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Amazing New York City photos. Amazing stories. Amazing places to visit.
Amazing New York City photos. Amazing stories. Amazing places to visit.

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On INHABIT: When it comes to color, the line between bold—and distracting—is often in the eye of the beholder. Color forecaster, Doty Horn shares her tips on choosing color.

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Realogy named one of #WorldsMostEthicalCompanies for 6th year in a row by Ethisphere. Honored to be a part of this team!
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This is the most expensive rental apartment in New York City.

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While Clive Davis' annual Grammy party in Los Angeles is one of the most glamorous affairs of the year, his New York City home is just as over-the-top. Take a look inside with Architectural Digest.

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Wondering what the most expensive rental in New York City looks like? Take a peek inside 795 Fifth Avenue. Apt. #39. This exclusive property offers the rare opportunity to rent an entire floor at The Pierre Hotel and live in complete luxury, tranquility, and privacy.

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On INHABIT: Go home with interior designer, Sara McCann of McCann Design and Hive Palm Beach. “We can sit and use any room in the house. We have natural linens with great prints that are forgiving. Nothing is overly fussy or fragile.”

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Meg Ryan's fabulous Soho loft (formerly owned by Hank Azaria) is now on the market! The “When Harry Met Sally” actress extensively renovated the space that was originally built in the 1880's. Take a look inside.

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On INHABIT: Italian design studio act_romegialli reveals how a freestanding shed or garage can be transformed into a lush garden retreat.

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Grey Gardens, the East Hampton home that inspired a documentary, an HBO movie and a Broadway musical, is going on the market for the first time in decades with an asking price of $19.995 million.

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Views of the East River and Manhattan skyline are wrapped in exposed brick and graced by industrial details such as poured concrete floors and lofty 18’ ceiling heights. Welcome to Loft 6J in Williamsburg’s famed factory conversion, The Esquire Building. Agents: Maurice Singer and Cory Kantin
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