Aside from the glitz and glamor, there’s no denying that living in New York City is a constant struggle between hailing cabs, MTA cards and spending money. Thanks to our friends over at The Dishh, these are the 15 hacks for making NYC living as amazing as it should be.
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Greystone Property Development sold a six-story West Village townhouse for $21 million, just two years after buying it for about half the price.
"I am Dr. Gable. Sold my apartment at 1155 Park Ave apt. 3N with the help and the assistance of my Real Estate broker Avi Malul from the Lion Team... "
Congratulations to AviMalul! The founder of The Lion Team NYC at Keller Williams Realty, who has been chosen to be one of the “Keller Williams New York City 2015 Agent Leadership Council “. We know you will rise to the occasion and spread the Keller Williams values and beliefs, and that you be a crucial addition to the Keller Williams ALC Board.
Every car collector dreams of uncovering an amazing barn filled with perfectly preserved classic cars.
And for two "motorcar specialists" from the auction house Artcurial Motorcars, that dream became a reality.
In rural western France, 60 collectors' automobiles were tucked away in makeshift, cast-iron cages and underneath outbuildings. They had been rotting away for at least 50 years.
New York may have some of the finest museums in the world, but not all of the city's best art is hidden behind a $20 entrance fee. Works by renowned artists and lesser-known locals line the walls and hang from the ceilings of galleries small and large, and visitors can often peruse them for no fee, often with a glass of wine in hand (if it's a Thursday or sometimes Friday). Here are a few of our favorite galleries around town; as always, leave yours in the comments.
There’s nothing worse than a rich person who’s chronically angry or unhappy. There’s really no excuse for it, yet I see this phenomenon every day. It results from an extremely unbalanced life, one with too much expectation and not enough appreciation for what’s there.
Without gratitude and appreciation for what you already have, you’ll never know true fulfillment. But how do you cultivate balance in life? What’s the point of achievement if your life has no balance?