An in-person gander at NYC's most opulent pads
Conventional wisdom holds that ol’ Rudy Giuliani ran most of the p*rn outta this town.
Thankfully he missed the kind that gets New Yorkers hottest under the collar — house p*rn.
And here’s where you get your fix of that sweet, sweet SFW eye candy: Dwell’s Home Tours, an in-person gander at a collection of ritzy New York pads, taking place this weekend.
Five impeccably designed abodes. Stroll them at your leisure. On the docket:
- An 1800s Tribeca soap warehouse converted to a gorgeous brick and timber dwelling complete with “inverted courtyard” and sprawling patio overlooking the Hudson
- A violinist’s Flatiron penthouse, designed to “feel like a 300-year-old Gibson Stradivarius”
- A former SoHo lightbulb factory renovated into an airy loft with killer views
But don’t just take our word for it — check out our ogle-worthy sneak preview of the homes on the tour.
Grab enough aesthete-friendly gear and you just may find your own home on the tour next year.
Nota bene: As a special for InsideHook readers, Dwell’s offering ten bucks off your ticket. Just use code IHNY14 at checkout. Happy house hunting.