Friday, July 15, 2016


We had a conversation with one of new restaurant owners a couple of years ago pointing out that the design of the interior was really important because dining establishments are secondary spaces for city dwellers to inhabit.  The Times now has an article highlighting this fact and how many new homeowners are selecting the neighborhoods that they want to be in based on the amount of charming eateries in the area.  As many parts of Manhattan become a little too commercial and often extremely expensive, many home seekers are now discovering the unique cultural oasis that can be found north of 110th Street.  More in the New York Times: LINK

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