Author: Jacquelyn Shannon

Does this SoHo pad earn an A+? You decide. Topping the artsy interiors is a 1,500-square-foot terrace carefully landscaped with full evergreens, wisteria, cherry trees, and more.

School's out for the summer and the Hetrick-Martin Institute is celebrating Hamptons style.

Currently in the hands of a designer and a writer, the historic abode holds bold yet beautifully edited spaces.

Secluded close to the fashion capital of Italy and coming with its own bell tower, this rustic property has soul.

Built in 1978 and full of unique quirks, the house has a fun feel whether you're kayaking on the Bay or relaxing inside.

With the 30-story building almost complete, someone can move in just in time to see Central Park bloom from above.