Neil Patrick Harris Lists NYC City Residence, L.A.’s Major Household Arrives, and Far more Real Estate News

From superior-profile design and style commissions to exciting listings, there is often some thing new taking place in the earth of authentic estate. In this roundup, Ad Professional has every thing you require to know.

On the Market place

Neil Patrick Harris lists Harlem property for $7.325 million

Neil Patrick Harris and spouse David Burtka have officially shown their Harlem brownstone for $7.325 million. Positioned on Fifth Avenue involving 125th and 126th Streets, the 8,000-sq.-foot home has 4 bedrooms with a library that can simply be transformed into a fifth.

The 5-tale Italianate home was designed in 1907 and in previous incarnations has served as a speakeasy, a bed and breakfast, and a tunes faculty for girls. Harris and Burtka bought it in 2013 for $3.6 million, and moved in with twins Harper and Gideon, and the family’s two canines in 2015, shortly right after Harris wrapped How I Met Your Mom and came to Broadway with Hedwig and the Offended Inch.

A major renovation by L.A. inside designer Trace Lehnhoff and New York architect Jeffery Povero saved the unique woodwork, millwork, and molding, but reshaped the space to far better fit a solitary family—and updated the plumbing, AC, and appliances.

The house has individual production offices and a 10-seat house theater—as properly as a health and fitness center, wine cellar, and a playroom.

“Every single place tells its have tale. There is no forgotten corner,” Vickey Barron, who has the listing with fellow Compass broker Pacey Barron, tells

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Urban Spaces: How Hoboken + Jersey City Locals Designed Theirs Part ll

There’s nothing like fresh air and a space of your own – two reasons why patios and balconies are so sought after in the city. Even the smallest space can be transformed into an oasis, a little getaway if you will. Hoboken and Jersey City residents have gotten creative with their outdoor spaces, despite the limited space. We thought it’d be fun for locals to share how they decorated their patio/balconies including the square footage, design inspo, budget, and more. This month features a multi-family home in Jersey City, a Hoboken building facing the Manhattan skyline, a Jersey City rental building with a huge outdoor space, and a Willow Terrace home in Hoboken. Read on for the next four features of our new Urban Space Series.

To be considered for our Urban Space Series, email hello@hobokengirl.com.

Ashley Zazzarino’s Patio

Ashley and her husband, Brian, rent an apartment in a multi-family home in Jersey City Heights. They are both writers and work in the TV and Film industry.

HG: What is the square footage of the balcony?

AZ: Our balcony is 60 square feet.

HG: What type of building do you live in?

AZ: We live in an apartment in a multi-family home.

HG: What was the design concept + goal of the space?

AZ: When we first moved into this space in 2019, we didn’t have huge plans for the balcony. But once the pandemic hit and we were both out of work and forced to stay home, we

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Urban Spaces: How Hoboken + Jersey City Locals Designed Theirs

There’s nothing like fresh air and a space of your own – two reasons why patios and balconies are so sought after in the city. Even the smallest space can be transformed into an oasis, a little getaway if you will. Hoboken and Jersey City residents have gotten creative with their outdoor spaces, despite the limited space. We thought it’d be fun for locals to share how they decorated their patio/balconies including the square footage, design inspo, budget, and more. Read on for the first three features of our new Urban Space Series.

To be considered for our Urban Space Series, email hello@hobokengirl.com.

Samantha Hanson’s Patio

Samantha Hanson's Patio

Samantha Hanson and Stephanie Hagans rent an apartment on Whiton Street in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood of Jersey City. Samantha is a school psychologist and does research for a social-emotional learning company. Stephanie is an emergency manager for NYU Langone Hospital.

HG: What is the square footage of the balcony?

SH: Our patio is 550 square feet.

HG: What type of building do you live in?

SH: We live in a 30 unit 6 floor building.

HG: What was the design concept + goal of the space?

SH: We wanted to have a cozy but fun place to entertain our friends and family!

HG: Where did you pull inspo from?

SH: We watch a ton of HG TV and live on Pinterest!

HG: Tell us about the furniture, where did you purchase each piece? Links help but not necessary!

SH: We got our furniture

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