New York’s five boroughs feature a cosmopolitan blend of people, cultures, styles and houses that make the place so unique.
As the United States’ first melting pot, New York is a city that never sleeps, but always looks incredible.
From the classic brownstone townhouses of Brooklyn to the ivy-covered buildings of Greenwich Village, the city maintains a look and character that are at once traditional and distinctly modern.
There’s the neo-classical mash-ups of Flatbush, the Victorian homes of Staten Island and the gorgeous cast-iron buildings of Tribeca – a variety to satisfy anyone’s preference.
Greenwich Village, Manhattan
Victorian detached, Staten Island
Cast-iron home, Tribeca, Manhattan
Neo-classical mash-up, Flatbush, Brooklyn
Cottage, detached, Queens
Brooklyn brownstone (with some obvious modifications)