Created as a series of interlocking cubes and diagonal facets that project and recess at the upper levels, Corte is a collaboration between Argentinian architect Dieguez Fridman and the distinguished New York-based firm of Beyer Blinder Belle.
There are elegant finishes, white oak floors and a neutral palette throughout this apartment.
A pleasantly understated take on casual modern living, the building has a plum-red brick façade that echoes that of the original industrial lofts that line nearby blocks.
This well-designed, modern space in Long Island City sits atop an eight-story building that pays homage to the nautical history of the surrounding neighborhood.
Tenants get one month free (13-month lease) and $1,000 Amex gift card or two months free (on 18-month or 26-month lease).
This two-bedroom, one-bath rental has lots of amenities and an enormous wraparound terrace with expansive views.
Amid the bustle of Downtown Brooklyn, the 110-unit BRiQ building stands out.
BRiQ takes its architectural cues from the classical commercial, industrial and loft buildings that make up the historic core of the Fulton Street corridor.
An immense, multi-story work by artist Jojo Anavim decorates the building's facade while another of his works is showcased in the lobby.
The Harrison offers prospective buyers much in the way of aesthetics and amenities, but when it comes to apartment No. 204, it's all about the terrace.