Well, not exactly, but she just snagged a stunning condo in a historic Greenwich Village building—a short two blocks away! Take the tour.
New York City real estate—it’s scarily expensive, but it can also get real good, real quick. Proof: Ashley Olsen just got her hands on this stunning $7m apartment in a meticulously updated historic Beaux-Arts building. In true Olsen twins fashion, the apartment is sleek, and detailed. It’s chic, but not ostentatious. The cast-iron glass panels create a separation to the kitchen dining room, while still providing natural light throughout. The very private building features a 24-hour doorman, and fitness center. I could imagine entertaining in the large enclosed kitchen—and cooking for days. How would you decorate?
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If you’re in the market, the terrace and penthouse are still on the market:
Without a doubt, the highlight of my weekend was attending ICFF with my co-worker yesterday—there was so much good, stuff—I can’t wait to crack open all the catalogs, and start sharing these collections with you. Before the fair, we went to a morning Barre class—and then proceeded to walk 45 minutes to the Javits center to look at furniture. I must have squatted 500 times to pick up business cards, leaflets and catalogs because my bag weighed a thousand pounds by the end. Needless to say, I couldn’t walk this morning. The rest of my weekend consisted of design events (it’s Design Week in NYC), and more dinners with friends. Weekends might not be restful in New York, but they sure are fun.
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We’re back on track for summer in New York! The weather finally flipped—from a miserable cold and rainy week, to a gloriously warm and sunny one. I was starting to worry we’d skip straight to winter. Rainy weeks in New York when you have places to be, and no car to get there are not quite as fun. Now that the mercury is rising, I’m looking forward to getting away for Memorial Day weekend. Is it weird that I kind of miss driving? I just want to be cruising on the highway, blasting tunes, sun on my skin—destination: lobster rolls.