Manhattan’s Hudson Square neighborhood is getting a $27 million upgrade.
With funds from the New York City Economic Development Corp. and the City Council, plus matching funds from the Hudson Square Connection Business Improvement District, public spaces including sidewalks and outdoor venues will be refashioned to reflect the area’s current status as a hub for advertising, architectural,... » more
Long gone are the days when the James Farley Post Office on Eighth Avenue was the gatekeeper for processing most of the mail in the U.S.
Now, machinery rumbles far below its floors, constructing train tracks in the $267 million first phase of its transformation into the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Station, a glamorous extension of Penn Station.
Phase 1 is slated for completion in 2016. Meanwhile,... » more
Whether you like it or not, the cold is coming, and while you pack away your summer sandals and get out your warm jackets, you’ll likely realize that those seashells and bamboo floor mats might not be the right home décor for the new season.
We collected tips from two of our favorite interior designers on how to decorate and cozy up your home for the fall.
CREATE WARMTH From room to... » more
While the fall is usually a slower season for the New York City rental market, experts expect the next couple of months to be pretty competitive. With rents high and limited inventory available, a lot of New Yorkers are renewing their leases and staying put, they said.
What to know “The rental season this year, people have really found the prices to be extremely high,” said Gary Malin, president... » more
Karen Elizaga is the founder of Forward Options, an executive coaching company that helps people put their vocational visions into action.
Her clients include Fortune 500 firms such as the Internet company IAC, Liberty Media, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, and some of the nation’s leading law firms and investment banks.
Before founding her company, Elizaga, 42, started her career... » more