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NYC&G (New York Cottages & Gardens) - April 2018
“I live for my clients’ reactions to their new spaces,” says the Manhattan-based designer.
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To compete for their share of affluent buyers and renters in a market saturated with new luxury buildings, developers have become more creative with amenities in order to stand out.
Step aside Williamsberg and Tribeca, real estate experts share which New York neighborhoods are now trending with house hunters.
“We don’t do things the way they’re traditionally done,” says Christopher Boynton. “Finding elegant, novel solutions is our strength.”
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