For the second consecutive year, Open House New York has partnered with Curbed to present Curbed Curates: Residences. Tours at ten private residences and residential buildings around the city that celebrate the Curbed mantra, “love where you live” will be open to visit. From a model apartment in the recently converted Art Deco skyscraper 70 Pine to one of the first Passive House woodframe buildings in New York, Curbed Curates: Residences will let visitors see how New Yorkers live.
Sites include the Clifton Residence in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, one of the first Passive House wood frame buildings in the city; a model apartment in 70 Pine, the recently converted Art Deco skyscraper in the Financial District; and Urby Staten Island, a new residential development on the North Shore in Staten Island.
Curbed Curates: Residences
Stephen B. Jacobs Group
Ismael Leyva Architects
Buro Koray Duman
Paul A. Castrucci Architect
id 810 design group
Minetta Lane Residence
Modern Apartment in The Apthorp
Jennifer Post Design
Serge Drouin Residence
Serge Drouin Architect
Most Curbed Curates: Residences require Advance Reservations, while others will be Open Access and may be visited free-of-charge on a drop-in basis. Full tour descriptions and information about how to visit these sites will be available on October 5.
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Images: Urby by Ewout Huibers; Serge Drouin Residence courtesy of Serge Drouin; 70 Pine courtesy of Rose Associates; Modern Apartment in The Apthrop by Peter Krasowski; The Charles by Frances Katzen; SahoNYC by Carrie Buell.