This is a compelling video of Sir Norman Foster that was filmed in Munich in 2007 at DLD (Digital, Life, Design); a conference covering digital innovation, science and culture. He presents a macro view of urban design and public buildings that are sustainable and "celebratory". These are agenda setting ideas. He illustrates them using his own work; including the London Gherkin, and mega scale projects in China and the Middle East. In Manhattan, Lord Foster has completed the striking Hearst building on 57th Street and is working on one of the new towers on the World Trade Center site.
April 29, 2008
This is a beautiful loft building I'm representing that is being delivered completely vacant ready for its next owner to make it into a grand townhouse, their company’s first headquarters, residential or commercial lofts with income producing retail that’s ideal for a restaurant or boutique. There's over 10,000 square feet of possibilities here.
April 28, 2008
The Manhattan market has been interesting recently. It is hard to characterize it as either a buyer's market, or a seller's market. Its just a real estate market, and a more balanced one than in the last few years.
April 1, 2008
It's been a gray and rainy start to the week in New York City, so let's take a moment for a tropical fantasy, and transport ourselves to our sunny little bit of paradise for sale in the Keauhou Bay Resort, on the Kona Coast, of The Big Island of Hawaii.