The Carriage House Meets Jay Gurewitsch of Arcadia

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Meet Jay Gurewitsch, owner of Chelsea’s elegant-yet- affordable gift shop, Arcadia. Gurewitsch has traveled far and wide to find souvenirs that embody his motto, “simple is beautiful.” He is known, among both New York locals and far-from-home tourists, for his whimsical and exclusive international products. Arcadia 228 8th Avenue New York, NY 10011 Tell me [...] Read More

Measure for Measure?

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Square footage is a critical consideration in determining and comparing property values. Yet there are no uniform standards for measuring space in New York’s residential housing stock of co-ops, condo’s and townhouses.   When I first started in the business, we sold apartments by the number of rooms, making distinctions for post war and prewar [...] Read More

Carriage House Meets Joey Gonzales of Barry’s Bootcamp

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Meet Joey Gonzales, owner of Barry’s Bootcamp. With a new location right here in Chelsea, Barry’s Bootcamp brings its famous “Best Workout in the World” to New York City. Barry’s Bootcamp 135 West 20th Street New York, NY 10011 Who is Barry? He was our first trainer at the West Hollywood location. How did Barry’s [...] Read More

George’s Deli – A Classic Reborn

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Mainstay of American Fare Is Transformed in the Wake of 9/11 Rector Street Food Enterprises, a.k.a. George’s, has served downtown residents and restaurant-goers for more than 60 years. Located at the corner of Greenwich and Rector, this three-story eatery with an exposed brick exterior seems somehow at home in the shadow of its towering glass [...] Read More