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Jun 19

Your Favorite Fashion Website Now Has an Office to Die For


Here at Apartment Therapy, we’re big fans of Man Repeller, the online destination for smart, quirky fashion and smart, addictive writing about life, culture, and everything else.
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06
May 19

You Will Soon Be Able to Airbnb Inside Rockefeller Center


Rockefeller Center is a must-see on any New York tourist list, and now you’ll be able to stay there.
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30
Apr 19

This NYC Townhouse Had an Underground Tunnel That Led to Ernest Hemingway’s Prohibition Haunt


New York City is filled with mystery. Around every corner and down narrow streets are unexpected twists and secrets waiting to be discovered.
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20
Apr 19

Barbra Streisand’s Former Penthouse Is Classic New York, Just Like Her


Realtor, can you hear me?
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28
Mar 19

Watch Conan O’Brien Go NYC Apartment Hunting in 2001


We’re very curious how much this same apartment is going for today.
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22
Mar 19

Check Out Courteney Cox’s Nostalgic Visit to Her ‘Friends’ Apartment Building


“The One Where My Rent Went Up $12,000”
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10
Mar 19

Plants Fill This Inspiring and Bright Brooklyn Live/Work Space


Two photographers have filled this loft with plants, light, and color, as well as found objects from vintage markets and travel adventures.
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06
Mar 19

Alexis Stewart's NYC Triplex For Sale Is Actually 4 Units in One

Mom Martha’s site called it a “beautiful, minimalist” and “family-friendly” space.
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27
Feb 19

This Brooklyn Loft Has the Most Inventive Use of an IKEA Tabletop — House Tour

Name: Bryan Sears
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Size: 1,200 square feet
Years Lived In: 9 years, renting

Artist, designer, and entrepreneur Bryan Sears lives a creative life, and the large loft-like space he rents in Brooklyn reflects that. Full of light, great art, and lots of plants, the industrial architecture of the building is a warm backdrop to all of his things. It’s also a testament to the power of a free find. In Bryan’s building, there’s a location where people leave things they think others might want… the “Freeshelf.” Quite a few of the items in this home share an origin of the freeshelf. Those items, mixed in with Bryan’s art, make for one very unique home.

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21
Feb 19

An Experimental Food Designer's Home Is Inspired by Mister Rogers — House Tour

Name: Emma Orlow, roommates
Location: Bedford-Stuyvesant — Brooklyn, New York
Years Lived In: 2 years, renting

Emma Orlow doesn’t just write about food, she makes art with it. Among some of the things she’s done with food, according to her website: Representing the varied food histories of Brooklyn neighborhoods in an edible installation; turning a tablecloth into a coloring book using spices, and creating a performative dining experience in an abandoned department store building, to name a few. When it came time to decorate the Brooklyn apartment she shares with roommates, Emma used the same visual tools seen in her work: Fun and playfulness.

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