Architects around the world hope to create a new typology for urban living through the use of sky gardens.
The German automaker sets global debut for the SUV while also bringing the 911 R and Boxster 718 to North America for the first time.
Join us as we take a trip around the world to find eco-friendly hotels that balance luxury with a responsible outlook.
This is the third year in a row that the republic has topped the ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The Metropolitan Museum is adding one more gallery to its illustrious portfolio, this time on Madison Avenue.
From clean to neutral and Goth, New York certainly explored diverse beauty looks during fashion week.
Catch the live show, anywhere in the world.
By international arrivals, Hong Kong is the most popular but three other heavily visited cities win the “most expensive to visit” battle…
The US Treasury Department will begin identifying and tracking anonymous buyers of luxury real estate, especially in Manhattan and Miami.
Sixteen hotels have joined Mayor Bill de Blasio’s NYC Carbon Challenge, promising to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30 percent.
From the streets to museums, this post-graffiti artist from the Bronx, New York is bridging the gap between the underground and the mainstream.
While thousands of new properties will open their doors for the first time in 2016, here is a selection of properties noteworthy for raising the bar in luxury – and one distraction from Disney
Gwyneth Paltrow will be opening her first pop-up boutique for Goop in New York starting next week.
A who’s who of the world’s best-selling artists in 2015, as compiled by our friends at Art Republik
A new generation of New York skyscrapers, some taller than the Empire State building, are altering the world’s most famous skyline.
For the first time since its creation, the World’s 50 Best Restaurants will hold its next gala event in New York next year.
Rupert Murdoch is putting his three-storey New York apartment on the market for $72 million.
French Crystal maker Baccarat has opened its first hotel in New York, bringing a distinctly Parisian retreat to the streets of Manhattan.
The Penthouse at the Pierre Hotel in New York is relisting for $63 million, a 50% reduction from its peak price of $125 million in 2013.
The six-bedroom townhouse on 79 Horatio Street has sold for $21 million, according to co-developer Greystone Property Development.