New York City is home to some of the most lavish examples of luxury apartment buildings anywhere in the world,
John Lennon was born on October 9th, 1940. As a tribute, here are eight spots in NYC that he’s associated with. Lennon moved to New York City on August 31st, 1971, following the breakup of The Beatles. “You know, I should have been born in New York, man,” he once said, and certainly made his mark here.
The Dakota. The Apthorp. The Barbizon. Where did these names come from? Here we take a look at 10 New York City buildings and the meaning behind their names.
We're offering a giveaway for 5 e-books of Life At the Dakota: New York’s Most Unusual Address by Steven Birmingham chronicling the notable apartment building
An excerpt of the e-book Life At the Dakota: New York's Most Unusual Address by Stephen Birmingham, the writer who passed away in November.
10 secrets we learned about the iconic Dakota Apartments on NYC's Upper West Side from The Dakota: A History of the World's Best-Known Apartment Building.
5 of Upper Manhattan's great apartments and hotels: The Ansonia, The Apthorp, The Belnord, The Dakota, Graham Court, built at the turn of the 20th century.
The ritzy Dakota at Central Park West was the first apartment building with amenities for wealthy New Yorkers. It remains an exclusive address in the city.