins. Now, wood clads the walls and ceilings of many New York City buildings, a feature that helps to add a dose of warmth and welcome into any common space. Abode2 takes a look around some of the chicest examples of feature custom woodwork stretching up the walls and across the ceilings in lobbies and lounges from across the US.
As Manhattanites enthusiastically prepare for their summer weekend getaways, the demand for homes providing seamless and convenient access to popular destinations like the Hamptons, the Hudson Valley, and Connecticut is on the rise. Manhattan’s hottest condo developments, including The Astor, 96+Broadway, Tribeca Green, and One Manhattan Square, have emerged to cater to this growing trend, ensuring residents can effortlessly explore beyond the city limits.
Welcome to the world of exquisite living in New York City, where the urban landscape meets the natural beauty of the river and skyline.
In this bustling metropolis filled with high-rise buildings and captivating cityscapes, having a home that offers breathtaking views of open skies and serene surroundings is nothing short of a luxury.
As New York offers millions of residents an excitable lifestyle among the bustling cityscape, luxury condominiums are offering a springtime escape with residences near scenic parks. With new residential opportunities steps away from public parks, residents and their families can enjoy a seasonal picnic in the lush grass, climb playgrounds, or simply stroll along tree-lined paths.
Summer is around the corner, and what better way to enjoy it than with a refreshing swim in a 75-foot pool?
New York City boasts some of the most luxurious developments, and many of them offer incredible indoor lap pools that are 75 feet long, the standard size for college and high school swimming competitions.
Here are some of the top NYC condos with 75-foot pools that are perfect for both fitness enthusiasts and those who want to relax and unwind in the water.
Residents of some of New York City’s luxury developments will be able to beat the heat this summer and take a refreshing dip in a spacious pool. These 75-foot pools meet the standard size for college and high school swimming competitions and offer an ideal setting for fitness enthusiasts to get a full-body workout, as well as a serene atmosphere for those who want to unwind and destress in the water.
96+Broadway is a 23-story condominium containing 131 one- to five-bedroom residences and located at 250 West 96th Street. The building is distinguished by its Jura gray limestone façade, loft-like windows, and staggered terraces.
Construction is wrapping up on 96+Broadway, a 22-story residential building at 2551-2555 Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen with Stephen B. Jacobs Group as the architect of record and developed by Paragon JV Properties III, the 235-foot-tall structure yields 276,578 square feet and 130 condominium units with an average scope of 1,660 square feet, as well as 9,080 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Leeding Builders Group is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the corner of Broadway and West 96th Street.
Nothing is more reinvigorating than a healthy sweat in the sauna. Tension fades, muscles relax, and feeling revived we are ready for whatever the day may bring. Indeed, saunas and steam rooms unwind muscles and soothe aches and pains in both muscles and joints. Their heat reduces the levels of cortisol in our blood and stimulates the production of serotonin – our “happy hormone” that makes us feel excellent.
There is no time better than the cold months to take advantage of all the benefits saunas can offer. To eliminate any hassle of the experience, the residences below have saunas and steam rooms in their buildings. Homeowners don’t need a spa membership to enjoy these self-care tools.
NYC’s Upper West Side is seeing a surge in families flocking to the area as private school acceptance letters are being sent out. Parents all around the city are trading in their old neighborhoods for a place closer to their children’s new schools. The Astor, 96+Broadway, 212 West 72nd Street, and Charlotte of the Upper West Side are new family-friendly buildings in this coveted neighborhood that families can move into before the next school year. These luxury developments offer everything they need at home and at their doorstep, from spacious residences and dedicated children’s playrooms to museums and parks just moments away.
When preparing to stage an apartment for a listing or open house, it is common practice to paint walls a neutral color and give the place a deep clean. However, some new developments have gone several steps further and enlisted the help of acclaimed design firms. The following model units show homes with high-end furnishings, eye-catching art, and careful compositions that do not interfere with timeless views.
Despite murmurings that it was on its way out, the open kitchen layout has only gained traction in New York City apartments and townhouses of all eras, sizes, and price ranges. And as the heart—and hardest-working area—of the home, kitchens remain a top priority for renovations.
With private school acceptance letters being mailed out in the coming weeks, parents across the New York are scrambling to relocate to the Upper West Side to be closer to their children's new schools. Abode2 takes a look at some of the best new condo buildings in this coveted neighbourhood that you can move into before the next school year.
A double vanity consists of two sinks placed side by side. In most cases, each sink boasts its own cabinet or drawers for storage and even may have a separate mirror or one long mirror may extend above the sinks. This home design feature takes up a significant portion of the bathroom, but couples are likely to enjoy all the benefits the double vanity brings. With two sinks, they can have access to the bathroom at the same time and enjoy all the space they need to take care of business without getting in each other’s way.
Introducing Residence PHC, a gracious four bedroom, three and a half bath penthouse with three exposures, 11’ ceilings, media room, terrace and 1,292-square-foot private roof deck, complete with outdoor kitchen. This luxurious space faces south, east and west, offering panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River. An elegant entry gallery, with oversized coat closet, leads to the impressive living room which has floor-to-ceiling casement windows facing south, east and west, providing expansive city and river views and access to the west facing 240-square-foot terrace.
Originally from Denmark, architect Thomas Juul-Hansen has designed some of New York City’s inspiring luxury landmarks.
His signature approach to architecture and interior design can be seen throughout the city, including 96+Broadway, where he led the exterior and interior design. The new collection of 131 condos on the Upper West Side start at $1.3 million. Sutton Tower, the 848-foot limestone building with 121 units in Manhattan’s ritzy Sutton Place enclave, will commence sales this fall with prices expected to range from $2.5 million to more than $18 million. A One57 penthouse designed by Mr. Juul-Hansen on West 57th Street, or Billionaire’s Row, recently sold for $39.8 million.
Standing out is critical in a city where new buildings pop up at every turn, so it's no surprise that developers look for boldfaced names to attach to their projects. Inspired by the Upper West Side's historic architecture while he was designing the 23-story, 131-unit condo development 96+Broadway, Danish architect Thomas Juul-Hansen incorporated prewar-inspired fenestration and railings and clas the façade in limestone.
Sales have launched for 96+Broadway, a condominium building developed by JVP Management at 250 West 96th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, the 23-story tower brings a mix of 131 residences ranging from one- to five- bedroom layouts to the neighborhood. Pricing begins at $1.395 million for a one-bedroom unit. Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 96+Broadway.
Stirring the city image, buildings and the environment are indistinguishably linked. Modern architects and designers utilize their creativity to construct timeless designs that seamlessly blend in with a building’s respective neighborhoods – rather than erecting projects that do not fit within its existing surroundings. The architectural design of the luxury condominiums below is in line with NYC neighborhoods. These masterpieces feature recognizable limestone facades inspired by the Upper West Side and boast Dumbo’s prominent brick and concrete combo.
When NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen was commissioned for 96+Broadway, a new ground up residential building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the job was more personal than most: One of the developers lives in the neighborhood and plans to move into the new building. He was selected to create something inside and out that would be rooted in neighborhood tradition but distinctly modern.
The model residences have been unveiled for Thomas Juul-Hansen’s Upper West Side tower, 96+Broadway. Designed by Juul-Hansen himself, in collaboration with ASH Staging, the model residences highlight the development’s craftsmanship and natural materials, which merge classic design with a contemporary aesthetic.
Between Instagram posts, Pinterest boards, and design magazines, there would appear to be no shortage of sources of inspiration for home decor. Add real estate listings to the mix - a number of new developments have teamed up with top interior design talent to create one-of-a-kind model units that put the latest trends on display and show off the views and interiors of the apartments.
As summer shifts to fall, an amazing transformation begins. Witnessing leaves transform from green to red and yellow is something many across the country anticipate every year. While many head to rural environments for their annual autumn leaf peeping, cities provide skyscrapers with panoramic views of miles of surrounding fall foliage.
Almost three years after Covid waylaid the New York real estate industry, the city’s new development market is tiptoeing into unfamiliar territory: normalcy. The glut of luxury condos that saturated the Manhattan market long before the pandemic has largely been sold. Sale and rental prices have exceeded 2019 levels, with rents continuing to break records, according to market reports. And developers are once again moving forward with ambitious megaprojects.
MANHATTAN, NY Sales have launched at 96+Broadway, the Upper West Side luxury condominium building situated at 250 West 96th St., between Riverside Park and Central Park.
The craving for outdoor spaces and expansive views of nature continues to be a priority for homebuyers. The luxury condos are a marvel on their own, but the picturesque rooftops are surely the buildings’ crown jewel. From floor-to-ceiling windows that allow sunset views from the comfort of your living room, to rooftops and balconies where friends and family gather to watch the leaves change color, the seamless blending of beautiful design and architecture with extensive views is what adds to the excitement of the fall season.
Picturesque rooftops below represent exactly where you want to gather to kiss summer goodbye or kick off an epic weekend.
As construction winds down on 96+Broadway, Van Nguyen of JVP Development Group has announced his intention to move into the building upon completion.
Sales are underway at the new 23-story building at 250 West 96th Street between Riverside Park and Central Park on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The luxury condominium building, dubbed 96+Broadway, was crafted by Thomas Juul-Hansen, and its mix of 131 one- through five-bedroom residences embraces elements of European design via extra-wide European white oak flooring, kitchens with Italian-crafted oak cabinets and drawers, Juliet balconies, and arched terraces.
96+Broadway, a new luxury condominium building located on the prominent Upper West Side intersection, has launched sales this week. Developed by JVP Management, a private real estate development and investment firm, and designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, the 23-story building features a diverse mix of 131 skillfully-crafted residences ranging from one- to five bedroom layouts with pricing starting at $1.395 million for a one bedroom.
96+Broadway Opens Sales
JVP Management has just launched sales for 96+Broadway, a new 23-story luxury condo on the Upper West Side. Pricing for the building’s 131 residences, which range from one- to five-bedroom apartments, starts at $1.395 million. Situated between Riverside Park and Central Park, 96+Broadway comes by way of architect Thomas Juul-Hansen, who previously designed 505 West 19th Street in Chelsea, 210 West 77th Street on the Upper West Side, and 50 West Street in lower Manhattan. In a nod to the neighborhood’s storied Beaux Arts buildings, Juul-Hansen incorporated Jura gray limestone imported from German stonemaker Franken-Schotter, complemented by spacious windows and staggered terraces to create a dynamic grid pattern.
The developer of the 23-story 96+Broadway building said sales of the 131 condos have begun. JVP Management, a private real estate development and investment firm, said prices for the condos in the building — located at 250 W. 96th St., between Riverside Park and Central Park — begin at about $1.4 million for a 734-square-foot, one-bedroom unit and range to $5.6 million for a 2,200-square foot unit with a 129-square-foot outdoor deck.
Sales have launched at 96+Broadway, the much-anticipated Upper West Side luxury condominium building situated on 250 West 96th Street, between Riverside Park and Central Park. Developed by JVP Management, a private real estate development and investment firm, and designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, 96+Broadway delivers chic sophistication and timeless design— combined with a suite of premium amenities designed for modern living—to an iconic city intersection that is being redefined for generations of New Yorkers, both new and established. The 23-story building features a diverse mix of 131 skillfully-crafted residences ranging from one- to five-bedroom layouts with pricing starting at $1.395 million for a one bedroom.
Sales have launched at 96+Broadway, the much-anticipated Upper West Side luxury condominium building situated on 250 West 96th Street, between Riverside Park and Central Park. Developed by JVP Management, a private real estate development and investment firm, and designed by NYC-based Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, 96+Broadway delivers chic sophistication and timeless design—combined with a suite of premium amenities designed for modern living—to an iconic city intersection that is being redefined for generations of New Yorkers, both new and established.
Standing 23 stories tall, 96+Broadway launched sales for 131 lavish residences on Monday. Located at 250 West 96th Street in between Riverside Park and Central Park, the chic family friendly building offers one- to five-bedroom apartments that start at $1.3 million. It also houses three penthouses that range from 2,141 to 4,300 square feet. The largest one has already sold, naturally.
Nestled between Riverside Park and Central Park on the Upper West Side, 96+Broadway is a 23-storey condominium that will offer a total of 131 one to five-bedroom residences upon completion later this year. Model residences are expected to debut this summer in tandem with the sales launch.
Nestled at the intersection of 96th Street and Broadway is a new 23-story, ground-up development designed by renowned architect Thomas Juul-Hansen. Dubbed 96+Broadway, the limestone-clad building will provide 131 residences ranging from one to five bedrooms, with model residences expected to debut this summer to coincide with the sales launch.
96+Broadway is a new, ground-up Upper West condominium that has been rising for months and turning heads on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Developed by New York-based private real estate investment and development firm JVP Management, the new build is a natural addition to the tight-knit neighborhood, having been inspired by its dynamic surroundings and providing unique residences and amenities that elevate the day-to-day New Yorker lifestyle.
The above rendering has been released for 96+Broadway, a 23-story new development condo located at 2551-2555 Broadway on the corner of 96th Street. Once complete, the building will come with 131 apartments ranging from one-to-five bedrooms, as well as 9,080 square feet of ground-floor retail space, New York YIMBY reports.
New renderings have been revealed for 96+Broadway, a 23-story residential building at 2551-2555 Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen with Stephen B. Jacobs Group as the architect of record and developed by New York-based private real estate investment and development firm JVP Management, the 276,578-square-foot structure will yield 131 units in one- to five-bedroom layouts and 9,080 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
UPPER WEST SIDE, NY — The corner of West 96th Street and Broadway is one of the busiest intersections on the Upper West Side and for the past few years, it has been dominated by construction on the west side of the street.
Façade work is continuing on 2551-2555 Broadway, a 22-story residential building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen with Stephen B. Jacobs Group as the architect of record and developed by Paragon JV Properties III, the 276,578-squarefoot structure will yield 130 units averaging 1,660 square feet each as well as 9,080 square feet of ground-floor retail space.