Madison Square Park is an anchor for the neighborhood known as NoMad, for North of Madison Square Park. A reflecting pool at the northern end of the park offers a gathering place for young families who have moved into the area recently, attracted by the central location, renovated historic buildings and new condominiums.
Living in Color – The New York Times
Interior paint is not just decorative — it can affect your quality of life.Roberta Freymann, who created the lifestyle brand Roberta Roller Rabbit, prefers bright paint colors for her […]
Living In … Battery Park City
The North Cove Marina, home to sailboats and yachts, is one of the livelier places in Battery Park City, the Lower Manhattan community built on a landfill. Some residents refer to it as […]
Living In … Morris Park
The area has welcomed waves of newcomers, but still looks much as it did when the boxer Jake LaMotta and the TV host Regis Philbin lived there.
Living In … Brooklyn Heights
With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.