Huge Price Reduction

Chateau Christiania Penthouse


9-bed | 6.5-bath | 4,629+/-sq.ft.


Opportunity to own ski-in/ski-out penthouse unit in one of Vail’s quintessential buildings. Amenity rich property located within walking distance to all that Vail Village has to offer. Big Vail Mountain views- remodeled and open, contemporary floor plan make this penthouse perfect for entertaining. Penthouse includes surface parking outside of the Chateau Christian.
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Back on the Market!

5151 Longsun Lane | Wildridge | 1,150,000

4- bed | 3.5-bath | 2,831+/-sq.ft. | 1-car garage


This brand new Dave Dantas constructed single-family home is stunning! Perched atop of Wildridge, this home enjoys sweeping views of Beaver Creek Mountain.


Enjoy high-end finishes, a cozy gas fireplace, two-car garage, deck and spacious patio. Two separate livings areas, as well as a second master suite on the main level are just a few highlights of this spectacular home!

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425-Square Foot Mecca in NYC

All photos by Will Femia
All photos by Will Femia*

NYC and Vail, Co are two different animals, but this article proves that size isn’t everything! Check out this amazing transformation of a compartmentalized duplex into an incredibly spacious feeling 425sq.ft. apartment in the Upper West Side.

Owner Huxley Somerville is a finance exec who bought the space for $95,000 in 1994, telling the Times he saw it as an ugly duckling. A compartmentalized duplex on the fourth and fifth floors of a 73rd Street walk-up, it had a distinct living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and terrace across multiple levels. Despite the condition, he and his wife lived there until ’97, then rented it out, till their tenant eventually left, too.


So, almost 15 years post-purchase, they decided to overhaul the recent-college-grad pad into a pied-a-terre, hiring Specht Harpman Architects to do the job. Adramatic renovation worth $400,000 later, and the space is functional, high-ceilinged, and surprisingly open, with ample light from the rooftop terrace that streams down into the living space thanks to a bedroom cantilevered over the kitchen and bathroom by the entryway. “In a small apartment, most things have to do double duty,” Harpman said. The coffee table, for example, rises into a full-height dining table, and extra chairs are stored under the stairs. While it’s not the tiniest apartment in the city, as Bloomberg claimed, it certainly is a small space done right.