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thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 13, 2012 – Bright & Lofty Penthouse

20 Bayard Street - Apt: PHA
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
$2,100,000 | 3 Bedrooms | 2.5 Bathrooms | Approx. 1,940 sq. ft.

Finally offered for sale from the new sponsor are 37 dramatic condos, including this bright and lofty 3-bedroom home with the best park and Manhattan views that Williamsburg has to offer. Well-known as the tallest building on McCarren Park, sweeping panoramic views up and down the East River will lure you in, while the stunning Andres Escobar interiors will make you want to stay forever. Full service amenities await including: 24-hour doorman, fitness center, children’s playroom, and a common garden and roofdeck.

For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.

thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 13, 2012 – Beautiful Inside & Out!

140 West 22nd Street - Apt: PHA
Chelsea, Manhattan
$5,190,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 2.5 Bathrooms | Approx. 2,596 sq. ft.

Time to get ready for summer in the city with this beautifully appointed duplex penthouse with two bedrooms, two and a half baths, sky lit media room and the most luxurious rooftop oasis in town is located in a full service doorman condominium! Massive master suite with spa bathroom and dressing room provide intimate sleeping quarters as the lower floor houses only the master and guest bedrooms. The main floor with its expanse of north facing windows is perfect for formal entertaining, relaxing in front of the fire place or enjoying a night at the movies in the media room.

For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.

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thetaoofdana:

Color therapy is ultra groovy.  I mean, if wearing glasses can change your mood & health, why not, right?! 
HERE is a really fun roundup of ways that you can start encorporating color power into your life!
xoxo Dana

thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 15, 2012 – Stunning Showplace Townhouse

342 West 14th Street
Chelsea, Manhattan
$7,900,000 | 15 Rooms | 5 Units | 6 Floors | Approx. 6,000 sq. ft.

A gracious home, a stunning showplace and a solid investment has come to the market in this impeccable townhouse located in the new Silicon Alley where Meatpacking, the Highline, Chelsea and the West Village meet. Built in 1900, this former SRO was gutted to the studs in 2008, and has become an instant landmark under the direction of Calvert Wright/Spatial Discipline.

For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.

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thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 24, 2012 – Exceed All Your Expectations

31 1/2 South Elliott Place
Fort Greene, Brooklyn
$2,395,000 | 8 Rooms | 4 Floors | Approx. 3,060 sq. ft.

This triple mint Park block Fort Greene home will exceed all your expectations! Sitting on a quiet tree-lined block just steps from F Greene Park and every subway and amenity imaginable, you will be bowled over by the dramatic parlor floor, extra high ceilings, incredibly preserved historic details, and extra wide rooms augmented by the presence of the wonderfully preserved hand-carved center staircase. Used as a one family home for generations, this unique property has maintained its original beauty while simultaneously being updated with every modern convenience imaginable.

For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.

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thecorcorangroup10amspecial:

May 25, 2012 – Indescribable Views of Central Park

75 Central Park West - Apt: 15D
Upper West Side, Manhattan
$4,750,000 | 2 Bedrooma | 3 Bathrooms | Co-Op

Seldom Available: Indescribable helicopter Views of Central Park and the city from every window of this beautiful, classic pre-war six room home await the discriminating buyer who wishes to make NYC their principal residence. Old world detail and a wood burning fireplace are combined with modern conveniences: re-done enlarged master bath, an eat-in kitchen, washer dryer and central air conditioning complete this gem.

For more information about today’s 10am Special, please visit corcoran.com.

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thetaoofdana:

Seeing red.  Its an expression of fury, as in “I was so pissed off I was seeing red!”  We don’t use that saying much these days.
But today a reader asked about red, and whether or not it can intensify anger. 
HERE is my answer!  xoxo Dana

thetaoofdana:

Seeing red.  Its an expression of fury, as in “I was so pissed off I was seeing red!”  We don’t use that saying much these days.

But today a reader asked about red, and whether or not it can intensify anger. 

HERE is my answer!  xoxo Dana

dailybungalow:

201 9th Street by jpotter3 on Flickr.
 Beautifully cared for craftsman home on 9th Street, Huntington Beach, CA.

dailybungalow:

201 9th Street by jpotter3 on Flickr.


Beautifully cared for craftsman home on 9th Street, Huntington Beach, CA.

milkmadeicecream:

MILKMADE FLAVORS OF THE MONTH: JUNE 2012Just keeping you posted on what we’re sharing with our members this month.  Grady’s Manhattancold brew coffee infused manhattan cocktail ice creamCome summer in New York, coffee just won’t do anymore. It’s all about iced coffee. And after having our first cup of Grady’s Cold Brew last month, no other iced coffee would do anymore. It is all about Grady’s.THEN - we discovered the Grady’s Manhattan at a local Brooklyn bar. A Manhattan cocktail with a shot of Grady’s Cold Brew coffee. And now no other Manhattan will do! To share this with you in MilkMade style, we’ve teamed up with two amazing groups of dudes based out of Brooklyn - Grady’s Cold Brew for our coffee, and Kings County Distillery for our whiskey. We top off each pint with a brandied cherry. 
Tom Collinslemon and gin Tom Collins ice cream with a raspberry garnishThe Tom Collins is my very favorite summertime drink. It’s simple, smooth, refreshing, and, best of all, accompanied by a fascinating history.  See back in 1874 there was a little hoax going around New York, and it went a little something like this - “Have you seen Tom Collins? He is talking about you in a very rough manner - calling you hard names..” People went racing about town looking for the libelous Tom Collins, who was often reported to be at the local down the street. Bartenders caught on and began serving a Tom Collins drink - gin, simple syrup, soda water, lemon. The drink became so popular that not only did it even have its own glass, it is reported to have caused a lemon shortage in in New York in summer 1936.
We’re making ours with gin from local distillers New York Distilling Co and a raspberry garnish. 

milkmadeicecream:

MILKMADE FLAVORS OF THE MONTH: JUNE 2012

Just keeping you posted on what we’re sharing with our members this month.  

Grady’s Manhattan
cold brew coffee infused manhattan cocktail ice cream
Come summer in New York, coffee just won’t do anymore. It’s all about iced coffee. And after having our first cup of Grady’s Cold Brew last month, no other iced coffee would do anymore. It is all about Grady’s.

THEN - we discovered the Grady’s Manhattan at a local Brooklyn bar. A Manhattan cocktail with a shot of Grady’s Cold Brew coffee. And now no other Manhattan will do! To share this with you in MilkMade style, we’ve teamed up with two amazing groups of dudes based out of Brooklyn - Grady’s Cold Brew for our coffee, and Kings County Distillery for our whiskey. We top off each pint with a brandied cherry. 

Tom Collins
lemon and gin Tom Collins ice cream with a raspberry garnish
The Tom Collins is my very favorite summertime drink. It’s simple, smooth, refreshing, and, best of all, accompanied by a fascinating history.  See back in 1874 there was a little hoax going around New York, and it went a little something like this - “Have you seen Tom Collins? He is talking about you in a very rough manner - calling you hard names..” People went racing about town looking for the libelous Tom Collins, who was often reported to be at the local down the street. Bartenders caught on and began serving a Tom Collins drink - gin, simple syrup, soda water, lemon. The drink became so popular that not only did it even have its own glass, it is reported to have caused a lemon shortage in in New York in summer 1936.

We’re making ours with gin from local distillers New York Distilling Co and a raspberry garnish.