Incredible…the price and square footage…decor not so much…
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It’s the most expensive Co-op apartment ever in NYC. But whoever has this much cash available, or gets his bank to join in, will not regret it. A whooping 12000 square feet (which is about 1200 m2) and so many terraces that one was converted in an outdoor ice skating rink for a party once. The owner, Grammy Nominated songwriter Denise Rich (what’s in a name), is selling it as she suffers from empty nest syndrome. I wonder, with a house this big, if you even notice if your housemates are home or out…..
The apartment comprises two floors with a total of 19 rooms, amazing views of the whole of Central Park a professional recording studio, gym and billiard room and several kitchens and full bathrooms.
At $5.400 per square foot, it’s actually quite a lot ‘cheaper than the record condo — not co-op — price of $13,000 per square…
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Today’s feature is some breathtaking contemporary white interior design in New York NY apartments. I love this modern loft with a unique furniture style mix.
This chic interior in this New York NY apartment is mostly white, with unique grey and gold accents. The grey wallpaper design is featured throughout this apartment, with a lovely view over Park Avenue.
I love the simplicity and sharp black design contrasts in this small white bedroom in a New York NY apartment. Via Queen Decorate
This luxury New York NY apartment has a clear minimalist statement. Simple and fresh decor options. Via IranDesigns
Feel comfortable and quiet in this fresh white minimalist kitchen in a cute New York NY apartment.
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Quite an eclectic mix of style and antique wonders bleeds to the artistic in Liza Sherman’s apartment in Manhattan. The legendary antiques dealer is sharp, confident woman, possessing a quirkiness of a woman half her age. Her living space features an Italian daybed with burlap upholstery, a 1950s Hollywood style light, and a train rail cart as a cocktail table.
Photos: Simon Upton for Elle Decor.
Lisa Sherman in her antique shop in New York. Quote: “If I have to explain it, you’ve lost me.” Online shop here
Her study features a French banner, a floating chair!, a 1940s French floor lamp and a vintage 1950s metal spring chair. Eclecticism at its finest. Of decor style Sherman says, “I don’t decorate. I see objects and furniture as shapes, lines, and forms,” and that, “Perfect surfaces don’t interest me.”
Sherman’s master bedroom displays a portrait by Liam Ritt, the fireplace mantle serves as a headboard for the bed, a dresser from India along with framed 1920s bathing suits.
For more on this talented woman see the Elle Decor article.
Designers Solveig Fernlund and Neil Logan’s Chinatown, NY loft is a statement of simplicity with its openness and fresh minimalist decor. I notice the shoes at the door (a practice we all should incorporate) keeps this stylish apartment clean and welcoming.
Love the open shelf kitchen where dishes offer up great decoration, and the closet door looks like a chalk board. The whole artsy feel is lovely. Check out more pictures and this article at Loft Life.
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