Susan Gutfreund was a bit tired when she welcomed guests into her home for a luncheon to celebrate the new Broadway production of West Side Story last week.
She had just returned to New York from her travels in London and Venice. But, Ms. Gutfreund–a woman for whom a trim on a table cloth, or Read More
Only 1,325 days to go. Oh, man. Only 1,325 days until I can go on a real vacation again.
This being-Mayor thing has been one major eye-opener. I never realized how sick and twisted City Hall really is. I’m worth $4 billion. I just finished paneling my house in Bermuda with cedar, and I can’t Read More
This holiday season, signs that all is well with the
world-or at least that charmed swatch of it that extends from approximately
59th to 96th streets and from Fifth Avenue to Sutton Place-include the party
rental trucks that relentlessly ply Park Avenue, the armies of contractors and
construction workers sipping coffee and patiently awaiting admission Read More
In the Trump International Hotel & Tower’s third most expensive sale to date, CBS president and chief executive Mel Karmazin has plunked down $11.4 million for a 5,500-square-foot penthouse, according to real estate sources. Mr. Karmazin was the victor in what brokers described as a four-way bidding war; he signed a contract on May 27, Read More