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Floor Plan Spotlight: Penthouse Units

This post shines a spotlight on our exclusive penthouse units, offering exceptional design and the building’s best high-rise views of Fidi.

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Studio Apartment Spotlight: The 48G

This post shines a spotlight on our 48G studio floor plan, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in-closet, fantastic FiDi views, & more.

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1-Bedroom Apartment Spotlight: The 44A

This post shines a spotlight on our 44A one-bedroom floor plan, featuring a unique corner configuration with wall-to-wall windows.

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Luxury Design at 19 Dutch: What is Gezellig?

Can cozy be cosmopolitan? 19 Dutch take cues from Dutch design to create a downtown oasis that’s sophisticated, serene, and "gezellig".

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Local Art Installations at 19 Dutch

Locally sourced art surrounds residents with beauty at 19 Dutch apartments.

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How to Keep Your Dog Happy in Lower Manhattan

Keeping your dog happy in a city apartment can be tough. We're here to help with some dog happiness tips.

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Our Financial District Apartments

The Financial District is one of the most historic locations in New York.

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Quick Thanksgiving Recipes

Need to do some Thanksgiving cooking in a hurry? Try these recipes on for size.

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Equinox On Wall Street

There are plenty of Equinox Gyms to pick from in New York, but how does the Wall Street location stack up?

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NY's Woolworth Building

Ready to learn about the past of what was once New York City's tallest skyscraper?

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