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How Adhesive Strips and Hooks Will Organize Your Bathroom

How Adhesive Strips and Hooks Will Organize Your Bathroom

Friday July 13, 2018

It's incredible how Adhesive strips and hooks can help organize your whole bathroom. With little investment ($10) you can have endless benefits and usefulness around the house, and especially in the bathroom. This is one of the best ways to hang something up without damaging the walls which is especially useful for renters. Continue reading...

4th of July Firework 2018

4th of July Firework 2018

Friday June 29, 2018

This year's Independence Day is on Wednesday, celebrate our nations birthday with the Macy's 4th of July firework. There are plenty of fantastic views from Rooftops and NYC Parks. Continue reading...

Summer Concert at MoMA PS1

Summer Concert at MoMA PS1

Friday June 22, 2018

MoMA PS1 will host a series of summer concerts from June 30 till September 1. Called MoMA PS1 Warm Up series; will feature arrays of different music from Punk, techno, and R&B. Bringing unique local and artist around the world will have something for everyone to enjoy. Continue reading...

Kitchen Items You Are Storing The Wrong Way

Kitchen Items You Are Storing The Wrong Way

Friday June 15, 2018

Your kitchen is the workhorse of the home, and the items you store in it — serving pieces, utensils, and all that cookware — are among the toughest things in the whole place because they have to stand up to daily use. Continue reading...

Creative Ways to Decorate with Books

Creative Ways to Decorate with Books

Wednesday May 23, 2018

Despite living in the age of e-readers, books are still a large part of life for many of us, even though figuring out where and how to store a growing collection can get surprisingly complicated. Continue reading...

Welcoming Trader Joe's to UWS

Welcoming Trader Joe's to UWS

Thursday May 3, 2018

Fantastic news to share with our residents on the Upper West Side, Trader Joe's will be opening a new location Friday, May 4th at 8 AM. Continue reading...

The Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival

The Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival

Thursday April 26, 2018

Sakura Matsuri (also known as New York’s Cherry Blossom Festival), is one of the city’s prettiest spring festivals highlighting the best of Japanese culture. At the Cherry Blossom Festival, NYC-folk and tourists enjoy a bunch of activities while being surrounded by gorgeous, pink-petal trees at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Continue reading...

Feel the HEAT with NYC Hot Sauce Expo

Feel the HEAT with NYC Hot Sauce Expo

Wednesday April 18, 2018

NYC hot sauce expo is around the corner. Admission starts at $10. Come and experience different hot sauce around the country and the world! Continue reading...

UWS Is About to Get New Restaurants

UWS Is About to Get New Restaurants

Friday April 6, 2018

The Upper West Side dining scene is about to see a lot of fresh eating, with new restaurants from a Dovetail alum and the Maison Pickle team planned for later this year. Continue reading...

Peloton Bike Coming to Independence Plaza

Peloton Bike Coming to Independence Plaza

Wednesday March 28, 2018

It's Finally here. We are pleased to announce an exciting new addition to our amenity floor. Opening tomorrow at 40 Harrison Street. Continue reading...

How to Cope with Little or No Bedroom Storage

How to Cope with Little or No Bedroom Storage

Monday March 26, 2018

If your bedroom storage situation is such that you laugh-cry every time a person on "House Hunters" (or any given home show) sashays through a walk-in closet and then pouts, "This just isn't enough closet space," then grab a cup (okay, more like a big pot) of tea and settle in. I've rounded up 13 of our best articles filled with DIY ideas, pro tips, lovely photographs, and smart solutions for those of us who can't get even shimmy—never mind sashay—in our own bedroom closets. Continue reading...

The Element that Always Makes the Room

The Element that Always Makes the Room

Friday March 9, 2018

If you're looking to make a really big statement, to make a dramatic, unforgettable space with one single element, allow me to let you in on a little (well, actually quite large) secret: wallpaper murals. Continue reading...

10 Frame Art Ideas

10 Frame Art Ideas

Tuesday February 20, 2018

Creating gallery walls or clustering posters together always packs a punch, but what if you're tired of doing the same-old, same-old? Lucky for you, there are so many fun and unexpected things that you can frame that fall outside of vacation pictures and colorful prints. From vintage stamps to your grandmother's secret apple pie recipe, read ahead to see what you can stick behind a frame. Continue reading...

9 Ways Curtain Rods Can Solve Your Life's Problems

9 Ways Curtain Rods Can Solve Your Life's Problems

Friday February 9, 2018

Curtain rods are more useful than one would think. Their primary function is apparent — cover windows to block light and gain privacy — but there are other reasons to install them, some of which you might not have thought of. Here are nine problems that a basic rod can help you solve around the house. Continue reading...

5 Ways to Regain Counter Space in a Small Kitchen

5 Ways to Regain Counter Space in a Small Kitchen

Thursday December 28, 2017

When you have minimal counter space to prep, work, and cook on, every square inch is precious. Take it from a New Yorker who once prepped a Thanksgiving turkey on the kitchen floor, while chopping mirepoix in the sink and stacking hot bakeware, mixing bowls, and several pounds of potatoes on one square foot of Formica. Continue reading...

New York Botanical Garden

New York Botanical Garden

Friday December 8, 2017

The New York Botanical Garden is revered as one of Gotham’s greatest cultural institutions, and for a good reason: Where else can you find 250 spectacularly green acres filled with over one million tropical, temperate and desert flora within a mere walking distance of a major metropolitan subway stop? Continue reading...

Space-Saving Alternatives to a Real Christmas Tree

Space-Saving Alternatives to a Real Christmas Tree

Wednesday November 29, 2017

We don't all have the luxury of housing an eight-foot Christmas fir in our homes, and even if you do have room, you may not want to deal with the hassle. Regardless, there are so many options out there that won't leave you feeling cramped in your small space. Continue reading...

Macy's Pre-Thanksgiving Day Ritual

Macy's Pre-Thanksgiving Day Ritual

Wednesday November 22, 2017

This pre–Turkey Day ritual, held near the American Museum of Natural History, has become almost as crowded as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Continue reading...

Follow These Tips for Efficient & Elegant Pantry Organization

Follow These Tips for Efficient & Elegant Pantry Organization

Wednesday November 8, 2017

The pantry is the bloodline of the kitchen. Without all its utensils and staples, you’d have a hard time making dinner every day. While considering the number of times you use your pantry while cooking, entertaining or even putting groceries away, it’s easy to recognize that this space can have a significant effect on your home. Continue reading...

7 Clever Organizing Ideas to Turn Your Linen Close into a Work of Art

7 Clever Organizing Ideas to Turn Your Linen Close into a Work of Art

Tuesday October 31, 2017

Few things are more satisfying to look at than a well-organized linen closet, but creating your own at home can be a whole other story. On top of finding the room to store all of your towels, washcloths, pillowcases, and spare bed sheets organizing a cramped and cluttered storage space is hardly ever an easy—or affordable—feat. Continue reading...

 
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