Author: Alyssa Bird

Owner and interior designer Paula Caravelli was won over by the unit’s bird’s-eye views of Central Park.

In some circles, fame might get you through the door, but when it comes to Hamptons real estate, no one holds the key.

The East End is chock-full of charming historic structures, but without enough vacant lots to satisfy developers and homebuyers, are any of them safe from the bulldozer?

Decorator Ray Booth takes a modern approach to a classic Shingle-style home.

For a fearless client, architect Ted Porter embraces the adage, "A place for everything and everything in its place."

Millennials priced out of New york City have been heading there in droves, and developers have responded.

The mandate for the project: a subtle palette with strong silhouettes and very few curves.

The 13,000-square-foot residence overlloking the Mediterranean comprises a series of playful sphere-shaped rooms.

It's bright and sunny with views of Central Park.