OHNY and Curbed teamed up to bring you access to 10 must-see residences
Open House New York will return on October 15 and 16, bringing to view over 250 of the city’s most inaccessible and downright cool sites and interiors. Curbed has once again teamed up with OHNY to curate a selection of residences that celebrate Curbed’s mantra, “love where you live.” The ten residences that comprise the curated Curbed collection range from an apartment in 70 Pine, an Art Deco landmarked reinvigorated as rentals, to an apartment in classic Upper West Side condo The Apthorp. Read on for a peek behind the doors Curbed Curates will open.
The Charles by Ismael Leyva Architects, pictured above
Not everyone gets to live sky-high, and for those who are curious about just what that looks like this full-floor, four-bedroom Upper East Side apartment at The Charles will be on view. The project is a development of the late David Collins, whose designs inspired glamorous locales like New York’s London Hotel—so expect plenty of glitz. The 3,100-square-foot apartment just hit the market asking $8.15 million, and boasts interiors by Quadra Interior Design.
SahoNYC by Rafi Elbaz
Get a glimpse of prime post-hipster Brooklyn with this Wythe Avenue loft, complete with soaring ceilings. Check out the apartment’s stark, minimalist interiors and renovation helmed by Rafi Elbaz. Find more pre-tour peeks of the loft here.
Urby by concrete
Here’s a great excuse to take the Staten Island ferry on a crisp October weekend; Urby Staten Island is worth the trek. The 900-apartment rental development designed by Dutch architecture and interiors firm concrete is pushing forward a community-based model of living on Staten Island’s North Shore. Expect 35,000 square feet of amenities including a 5,000-square-foot urban farm, pool and sun deck, and a communal kitchen where Urby’s chef-in-residence teaches culinary classes and leads tastings.