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Marilyn Hoffman: How She Defines Luxury Real...
By Patricia Canole
If you say it enough times, a word will start to lose its luster. And in real estate, where the words draw buyers to a particular property, using it correctly is very crucial. So when the majority of homes are marketed as luxury, the definition of the word starts to melt away. Today, the term luxury has been used to describe everything from...
Through The Lens
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By Bailey Beckett
Silicon Valley has long been the breeding ground for new tech, especially apps, but New York is increasingly seen as an essential laboratory to test new platforms. From Glam Squad, which connects users to beauty treatments...
Tech Talk: New & Noteworthy Phones
By Will Red
On the technology calendar, Fall is punctuated by the annual iPhone product announcements from Apple which in turn kick-starts the industry push into the holiday season. If your cell phone is out of date, or up for contract renewal, here are some new products to consider...
Fall Foliage Getaways
By Patricia Canole
Fall Foliage is here! And one of the best ways to take in Mother Nature’s spectacular show. This year, why not hit the road to include your specific interests? Whether you’re a foodie or a thrill-seeker, a museum lover or looking for a family-friendly getaway...
Red Bank, NJ: A Riverside Town With Spirit
By Jeff & Stephanie Sylva
Red Bank is often referred to as The Gateway to the Jersey Shore. But when most shore towns lose the summer crowds and excitement, retreating into their sleepy winter modes, Red Bank keeps its buzz. The town’s spirit and charm beckon visitors throughout the year...
Washington, D.C.: A Weekend Family Getaway
By Stacey Zable
For families with children just starting to understand our history to teens who are more vested in the democratic process, Washington, D.C. offers attractions that keep any age interested. These two hotels set the stage as ideal spots to come home to after a day of exploring...
Music City U.S.A.: Fun Times In Nashville
By Jenny Peters
They call Nashville “Music City” for good reason, as this vibrant Southern town jumps all day and night. And while visitors to this Tennessee capital city might think that it’s all about country music here, one trip will both cement that notion on the one hand, and...
Hail To The Queen: Crossing The Pond In Style
By Ruth J. Katz
A trip to your local supermarket might include a gallon of milk and a five-pound bag of flour. However, if you’re the executive chef of the Cunard Line’s regal Queen Mary 2 ocean liner, then your shopping list (for a seven-day transatlantic crossing) might include...
Graycliff: The Caribbean’s Best-Kept Secret
By Clint Brownfield
It may be hard to believe that a hotel like Graycliff can still be found in the Bahamas today. Not only for its luxurious accommodations and award-winning restaurant, but the delightful experiences as well. A far cry from those nearby mega-hotels and all-inclusiv...
107 East 61St Street
By Patricia Canole
Townhouses occupy a unique place in the New York City psyche, as one of the city’s most prototypical signposts—like yellow cabs and fast walkers—and undoubtedly stir an aching desire to own. Thousands of these structures can be found in...
By Tami Weitkunat
One of the most lavishly appointed mansions in South Florida will soon be available to the highest bidder through a luxury auction. The more than 17,000 square-foot, 27-room mansion, lovingly called ‘Bella Fortuna’...
Around Town - Upper East Side
By TJ Johnson
Bang for your buck—words you wouldn’t think when describing the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Considering a move to the Upper East Side? You’ll definitely be in good company....
Spotlight - Don Peebles
By TJ Johnson
e’s a self-made real estate mogul who has built an empire. Yes, for Don Peebles, it’s been a long and winding road to success...
Making The Most Of Small Living Space
By Ben Paciello, General Manager of BoConcept Madison Avenue
Living in one of the highest priced real estate markets in the country, many New Yorkers are used to living with less. It’s impossible to forget the first time you tried moving your suburban couch up five flights of stairs. Or the first time you tried to fit four season’s worth of clothing into a closet that’s...
The Gadget Guy: Smart Security For Your Home
By Mark Pelligren
Making sure your home is safe—and smart—is usually at the top of the list for both new renters and long-term dwellers. And while crime statistics may be down, it’s good to know you can always keep an eye on your apartment, pets, and possessions...
Starting Your Own Business
By Eric Czepyha, BNY Mellon Wealth Management
Starting a business can be an exhilarating experience. However, it’s easy to get stuck in the stress of trying to manage a business and your finances. Here, six ways to get started...
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