The AD100 — 2022Dec 16, 2021
Welcome to this year’s AD100 — the definitive list of the top design, decor and architecture talent creating today.
Rigorous yet relaxed minimalist residences that pay the utmost respect to their context are Steven Harris’s specialty. “Our highest aim is for our designs to appear effortless and fully integrated into their site, whether urban or rural...”
Mansion GlobalNov 21, 2021
Steven Harris, the principal at Steven Harris Architects, which he established in 1985, has been working on New York City buildings for over 30 years. He brings a subtle touch to the New York skyline, having designed sleek homes in the West Village and in uptown Manhattan, and his AIA award-winning projects are all marked with a chic elegance. Most recently, Mr. Harris, 71, finished 109 East 79th St., a luxury high-rise project on the Upper East Side that pays tribute to New York design of the 1930s.
Architectural DigestJun 25, 2021
From fashion to floor plans: In a trend that’s likely to get any style-loving home buyer looking twice, some of the newest luxury residential buildings in New York happen to have renowned designers behind them who previously cut their teeth creating stores for some of the world’s chicest fashion houses.
YimbyMay 23, 2021
Construction has topped out on 109 East 79th Street, a 20-story residential building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by Steven Harris Architects and developed by Legion Investment Group, the 210-foot-tall structure will yield 32 condominiums spread across 145,000 square feet. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales for the two- to five-bedroom residences, which will measure up to over 6,000 square feet. 109 East 79th Street is located between Lexington and Park Avenues, a short walk from Central Park.
New York PostMay 13, 2021
Following the city’s shutdown last year, Manhattan’s real estate market has gotten some spring back in its step.
ForbesMar 23, 2021
Is there a Manhattan enclave more synonymous with timeless style and grace than the Upper East Side? Long a bastion of class, distinction and old money, the enclave sets its own tone, forgoing passing fads. Now, the neighborhood is returning to its roots by investing a select few all-new buildings with the time-honored architecture, bespoke detailing and Roaring Twenties Art Deco style that cemented its status a century ago.
The Real DealJan 11, 2021
An Upper East Side resident who jotted down the number of a developer after seeing it posted at a construction site has brokered the biggest luxury deal last week in Manhattan.
Mansion GlobalJan 11, 2021
Manhattan’s luxury real estate market continued its strong late fall and winter performance last week, with 27 homes asking $4 million or more going into contract, according to Olshan Realty.
Architectural DigestJan 7, 2021
From high-profile design commissions to exciting listings, there is always something new happening in the world of real estate. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.
LX CollectionDec 30, 2020
Sydney to Dubai, prime property sales — defined by Knight Frank as the top 5% of each market by value — soared as buyers placed trust in real estate as a sound investment. “In an age of uncertainty, buyers are looking more favourably at luxury property, mirroring what we saw in 2008,” Kate Everett-Allen wrote in the Knight Frank Global Cities Index released in the third quarter, adding that “property’s credentials as a safe and tangible asset class are rising to the fore.”