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Top 3 Interior Design Tips

Top 3 Interior Design Tips

While leasing companies do their absolute best to create well-designed homes that suit the vast majority of tastes, your perfect home won’t always have the ideal interior design. Luckily, you can do a fair bit to cater your new digs to your unique style—even if it’s a rental! If a complete renovation is out of the question, here are three ways you can bring out the NYC interior designer in you to transform your space.

Historic Spotlight: 137 Mercer Street

Historic Spotlight: 137 Mercer Street

A Mercer Street townhouse, a spacious home with sumptuous details, housed the prominent families of historic Van Vorst Park. We'll take a look at the stunning historic details of the home and examine the lives of the families who have resided there.

The Renovation: 140 Broadway

The Renovation: 140 Broadway

Dixon turns its ample design and construction talents inward to create a sophisticated, employee-friendly office space that accommodates its growing team and menu of services.

Striver's Row: A Glimpse into Harlem's Past and Future

Striver's Row: A Glimpse into Harlem's Past and Future

On a delightfully sunny morning, as we followed a large walking tour through Harlem's historic streets, the sounds of construction repeatedly drowned out the orations of our informative guide.

How to Become a Qualified Tenant

How to Become a Qualified Tenant

Few things move as fast as New York City real estate, so when you find a home you love, it's imperative that you're ready to pounce. Before you even start scanning listings, take a few minutes to get your finances and documentation in order. It could mean the difference between "home sweet home" and "the one that got away."