Inside the Upper East Side luxury condos for sale at 180 East 88th, one will find every hallmark of masterful craftsmanship and design. From plaster cove detailing and herringbone floors, to custom picture rails, it all comes together to create a space that feels polished and refined. Experiencing such architectural splendor, it

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Haute Residence
By: Matthew Speiser

With the start of the 2018 World Cup, developers are giving residents of every age the opportunity to perfect their game without leaving the comfort of their home. Here are some of the hottest luxury developments for the soccer star in all of us.

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Children's Museum of the Arts

CMA is pleased to announce Scale: Possibilities of Perspective, an exhibition that explores the notion of scale and its ability to alter our impressions of the universe and our existence inside it. The concept of scale is explored from multiple perspectives, drawing visitors in as they become mindful of the layered beauty, content and techniques of each piece.

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Broadway World

The one and only, incomparable Broadway legend, Chita Rivera, will perform her acclaimed solo concert event at the 92nd Street Y. The two-time Tony Award winner will recreate signature moments from her legendary career including numbers from West Side Story; Sweet Charity; Chicago; Kiss of the Spider Woman; Bye, Bye, Birdie, The Rink and The Visit.

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By: Michelle Colman

DDG has a very strong history of blending architecture and art and has formed many unique partnerships with artists over the years. DDG has also found that many buyers at their developments value and collect art, and so they

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With world-class museums, upscale restaurants, and famous boutiques, the Upper East Side evokes an old-school opulence with a modern flair. But the neighborhood isn

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The holidays are almost here, bringing with them a joyful whirlwind of get-togethers, from family dinners and cocktail parties to snowy excursions with friends. Although this time of year is full of cheer, the holiday season can also present a fair share of stress. With endless waves of shopping, traveling and planning, we certainly earn our holiday spirit.

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New York Times
By: Hannah Goldfield

Rachel and Nick Cope, the 30-something couple behind Calico Wallpaper, had wanted to make textile versions of their mural-style wallpapers since they founded their company in 2013. Now, fans of Calico can finally decorate their pillows and windows in Rachel

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By: Anna Sansom

In the Palais de Tokyo’s ‘Dioramas’ exhibition is a dystopian scene of animals pecking at trash in the early hours, out of sight of human beings. Created from graffiti, posters, trash and taxidermied animals, the specially-commissioned piece is a ‘mobile diorama’ housed in crates on wheels featuring work by Richard Barnes.

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Real Estate Weekly

Sales veteran Dan Tubb has been tapped to lead the Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
(CSMG) team heading up sales for DDG

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New York Times
By: Julie Lasky

NYCxDesign, the citywide celebration of design, fashion, architecture and art, officially runs from May 3 to 24. But throughout the month, galleries, showrooms, museums and trade fairs will host exhibitions, tours and conversations. Here are some standouts.

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Country Living
By: Taysha Murtaugh

Eyesore no more! In recent years, kitchen range hoods have evolved from grimy eyesores to works of art. And why shouldn’t an appliance of such large size also make a big (stylish) statement? Today, kitchen vent hoods are available in all shapes, sizes, and materials (hello, copper!) that can either draw the eye or blend right in with the surroundings.

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Wallpaper Magazine

All eyes of the design world are trained firmly on Milan ahead of Salone del Mobile. From furniture and product launches in the overflowing Rho fairground, to alluring exhibitions and installations, thrilling pop-ups and parties, Wallpaper* is hitting the city

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Manhattan Magazine
By: Shira Levine

Drybar and a plethora of other retail spaces have recently moved into the traditionally residential-exclusive neighborhood. The reason? What may be Manhattan

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Scent can control your emotions and influence your behavior, without showing you anything, without touching you, and without saying a single word to you. This power is something most people don

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By: Emma Tucker

New York designer Lindsey Adelman has created a collection of lamps that appear to be
made from melting glass.

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New York Times
By: Tim McKeough

The credenza, also known as a sideboard or buffet, was once used primarily for serving food. Today, it has become a multifunctional storage piece uniquely suited to the contemporary living room

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New York Times
By: Tim KcKeough

The original M. Crow is a general store in the tiny town of Lostine (estimated population: 209) in northeastern Oregon; it is down the road from Mr. Hays

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To an extent rarely seen, the Upper East Side condos at 180 East 88th Street effectively pay homage to Old World artisanship while providing every modern amenity.

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Sarah Bedford

Sarah Bedford is a New York artist whose work includes paintings, sculptures and ceramics. Born and raised in Roundup Montana, she received a BFA from the Cooper Union and attended the Skowhegan Residency Program. She lives and works in Brooklyn New York.

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180 East 88th may be the most distinctive luxury building yet to arrive on the Upper East Side, one carefully designed to reflect and preserve the proud architectural heritage of its surrounding neighborhood. While paying homage to the area

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NY Eater

Here are some of our favorite eating establishments in the sprawling Upper East Side neighborhood, which runs from 59th Street up to 100th Street, and between Central Park and the East River. Don

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