NYC memories: Growing up in the East Village in the 1950s
Guest writer Billie Frank spent her childhood in the East Village and shares her memories of this trendy New York City neighborhood.
Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village: Oval Amenities | CetraRuddy | Archinect
Located in Peter Cooper Village/Stuyvesant Town, CetraRuddy created four unique indoor/outdoor amenity spaces: OvalFilm, OvalLounge, OvalStudy and OvalKids. The four crystalline glass enclosures were designed as educational and recreational amenity spaces that would create a new town center for...
The 25 Most Incredible Photographs Of New York City
A beautiful look at New York, the city that never sleeps -- enjoy the twenty-five most incredible photographs of New York City.
Gramercy Park NYC small print | Etsy
This is a print by matte stephens.It is a print of an original gouache painting.Prints are all printed on Hahnemuhle photo rag 308gsm matte paper.They are printed with an Epson 3800 printer. It has a border. the size is 8.5x11 inches Each print is titled, signed and shipped in a protective sleeve and shipped priority mail.Thanks for looking
Extensive collection of rare and old pictures of New York. Collected over a lifetime by H.A. Dunne. Historic New York City and Vintage New York Photos.
In just over three years, real estate giant Tishman Speyer and its partner, BlackRock, lost billions of investors’ dollars on a single deal. The New York Times reporter who first broke the story of the sale of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village takes readers inside the most spectacular failure in real estate history, using this single deal as a lens to see how and why the real estate crisis happened.
Stuy Town Sale | Stuyvesant Town Sale
CW Capital Asset Management is preparing to sell Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village. The loan servicer, which controls Stuyvesant Town on behalf of bondholders, has tapped Eastdil Secured’s Doug Harmon to advise them on the sale of the 80-acre property. Five years after Tishman Speyer and BlackRock defaulted on the property during the financial crisis, the property could see even more than the record $5.4 billion it last sold for in 2006. Eastdil Secured estimates that