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Space of the Week: Home Alone
Design firm J+G overhauls a starter one-bedroom in Soho.
Space of the Week: Greetings From the 35th Floor
A spectacular roof garden grows in Battery Park.
Nest founder Joe Holtzman’s outsize take on a classic Palm Beach pad.
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First Look: Demolition Diary
A photographer’s tribute to the lost homes of architect Paul Rudolph.
Space of the Week: Seeing the Potential
A couple’s perfectly eclectic overhaul of a drab Murray Hill one-bedroom.
Space of the Week: A Day-cation in Maine
A whirlwind trip through the seaside town of Castine.
Space of the Week: Hell’s Kitchen Heats Up
Inside Gotham West, a new luxury high-rise—with a twist.
Space of the Week: All White Everything
Inside event designers Mary Krueger and Andres Saavedra’s Murray Hill studio.
Space of the Week: Family Business
Inside the verdant offices of McKissack & McKissack.
Space of the Week: Up in the Air
Marc Balet’s Soho hideaway.
Home, Sweet Home
Inside boutique owner Valerie Smith’s perfectly quaint East Hampton abode.
Space of the Week: Roses in Spanish Harlem
Artist Alida Morgan’s urban garden and heirloom-filled apartment.
Back to Basics
Restaurateur Andrew Tarlow and family are the newest inhabitants of a 150-year-old home in Fort Greene.
For this gut renovation in midtown, the butler’s sleeping loft was the first thing to go.
A see-through house in the Hamptons puts its location front and center.
Space of the Week: Watch What Happens
Sag Harbor’s once-abandoned watchcase factory gets a 21st-century upgrade.
Space of the Week: A Working Relationship
Inside painters Isca Greenfield-Sanders and Sebastian Blanck’s adjoining East Village studios.
Space of the Week: Neo-Gothic
The new High Line Hotel opens within Chelsea’s General Theological Seminary.
First Look: Scoping Out the Goods
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