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This collective meets marketplace concept answers retail woes

real estate | May 2, 2018
Radnor, a collective of brands in a series of residential pop-ups, isn’t just a genius merchandising and marketing play. It is also former Future Perfect collaborator Susan Clark’s answer to the brick-and-mortar conundrum: expensive real estate combined with declining showroom traffic. Radnor... By Katy B. Olson

How this design firm pulls off 12-day turnaround times

real estate | April 25, 2018
Two hundred and eighty-eight hours. That’s real estate agent turned stager turned entrepreneur Cheryl Eisen’s timeframe for designing and installing multimillion-dollar properties of all sizes. That turnaround time is not so much a gimmick as it is a bottom-line pillar of Eisen’s thriving 11-yea... By Katy B. Olson

Tour the just-opened NoHo condominium designed by Ryan Korban

real estate | February 23, 2018
Private real estate developer Broad Street Development tapped two AD100 veterans to design its recently unveiled NoHo condominium, 40 Bleecker. Landscape architect Edmund Hollander of Hollander Design and interior designer Ryan Korban bring a contemporary allure to the historic neighborhood insi... By Melissa Studach

Jean-Louis Deniot condo comes to Miami

real estate | December 19, 2017
Elysee, a luxury high-rise currently in progress in Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood, is also French designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s first U.S. condo tower. Architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica designed the 57-story waterfront tower, which will ultimately span 100 half-floor residen... By Katy B. Olson

Get a glimpse inside Robert Couturier’s latest model unit

real estate | December 14, 2017
The Skidmore, Owings & Merrill–designed, 65-story building located at 252 East 57th Street in New York features a model apartment by AD100 designer Robert Couturier. Couturier’s three-bed, 3.5-bath space, which is located on the 52nd floor, numbers over 3,000 square feet and is listed for ne... By Katy B. Olson

Sandow expands into 45k-square-foot HQ

real estate | December 6, 2017
Located at 101 Park Avenue, the new Sandow headquarters highlights a move from the media brand’s prior home at the Time-Life Building in midtown Manhattan. Sandow takes over a full floor (45,000 square feet), as part of a move to prepare for next year’s debut of its new technology and logistics ... By Katy B. Olson

Get an exclusive first peek inside Domino’s newly renovated office

real estate | November 29, 2017
Domino’s 40-person staff has new digs. After adding a custom build-out and kitchen millwork, and a number of other features (think a phone booth with Missoni Home/York Wallcoverings wallpaper and a design book–laden library), the lofty midtown Manhattan space is serving both as an office and as ... By Katy B. Olson

An inside look at Patricia Urquiola’s Cassina HQ

real estate | November 20, 2017
Cassina is celebrating its 90th year with a revamped headquarters in Meda, Italy. Patricia Urquiola, Cassina’s art director, restored the entrance’s 1940s-era courtyard, and created a welcome area and new communal areas. The goal, says the brand: “Allow the true essence of the headquarters to tr... By Katy B. Olson

Niido, the first Airbnb-powered residential building, is making waves near Miami

real estate | November 2, 2017
Airbnb is partnering with Miami-based Newgard Development Group to create the first residential building designed for apartment sharing. Niido Powered by Airbnb will open early next year and will serve as a model for expanding the concept to other major cities. Newgard Development Group C... By Melissa Studach

Ken Fulk–designed high-rise The Harrison unveils in San Francisco

real estate | October 20, 2017
San Francisco’s newest luxury high-rise is making a grand introduction. Local designer Ken Fulk is the behind the elegant interiors of The Harrison, a 49-story residential building in the SoMa neighborhood. "Inside we tried to thread that needle so it feels interesting and modern b... By Melissa Studach
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