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Live in New York's First Green Townhouse

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Live in New York's First Green Townhouse

Sotheby's International Realty

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Tips Of The Trade: Creating A Stenciled Floor Cloth

Russel Peterson from non-profit design studio Alpha Workshops shows us how to create a stenciled floor cloth, which you can display on the floor or hang as a wall covering. By creating your own motif like Russel's, which was inspired by Alpha Workshops' recent mural for the Humane Society of New York, you can add a personalized element to your home. Russel recommends using Benjamin Moore's enviromentally friendly Natura paint since it has minimal odor and doesn't contain any VOCs.

Square Feet: Triple-Mint Condo On The UWS By Jacques Grange

Built by renowned architect C├ęsar Pelli and designed by prominent designer Jacques Grange, this coveted triple-mint condo spans 3,089 feet and features a top-of-the-line kitchen and views of the city skyline and Central Park.
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Enjoy the privilege of owning New York City's first LEED Gold-certified townhouse, a five bedroom, three bathroom home on East 82nd Street on the Upper East Side. The clean, modern design is matched by its energy-efficient features, such as radiant heating and three separate outdoor green spaces, one of which hosts a fire pit. A limestone/brick facade helps create the "thermal envelope" that makes this home environmentally friendly. View property.


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