Lauren Abramowitz, PA-C, is widely recognized for her innovative work in cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic medicine, facial and body rejuvenation techniques. A native New Yorker and board-certified since 2002, Lauren founded Park Avenue Skin Solutions on Manhattan's Upper East Side in order to create an environment that reflects her philosophy of balance and mindful cultivation of beauty. Lauren now has brought that uptown refinement and clinical expertise to her new flagship location and practice in TriBeCa, New York. A very early adopter of injectables and skin laser technologies, Lauren's artful work has built her reputation as a peerless practitioner who helps her patients create meaningful internal and external changes in their lives.
Relax on a 600-foot beach of pure sand and ocean waters. Your South Beach retreat has thoughtful touches, like walls of driftwood and windows that bring nature inside.
1414 Avenue of the Americas
A beautifully situated hotel near Central Park, 1 Hotel Central Park is your perfect refuge in the middle of Manhattan. Relax in comfort, surrounded by living green plants and thoughtful touches of nature.
The Dylan on Fifth may rise more than 30 stories above the bustling city of Manhattan; but inside, it's a distinctly calm and intimate oasis with no more than six homes per floor. The amenities at The Dylan are extraordinary: sunbathe on the sky deck or enjoy a glass of wine at the rooftop lounge, under the canopy of the Empire State Building. Your home at The Dylan is your sanctuary and the beautifully designed common areas are your retreat.
The first permanent home of the McBurney branch of the New York YMCA began as the headquarters of the New York Association in 1869. The French Renaissance building, designed by notable New York architect James Renwick, Jr., and renamed the 23rd Street YMCA in 1887, was the first purpose-built YMCA building in the U.S. In 1904 the 23rd Street Y moved west to 7th Avenue, into a state-of-the art building--with a roof garden, a cork running track, and a marble lined swimming pool--widely considered the finest YMCA building in the United States. In 1943 the branch was renamed in honor of Robert Ross McBurney, an Irish immigrant who rose from librarian of the New York Association in 1862 to chief executive in 1883, a post he held until his death in 1898.
VIEW 34 APARTMENTS: AT HOME WITH BREATHTAKING BEAUTY
The epitome of iconic luxury on the East River, View 34 apartments (formerly Rivergate) is top-shelf everything. Located in prestigious Murray Hill one block from the river, these spectacular East River luxury apartments bring pleasure to the senses at every turn. High design and a near obsessive attention to the finest detail make this building one of the few truly special and unique addresses in all of Manhattan.
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... an established, exclusive and unique Co-op located on the most elegant block of Central Park South, between the Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue. Unsurpassed service and convenience year round, life at the Hampshire House is life in New York at its very best.