Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Stories for the Brown Harris Stevens Design Blog


Central Park

I've recently been enjoying writing features for the Brown Harris Stevens blog. Brown Harris Stevens is the oldest and most prestigious luxury real estate firm in New York City, and has a robust blog covering design, lifestyle, homes, and more. The features I've written about architecture, real estate, design, and style have been leveraged into BHS social media posts, paid advertising and IGTV videos to increase awareness and drive engagement; blog traffic has increased by 20%. The assignments have given me the opportunity to visit some fascinating locations in New York City and share them with readers. The city is filled with architectural history and interest; all you have to do is look up! You might enjoy my stories: 

Central Park: An American Work of Art

Live in the Timeless Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower 

See Inside Architect Ralph Walker's Iconic Walker Tower  

On the Market: A Rare Gilded Age Fifth Avenue Mansion 

 The Surprising and Unexpected Frick Madison

"Posh Portals" Celebrates New York City's Best Entrances

The New Moynihan Train Hall by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 

A Lower East Side Carriage House with History 

A Chelsea Original: “The Night Before Christmas” for Brown Harris Stevens 

Live in the Rich History of Fort Greene 

McKim, Mead & White’s Harvard Club and Harmonie Club 

Decorate Like Carrier and Company  

The Met’s “About Time” Exhibit Celebrates 150 Years of Fashion 

Actor Richard Thomas on the Allure of "The City's Most Ornate Building

On the Market: Jayne Wrightsman's Extraordinary Home and Collection

The Enduring Appeal of Emery Roth + Bing & Bing

 The West 67th Street Artists' Colony Historic District

 The Metropolitan Museum of Art is Open with a 150th Anniversary Exhibition 

Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy for Brown Harris Stevens 

Remy Renzullo x Carolina Irving Tableware Collection

Rosario Candela's Mansions in the Sky

Eileen Fisher + West Elm 

Bonus:

Bart Boehlert for Architectural Digest

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