Emeryville Condominiums For Sale

The ideal home is one in close proximity to all of the places you visit regularly, and your new home at The Emerson is in the heart of it all in Emeryville.  Additionally, each condominium for sale has stainless steel kitchen appliances, a washer and dryer, plus quartz countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. A communal rooftop deck offers stunning views of San Francisco Bay, plus a grilling area, fire pit, and even an outdoor television. What’s not to love? NOBE—the (North Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville) neighborhood surrounding your home—has a lot to offer, whether you’re in the mood for biking, paddleboarding, or perusing restaurant menus several nights a week. The San Francisco Bay Trail offers 500 miles of bike paths, easily accessible from your condo. Ride toward the bay and keep heading north for a scenic trek through all 8.5 miles of McLaughlin Eastshore State Park, taking in the view of shoreline, birds, and boats the entire time. Or, if you’re ready to spend a little time on the water, visit KGB Kiteboarding at Emeryville Marina for kiteboarding or stand-up paddleboard (SUP) lessons. Invite a few guests to dinner at Trader Vic’s or 44 Restaurant, Bar & Lounge. Trader Vic’s offers beautiful views of Emeryville Marina and the bay to go along with its global cuisine. Share a small plate of edamame ricotta ravioli or kung pao chicken wings; then sample from the menu’s many dinner options, such as Malayan beef or macadamia-coated mahi...

The ViewPointe Oceanside Residences

Excellent views? Check. Within walking distance of Oceanside Pier? Check. Your new home at The ViewPointe awaits. Enjoy your own private rooftop deck, complete with stunning views of the Pacific, nestled within the heart of San Diego’s North County region. Oceanside beckons outside your door. A brief walk takes you to Oceanside Museum of Art or the California Surf Museum. At OMA, take in the artistic interpretations of the ordinary as expressed by Marjorie Nodelman, the self-proclaimed “first punk artist” who helped create the San Diego art scene. Check out the history of both surfboards and skateboards at the California Surf Museum or gawk in awe at the tiger-shark bite marks left in surfer and inspirational speaker Bethany Hamilton’s surfboard, in an exhibit dedicated to her life-changing experience. Explore more of the blossoming art scene during the ever-changing First Friday Art Walk. Each month, different venues host artists, art showings, and live music in downtown Oceanside. Enjoy dinner at Masters Kitchen and Cocktail, housed in a 1930s-era garage that once served as a dragster repair shop. Sample from dishes such as duck confit macaroni and cheese or the acclaimed garlic kale that made it onto Zagat’s “10 Best San Diego Dishes” list of 2015. Dive into the craft beer scene at Bagby Beer Company, founded by award-winning brewer Jeff Bagby. Dubbed by San Diego Reader a “craft beer mecca,” the bar and brewery offers an impressive array of draught beers, including 15 to 20 ever-changing selections created in-house. Bagby offers plenty of pub fare as well, including burgers, baja fish tacos, and pork belly sliders. The outdoor garden areas...

Luxury Midtown Rentals 555Ten

Your favorite neighborhood is about to get even more interesting. The upcoming luxury Midtown Manhattan apartment building 555TEN is all about the amenities. Once complete, the 52-story building will have its own rooftop deck and pool, a yoga studio, children’s playroom, indoor bike storage, and a private club room for residents. A covered dog park offers the ideal scenario for canines and their families—an outdoor space for dogs that stays dry even during inclement weather. With a prime location—555 10th Avenue—your home is close to all the theatrical action on and off Broadway. Just a brief walk away, Playwrights Horizons offers six productions annually. Six works produced here have earned the Pulitzer Prize, so it’s no small wonder that The New York Times’ Charles Isherwood calls Playwrights Horizons “a mainstay of off-Broadway.” Take in a performance of Dan LeFranc’s Rancho Viejo—about a failing marriage that impacts the lives of the couple’s parents and community many miles away—or Adam Bock’s A Life—a show featuring David Hyde Pierce as a lonely man who turns to astrology for answers to his life’s toughest question. Steps away, Theatre Row offers The United Solo Theatre Festival—a months-long event that offers more than 100 theatrical performances, each featuring only one person on stage. This year’s series welcomes performers from eighteen countries spanning six continents. Take the entire family to Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row for the critically acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, a puppet-based adaptation of four children’s stories by Eric Carle. These are only a few of the theatrical options in the neighborhood, so you’ll never have to travel far to get your...

Manhattan View Midtown

Exotic. Rich. Refined. Three words that summarize the Manhattan View at MiMA experience. Manhattan View—a set of luxury condominiums for sale—is the bejeweled crown comprising the top 13 floors of the glass MiMA tower in Midtown Manhattan, towering 500 feet above West 42nd Street. Each unit offers floor-to-ceiling views of the city skyline and the Hudson River, which inspired lead interior designer Jamie Drake in his approach to outfitting each residence.   “With icons of the city sparkling and glittering outside every window, I wanted to bring that same excitement and elegance inside,” Drake told W42ST Magazine. “Each and every residence has its own uniquely stunning view and my design for the interiors celebrates that.”   Exciting and elegant, indeed. Spa-inspired bathrooms feature polished Carrara marble floors and Calacatta marble showers. The lacquer gloss of the kitchen cabinets captures the sparkle of the city outside while oak plank flooring throughout each unit adds a warm, inviting vibe for both residents and guests. “Smart home” automation allows you to control the evening’s playlist, the mood lighting, and room temperature from a touch of your phone for the ideal experience of effortless luxury.   While so many “icons of the city” shine through the windows, Manhattan View at MiMA is itself becoming iconic. “MiMA”—the name of the glass tower—is now a go-to moniker for Midtown Manhattan. And it is perfectly fitting, as MiMA is the centerpiece of both Midtown and Manhattan, near the nightlife, the dining destinations, and theatres that make Manhattan a magical place....

Fort Greene Rentals

Life in Fort Greene is about to become even more amazing. The Ashland, a new, full-service apartment building, grants you all the on-site amenities you desire in a Downtown Brooklyn rental, including a rooftop lounge, outdoor terraces complete with a movie-viewing area, a gym and fitness studio, bicycle and package storage, and a children’s playroom.   It gets even better: Gotham Market, opening this fall, is just steps away. The 16,000-square-foot market will be home to seven dining destinations, including Queens-import Mu Ramen, known for its noodles and Japanese snacks.   The neighborhood provides plenty of dining destinations beyond Gotham Market, too. Head over to Martha, recommended by the New York Post for its outdoor dining area, and try the summer soba noodle with cucumbers, basil, tofu, cabbage, carrots, and bean sprouts. Martha’s fried chicken is served with fermented black beans and pickled leeks, and its beef short-rib ragu comes with Korean rice cakes and kimchi.   Enjoy Mediterranean fare of all sorts at Olea Mediterranean Taverna. Olea’s eclectic weekend brunch menu offers dishes such as “green eggs and lamb”—the “green” is there thanks to cilantro mixed into the scrambled eggs. Other unusual brunch dishes include a Turkish breakfast with scrambled eggs, fattoush, eggplant salad, and herbed yogurt, or a savory French toast with parmesan cheese. Olea also serves tapas such as falafel-crusted artichoke hearts or fried green olives. For dinner, try a seafood squid-ink paella or orecchiette pasta with white beans, pine nuts, and veggies.   Spend a weekend night out at BAMcafé Live at the Peter Jay Sharp Building, soaking in the atmosphere and a few appetizers...

Enjoying Life on the Lower East Side

Imagine a luxury home in a pristine new building connected to three full blocks of retail space in the Lower East Side. This dream will soon be a reality with the completion of the one- to three-bedroom units at 242 Broome. With interiors, amenities, and lobby designed by DXA Studio, your new home offers all the modern comforts you desire and deserve, beautifully wrapped up in an ideal location.   Shopping options abound. Celebrate the loud, in-your-face attitude of rock music with a trip to nearby Grit N Glory, a boutique inspired by all things rock, which sells everything from pants to posters, pennants to pillows, and even has an in-house tattoo studio run by TV personality/tattoo artist Megan Massacre.   John Varvatos, a men’s clothing store housed in the former CBGB, takes its rock roots to another level. This shop spins and sells records, as well as Bluetooth speakers inspired by Marshall amplifiers. T-shirts and denim abound, but you’ll also find shoes, outerwear, and dress shirts. Stop in for a fashion show or a rock concert to witness acts such as Cheap Trick, Vintage Trouble, or the Struts.   Blue & Cream, a Hamptons export, sells designer clothing from brands like Helmut Lang, Rag and Bone, and Cotton Citizen, as well as their own private-label casual wear.   When you’re in the mood for a completely different type of experience, spend an afternoon with friends or family at Mission Escape Games, solving puzzles against the clock to complete your mysterious mission. Experience “The Hydeout,” a Victorian-themed mission inspired by The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,...

101 West 78th Street: Central Park Condos

Location makes a great home even greater. The new Upper West Side condos at 101 West 78th Street sit within steps of Central Park and the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), creating the perfect opportunity for residents to walk to some of their favorite nature-based destinations. AMNH’s exhibits offer a glimpse into the natural world as it is now and as it used to be. The Arthur Ross Hall of Meteorites shows off fantastic finds that traveled to Earth from outer space, and there’s even a scale replica of the Barringer Crater from Arizona, caused by an impact from a meteorite. Check out the cutaway views of meteorites to see how different they look on the inside. View some of the large complete specimens on display, such as the 4.5-billion-year-old Cape York meteorite. If you’re a fan of the avian world, you might be surprised at how much the Upper West Side has to offer: AMNH has several halls dedicated to all things fowl, while Central Park is home to some of the best birdwatching in the city. The museum’s Hall of New York City Birds shows off the myriad feathered fliers found around the city, offering the perfect way to refine your knowledge before you trek through the Ramble in Central Park, 36 acres of forest-like environment, where, according to NYC Audubon, up to 500 birders can be found on a warm spring...

Things to do in SoHo

One way to simplify your work/life balance is to have your home and all your favorite destinations within close proximity. The new luxury condominiums at 565 Broome epitomize this equilibrium, offering remarkable residences in SoHo just steps from all the places you know and love. Spend an afternoon satisfying your mind with a visit to indie bookstore McNally Jackson. Besides offering plenty of pages to peruse, this store hosts events nearly every night of the week. Take in a talk by a favorite author or artist, or round up the kids for a hands-on book and crafts event tailored just for them. McNally Jackson also has one of a handful of Espresso book-printing machines in the city, which allows you to design and create hard copies of public-domain works, customized classics, or self-published works within minutes. For a different kind of culture, watch a film you won’t find at the multiplexes at Film Forum. This nonprofit theater restores and screens countless current and classic independent and international films such as Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words or The King of Comedy, Martin Scorsese’s 1982 film featuring Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis....

Steiner East Village – 438 East 12th Street

A luxury home should provide the amenities you desire and deserve. Steiner East Village, at 438 East 12 Street, offers well-appointed condominiums and penthouses, each outfitted with the latest in high-end appliances, cabinets, and conveniences. Every detail, from the floors in the one-bedroom residence to the marble in the largest penthouse, has been meticulously planned. Instead of a cookie-cutter layout, Steiner East Village offers 41 different floor plans, creating the best possible design for each unit. Paris Forino and her design firm drew inspiration for the interiors from the illuminated beauty of natural light gracing the homes through the building’s oversized windows. This luminosity shows up in everything from the flooring choices to the finish on the custom Italian cabinets in the bathrooms and kitchens. White oak flooring adds a sense of visual warmth to each residence and complements just about any style or color of furniture. Radiant heat in the bathroom floor greets your feet on the chilliest of days, keeping them comfortable both before and after a shower or bath. The master bath welcomes you with the serene luxury of a soaking tub adorned with a Calacatta marble surround. Custom cabinetry, built to suit the room’s style and layout, provides ample storage for bath linens. The kitchen layouts are designed to offer the ideal use of space, whether you’re planning a meal for two or entertaining twelve. A Wolf electric wall oven and a drawer microwave take up zero floor space, allowing plenty of room for you and your guests. A kitchen island provides bar-style seating that proves handy for both breakfast on the go and a...

The Kent: NYC Luxury Condos

New York City’s Upper East Side neighborhood—soon to be the home of The Kent luxury condominiums rising at the corner of 95th Street and 3rd Avenue—is also home to one of Manhattan’s most inimitable dining establishments. Daniel, a New French restaurant located on East 65th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, is the elegant flagship of Chef Daniel Boulud, who owns celebrated outposts in several major cities in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and Asia. While some restaurants are praised for their interior design, others for impeccable service, and some for their menu selections, Daniel has it all. With the assistance of famed restaurant designer Adam Tihany, Boulud has combined atmosphere, design, and cuisine to create a seamless sensory experience for his guests. Start with a selection from the wine list or extensive cocktails menu and an appetizer featuring Maine lobster or caviar. While seafood is featured in the dinner offerings, so is Saint-Canut Farms Suckling Pig and Imperial Wagyu Beef Tenderloin. Dessert selections include artisanal cheeses as well as exotic fruits, decadent pastries, and inventive sorbets. Regardless of what you order at Daniel, you’re sure to be pleased—and very likely amazed—by the culinary creations of this world-renowned restaurant....