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Upper East Side

  1. rich people
    Libbie Mugrabi Has Mansion ProblemsThe socialite is facing eviction on the Upper East Side. Her Water Mill compound is an even bigger mess.
  2. openings
    The Upper East Side Is Thrilled at Barnes & Noble’s ReturnWhich tells us something about what a neighborhood needs (besides books).
  3. a truly terrific new york listing
    An Upper East Side Penthouse That Feels Like a Baroque French ManorAlmost every inch of this three-bedroom apartment, with its hand-painted murals, painted columns, and coffered ceilings, has been embellished.
  4. upper east side
    ‘Once I Decorate a House, It Becomes a Competition on the Block’Talking to the man who makes the Upper East Side’s Halloween extravaganzas.
  5. great rooms
    The It’s-Not-a-Problem ApartmentSarah and Adam Meister’s walnut-walled mid-century apartment has a dining/ping-pong table for the kids.
  6. developing
    When a New High-Rise Means Less HousingA new tower is four times the height of its predecessor, yet it has fewer apartments.
  7. street fights
    The French-Bulldog Drama That You NeededThe situation has spiraled.
  8. squatters
    Did the Chrome Hearts Family Forget They Owned a Townhouse?It’s been empty (squatters aside) for eight years.
  9. great rooms
    The Bingo Heiress’s Fantastical DuplexWith its Fragonard staircase, koi-pond bathroom, and rodeo-themed kitchen, Gail Ann Lowe Maidman’s home is like nothing else on the Upper East Side.
  10. great rooms
    Barbara Jakobson Thinks of Her Art-Filled Townhouse As Her AutobiographyShe’s lived here since 1965 and now gets up and down its five floors on her spiffy new stair-climbing “worm.”
  11. the real estate
    Are You Radical Chic Enough to Live in Leonard Bernstein’s Apartment?Mmmm, these are nice. The apartment where Lenny and Felicia Bernstein held that notorious fundraiser is listed for $29.5 million.
  12. in memoriam
    Remembering Anne Slater, Queen of UptownIn her signature blue glasses, she epitomized style.
  13. great rooms
    How a Young Interior Designer Made Over His First Solo ApartmentPatrick Mele’s Upper East Side one-bedroom is anything but fusty.