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Originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, Brian studied psychology at Worcester State College. He has lived in various New York City neighborhoods, both Uptown and Downtown, and currently resides in Chelsea. He is always on the go, whether at work or play, exploring New York City's different neighborhoods for new sights, sounds, and tastes. Brian especially loves connecting with nature in the city's many amazing parks, and taking in the distinctive details that grace Manhattan's diverse and ever-changing architectural landscape.
Southampton Village Building & Adjacent
Exclusive opportunity to own one of the Hamptons' premier office buildings. This multi-level facility features 3 floors including: open bull-pen and reception areas, conference rooms, presentation rooms, private and executive offices, employee kitchen area, elevator access, dedicated parking lot (over 70 spaces) and more. Perfect for your small business or mid-to-large corporate offices. Total of 13,000+ sf. Includes the adjacent .68 Acre vacant lot. Offered at $5,500,000.00
170 E 80th St
A celebration of light, open space and luxurious green living. A work of art unto itself. The exquisite Waterfall Mansion at 170 East 80th Street is among the most unique properties in Manhattan. A creative collaboration by real estate developer Kate Shin and renowned architect Toshiko Mori has transformed this historic 22 foot wide, 1899 carriage house into a breathtaking, tranquil oasis. The Waterfall Mansion is built as a luxurious single family residence atop an incredible private gallery space. This mansion is LEED Silver certified eco-friendly, constructed with green design elements including naturally sourced and environmentally sustainable materials. Zoned for mixed-usage, this residence offers multiple possibilities for its next owner.
The mansion was once the workplace of acclaimed fabric designers, D.D. and Leslie Tillett, two of the most influential textile designers of the postwar era. Their prints were associated with the likes of Claire McCardell and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. For two generations, the Tillett family used the carriage house as both a residence and a studio. In 2008, Toshiko Mori impeccably reinvented the space to integrate art, architecture and lifestyle, resulting in a combination home and gallery beyond compare. While the 19th century brick façade and stone details have been meticulously restored to their original grandeur, the interior exudes modernism. It incorporates design influences from Eastern and Western cultures, and boasts natural materials such as marble, black slate, maple flooring, limestone, and custom glass tile.
At the heart of the Mansion is an exquisite 22 foot x 23 foot indoor waterfall for which the mansion was named. The waterfall serves as a symbol of home and the flow of life as well as a serene focal point for entertaining and meditation. The residential section of this Mansion is accessed by a private wrought iron entrance. The residence is configured with 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. There is a private elevator and stunningly landscaped roof-top garden. The basement level includes a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, a 2,300 SF spa-lounge complete with jacuzzi, Finland cedar sauna, gym and massage room.