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April 23, 2013 – Historic Duplex & Private Garden
324 Pearl Street, Apt. 1K
Financial District, Manhattan
$1,499,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Approx. 1,416 sq. ft.
Financial District Duplex Loft with Private Garden!!! Incredible architecture, pre-war details, and a 738 sq. ft. private garden await you in the historic 1888 Bindery Building! Soaring 12+ foot wood beamed ceilings, arched windows, exposed brick walls and a wood-burning fireplace are complemented by limestone floors throughout.
For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.Explore the Financial District
15 John Street, (btw. Broadway & Nassau), New York, NY 10038
Just as good as it’s uptown sister and their delivery service is amazing – the steak au poivre with french fries arrive as good as if it was table service.
The White Horse
25 Bridge Street (at Broadway), New york, NY 10004
A wonderfully dark and divey bar where the drinks are cheap, the bartenders are friendly and the patrons are suitably subdued.
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Windmill Villas - Santorini, Greece
Enjoying a privileged location on the tranquil northeast coast of Santorini, the Windmills Villas offers a completely unique accommodation experience. The complex consists of three peculiar windmills, each of them decorated in a charming traditional style and equipped with private pool and Jacuzzi, in order to offer visitors a relaxing, yet very original stay on the most scenic Greek island.
Live the May 2013 Cover | The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, the foothills of Son Tra Mountain on the coast of central Vietnam
21st century meets Ancient Rome!
We continue the celebration of the founding of Rome (happy 2,766!) with a conversation on how digital technologies are unlocking the mysteries of ancient art including a project to create a 3D model of the original colors of the Arch of Titus.
Join us for a free conversation with Bernard Frischer, Director of the Virtual World Heritage Laboratory and Professor of Art History and Classics at the University of Virginia and Peter Schertz, VMFA Jack and Mary Ann Frable Curator of Ancient Art. The talk is free and open to the public Wed, April 23 at 11 am, VMFA.