Tag Archives: New York City

5 Great Cities for Green Apartment Living

Best cities for green living…NYC?…who knew?

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New York City Apartments – Architecture and Entrances

New York City Apartments… We all know the architecture around and about New York City is fascinating.  I went on a search for some interesting entrances that anyone may come across when stepping out of their New York City apartments. These special little places caught my eye.  Above the Chelsea International Hostel, a haven for student travelers. Image from About.com/student travel.

Another unique place: Hells Kitchen boarding house on West 51st Street.

Beautifully photographed classic Brownstone entrance. via A Day Not Wasted.

New York City apartments and buildings, unique and wondrous living. Image via Box of Ashes at deviantART.

This on is called Her Soul For a Brownstone, by Project Blancoyd at deviantART, another cool entrance to New York City apartments.

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New York NY Apartments – White Interiors

Today’s feature is some breathtaking contemporary white interior design in New York NY apartments. I love this modern loft with a unique furniture style mix.

This chic interior in this New York NY apartment is mostly white, with unique grey and gold accents. The grey wallpaper design is featured throughout this apartment, with a lovely view over Park Avenue.

I love the simplicity and sharp black design contrasts in this small white bedroom in a New York NY apartment. Via Queen Decorate

This luxury New York NY apartment has a clear minimalist statement. Simple and fresh decor options. Via IranDesigns

Feel comfortable and quiet in this fresh white minimalist kitchen in a cute New York NY apartment.

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Frank Sinatra Slept Here

I’m always searching for an interesting celebrity (alive or dead it seems) apartment for an article, and couldn’t resist presenting this find…The fascinating old penthouse on East 72nd Street in New York, formerly owned by Old Blue Eyes himself!  photo credits: Evan Sung for The New York Times

The apartment is being sold by Denton Cox, Sinatra’s former doctor. It was kept pretty much like Sinatra designed it, as you can see in the 60s style kitchen. It was being renovated by the owner, but was never finished.

The closet with original wall paper…still looks pretty good.

Looks like the entrance…

A 2000 square foot terrace on two levels  with a conservatory graces this penthouse. Needs a lot of work. I couldn’t find a price. Curious.

Article via: The New York Times

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