Headlines

SUMMER IN MARBELLA— AN EXPERIENCE LIKE NO OTHER

February 13, 2020

Marbella is a hot spot for travelers and best property deals for those who prefer renting their own Villas. You will never want to miss the experience this summer. Whether you’re visiting for your honeymoon or having a family holiday, you’ll be sure to get it all. Look at some of the reasons why you will love to come back here every summer. EXCEPTIONAL HOSPITALITY You want a “kingly” treat this summer? Marbella is the place to b...

Read more

In Time for Valentine’s Day, These Are the Most Romantic Restaurants in L.A.

February 13, 2020

These spots have the food, drinks, and ambiance–you just bring the date When it’s Valentine’s Day, an anniversary, or another occasion where you want to boost the romance (maybe even pop a big question), a regular restaurant just won’t do. Instead make a reservation at one of the most romantic restaurants in Los Angeles, where you can be confident that the food will be great and the sparks will fly. a.o.c. Suzanne Goin an...

Read more

Thomas Heatherwick’s quirky High Line condo launches sales

February 13, 2020

Plus, Macklowe is moving forward with Park Slope’s embattled Key Food redevelopment—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New York Minute, a new roundup of the New York City news you need to know about today. Send stories you think should be included to tips@curbed.com. Sales launch at Thomas Heatherwick-designed condo A Chelsea condo building with a bubble-esque facade is the latest ar...

Read more

Gucci Osteria..Brings High Style to L.A. Dining

February 13, 2020

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Brings High Style to L.A. Dining The intimate restaurant atop Gucci’s Rodeo Drive shop is helmed by chef and Netflix star Massimo Bottura–and already stocked with celebsBy Brittany Martin -February 11, 2020Share Branded in-store restaurants are more likely to be tourist traps than dining destinations–Tommy Bahama Cafe, anyone?–but leave it to Gucci to bring style and luxury to the genre. Openin...

Read more

New York Fashion Week

February 12, 2020

RUNWAY The New York Fashion Week Fall 2020 Calendar: The Who, What, Where, When, and Why BY ELISEÉ BROWCHUKFebruary 4, 2020 Carolina Herrera Spring 2020  Photographed by Corey Tenold After a long month of men’s shows, pre-fall appointments, and couture collections, it’s finally time for New York Fashion Week. The shows don’t officially start until Friday, but things are starting with a bang—and on opposite sides of ...

Read more

Massive East New York ‘urban village’ is moving forward

February 12, 2020

The development, which surrounds a neighborhood megachurch, is expected to create 2,100 apartments The 11-acre site surrounding an East New York megachurch is on the path to be transformed into a large-scale “urban village.” Dubbed “Innovative Urban Living,” the plan calls for transforming part of the church’s site on Flatlands Avenue into a huge mixed-use community, with 13 buildings ranging from two to 17 stories, with...

Read more

A guide to OMNY, the MTA’s new MetroCard-replacing fare system

February 11, 2020

The tap-to-pay technology is rolling out to 37 more Bronx subway stations this month OMNY readers at the Bowling Green station in lower Manhattan. It’s the beginning of the end for the MetroCard. In spring 2019, the MTA launched a pilot program of its new tap-to-pay system, known as OMNY, that will eventually replace swiping a MetroCard. The fare technology will roll out in phases, allowing transit officials to iron out the kinks as they w...

Read more

Swimming in the East River could happen sooner than you think

February 10, 2020

The East River on the Williamsburg waterfront. Max Touhey The East River is the cleanest it’s been in a century—and swimming in the once-polluted waterway isn’t such a wild idea On a warm July morning about 15 years ago, Ellen Weinberg climbed a metal fence in lower Manhattan wearing a bathing suit, goggles, and swim cap, walked up to the banks of the East River, and plunged in. About 30 minutes later, passersby on the Brooklyn side of ...

Read more

2020 U.S. Real Estate Predictions

December 19, 2019

Housing and real estate experts are out with their 2020 market predictions, and they’re well worth a look – especially if you’re in the market for a new home next year – or looking to sell one. Let’s take a glimpse and see what shots the gurus are calling for real estate in 2020, with these 12 top predictions foremost in the housing market crystal ball.  U.S. Real Estate Predictions for 2020 Home Sellers Will Sit 2020 Out...

Read more

Massive Bjarke Ingels-designed apartment towers and public beach planned for Williamsburg

December 18, 2019

POSTED ON THU, DECEMBER 12, 2019 BY DEVIN GANNON VIEW PHOTO IN GALLERY All renderings © James Corner Field Operations and BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, courtesy of Two Trees Management Two new mixed-use towers with 1,000 units of housing and six acres of public space have been proposed for the North Brooklyn waterfront. Two Trees Management on Thursday unveiled plans to bring two Bjarke Ingels Group-desig...

Read more