In New York, the Connection Between Nature and Residence Grows

LX Collection
17 May 2022

Every day, climate change confronts us with a deeper understanding of our interconnectivity with the planet. The question is no longer whether or not design should become more sustainable but how we can begin to make sustainable practices an integral part of how we build our homes and cities. Biophilic design is an approach that believes we need to be nurtured by nature as much as it needs our protection. It is predicated on the idea that cohabiting more efficiently with nature is not just essential to the planet but to our own sense of well-being. In some of the most innovative developments across New York City, greenery is growing not only along with, but also as a part of, this biophilic approach to architecture.

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NY Area Luxury Buildings With Unique Amenities

Haven Lifestyles
13 May 2022

Today, more than ever, new luxury developments are focusing on amenities and services outside of typical gratuities, such as state-of-the-art fitness centers, opulent private spas, starlight pools, and private parking. What could these be, you might ask?

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Discover a Sanctuary in the Heart of Manhattan

Elite Traveler
12 May 2022

The first new construction condominium to go up in the district for a number of years, Flatiron House does not disappoint. It comprises two buildings connected by a glass walkway and garden, the first being the Tower. Accentuated by a rhythmic grid of windows and planted loggias, the Tower features 37 one- to four-bedroom residences. For those looking for something more intimate, the Loft offers seven full-floor residences with private planted spaces to connect with nature.

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Full-Floor Residence at the Newly Built Flatiron House Wants $13.5 Million

Fancy Pants Homes
3 April 2022

Bringing the outside in with its self-irrigating balcony gardens, the luxury condos inside the Flatiron House prioritize wellbeing and a connection to nature. And the building’s biggest unit is no exception, with a planted loggia that runs the full length of the east windows.

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