Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s former LA home asks $6M

This Los Angeles home comes with a dash of celebrity history — and now it’s looking for a new set of owners. In the Hollywood Hills, at 2410 Crest View Drive, a four-bedroom perch asks $6 million. Its listing describes perks including mid-century architecture, 3,657 square feet — as well as the home being the … Read more

NYC loft where Heath Ledger passed away sells for $14.25M

The Manhattan loft where Heath Ledger passed away just more than 15 years ago has sold for $14.25 million, The Post has learned. Located in Soho, at 419-421 Broome St., Ledger had rented the 4,400-plus-square-foot unit for roughly $25,000 a month. Property records obtained by The Post show the home sold last month to an … Read more

Jane Austen’s longtime UK home lists for $10.43M

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a listing with a celebrity connection will garner more interest upon hitting the market.  This is true even of the long-deceased celebrities of yore, including the woman who originally penned that quote as the opening line of her 1813 “Pride and Prejudice.”  That title, along with Jane Austen’s … Read more

Alan Cumming buys NYC studio unit for $410K

Alan Cumming has purchased a small studio down the block from his longtime East Village home, The Post has learned. Located at 513 E. Fifth Street, the Scottish actor dropped $410,000 for the approximately 400-square-foot pad. Described as a “great spot for investors,” the unit does not require residency. A newly renovated space with a … Read more

Look into the stars for your food horoscope at Time Out Market New York

The Spring Equinox ushers in myriad annual delights: pleasant temperatures, greater daylight and the beginning of a new zodiac year. It’s easy to celebrate the fruits of the first two at rooftop bars and secret garden dining spots, but the latter’s a little harder to capture.  This year, Time Out Market has linked all twelve … Read more

New NY rent-control bill would drive out small landlords

Socialist-minded legislators in Albany won’t quit until they bankrupt every apartment-building landlord in New York City — and make the housing crisis even worse than it is. A bill now in the Legislature, sneakily disguised as an eviction-prevention measure, would impose rent controls on market-rate buildings for the first time. The reversal of generations-old policy … Read more

Palo Alto teardown home lists for a shocking $13.8M

This Silicon Valley plot is commanding a higher price than many castles. In California’s Bay Area, a lot is seeking a pretty penny in a clear case of how outrageous the San Francisco market has become.  In Palo Alto — home to portions of Stanford University, the headquarters and founding locations of numerous tech companies, … Read more

New Yorkers hilariously react to the new NYC brand campaign logo

Move over, iconic I ♥ NY sign, there’s a new logo in town. As reported by the New York Times, a group of officials and “community partners” just unveiled a new campaign meant to represent and unite the folks that make up this grand town of ours. Dubbed We ♥ NYC, the new logo was created by designer and art … Read more

Play in colorful confetti with The Celebration Lab in NYC this weekend

The Confetti Project believes we could all use more joy in our lives, especially when that elation comes in the form of colorful paper pieces to toss into the air.  In a series of workshops this weekend titled The Celebration Lab, adults are invited to experience the joy of play through meditation, journaling and movement with confetti. … Read more

NYC is looking for someone to paint this iconic tunnel in Washington Heights

New York City artists, unite! The Department of Transportation (DOT) just put out a request for proposals (RFP) from creatives to “beautify” the legendary 1,000-foot-long underground tunnel that connects Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue to the 191st Street subway station in Washington Heights. Known as “Tunnel Street” and sitting 180 feet below street level (it’s one … Read more