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Whether they’re holding fruit, mail or nothing at all, decorative bowls add visual interest to a room. (The Echasse bowl by Theresa Arns, above, is about $300 at MenuDesignShop.)
This limestone and brass staircase at 20 East End Avenue connects the wine cellar below the lobby to a second floor amenity area that includes billiards, a poker room and navy-lacquered library.
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Tama Robertson, a real estate broker, learned about housing discrimination firsthand when she and her wife were apartment hunting.
Denizen Bushwick is a rental complex made up of two eight-story buildings with a public passageway in between.
Dominque Browning’s building, the Riviera.
A view of downtown Brooklyn, looking north from the Gowanus Canal.
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Paula Dertouzos, who was born with congenital glaucoma, lives at Selis Manor in Chelsea and is happy with technological upgrades like a talking thermostat and a new intercom system.
Gregory Cohen, an activist investor, is the founder of Rambleside Holdings. “We’re just not afraid or intimidated to go after companies that are acting in an inappropriate way,” he said.
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