Right angle Step out of the elevator and into this perfectly proportioned loft, where geometric rugs and angular artwork abound. You'll enter first into the kitchen with its upholstered banquette and marble-topped breakfast bar.
Freshen up Contemporary furniture and soaring skylights make Crosby Loft II feel fresh. Enter into a hallway with the bathroom on your right, followed by the second and third bedrooms – both of which have queen-size beds and skylights.
Freshen up Every cushion, end table and ornament is carefully curated in East 92nd Townhouse II, an exquisite home with style and poise. Turn left at the front door to find the kitchen, which has a chic, industrial feel.
Cool and collected Ellis Place's gallery-bright walls and pared down decor are an exercise in understated elegance. In the open-plan living space, a colourful triptych hangs above the low sofa beside floor-to-ceiling windows.
Totally mellow Elmwood Place II is easygoing – and easy on the eye too. Entering into a hallway, you’ll first come to the master bedroom, which has wooden flooring, and is simply decorated in grey and white.
All together Worn leather chairs, a golden-antlered deer bust and houseplants placed thoughtfully around the room – after you climb the stairs to this home’s front door, you’ll glimpse your host's Vermont roots.
An artful affair At the entrance of this three-storey home, through an open archway, you’ll find a distinguished sitting room where rows of books and leather armchairs hint at your art-collecting hosts’ other intellectual pursuits.
An urban oasis Like Chinatown below, Hester Place is full of flair. Turn left at the entrance to find the open living area. In one corner, there’s an inviting L-shaped sofa, surrounded (at a safe distance) by a collection of cacti.
Calm and cool Hoffman Place is right in the heart of the action, amid Chelsea’s upscale art galleries and sophisticated brunch spots. Inside, a simple palette gives the home a calm feel, but the contemporary furniture keeps it looking cool.
Well-read At the southernmost point of Manhattan, Battery Park City is a riverside playground of parks, scenic views and impeccable restaurants. Inside Hudson Place II, the possibilities are just as plentiful.
Quiet style Lexington Place III mixes mid-century charm and understated style. The elevator opens directly into the living area, where you'll see the kitchen straight ahead, with wooden cabinetry and a marble-topped breakfast bar.
Pure style Entering into the open-plan living area, it’s plain to see that Moore Park keeps it natural, with gorgeously polished wooden cabinets in the kitchen and an open living space lined with exposed brick walls and a large jute rug.
Artistic flair Everything in Noho Loft – from the oversized photography in the office to the teetering towers of books in the master bedroom – is executed with panache. Start in the master bedroom, which is just to the left of the elevator.
American dream The wide floorboards and hearty wooden furniture of Pacific Terrace are evocative of classic Americana, but a contemporary fireplace and industrially-inspired kitchen table provide a modern flourish.
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