When planning a vacation, you can look up tons of lists on the most beautiful destinations, the best beaches and top hotels, or you can research how to do everything on a shoestring budget.
The business students at Dartmouth who listened to a talk with David Leuschen of Riverstone Holdings walked away with a few things that they can use with their own companies in the future.
One of the main reasons people visit New York City is to the famous skyscrapers and buildings that make up its legendary skyline. These buildings have been in as many movies as most Hollywood stars and have hosted hundreds of famous people. They are within the heart of the city and are quite easy to find. Here are the top five buildings that people from around the world love to visit: Anthony Malkin’s Empire State Building: The Empire State Building is one of the most iconic skyscrapers in New York City. At 1,250 feet tall, the building was completed in 1931 and held the record for the world’s tallest building for nearly 40 years. The skyscraper has been in several movie scenes, such as King Kong and Superman. Visitors can enjoy tours and an observation...
The Miami Design District and Jackie Soffer (http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/biz-monday/article1962757.html) welcomed a Fashion’s Night Out Soiree earlier this month in honor of the infamous Art Basel. An exclusive gathering that catered to those with a love of fashion and art.
With The Frick Collections annual Autumn Dinner on September 28th, so begins New York City’s gala season. This year’s dinner was in honor of Sidney R. Knafel who in addition to being a Managing Partner at SRK Management Company, is also a benefactor of The Juilliard School and Wellesley College. The Dinner is held in the galleries of the museum itself, in the century old 70th street mansion of its namesake Henry Clay Frick. As such the dinner is intimate and has a feeling of “coziness” as described by attendee David Leuschen. Leuschen and his wife Akexia are habitual attendees of the dinner and avid benefactors of the Frick Collection. The dinner is the only time during the year were benefactors and guest have the opportunity to dine amongst the collection, as...
Luxury Daily, a well-known news medium covering the best in high-end fashion and leisure, recently shared Aventura Mall’s partnership with Modern Luxury for the creation of Styled magazine. Led by Turnberry Associates Co-Chairman and CEO Jackie Soffer, Aventura Mall is Miami’s premier shopping destination and a leader in South Florida’s luxury market. Styled, the shopping center’s annual glossy magazine, features luxury fashion and lifestyle content. The shopping mall’s newest 180-page publication, available in print and online, has elevated its content since previous years through its partnership with publisher Modern Luxury. The new format of Styled will include additional editorial coverage and dedicated fashion collections: Styled Her, Styled Men, Styled...
These two unique storefronts exemplify not only the diverse array of boutiques in Miami, but the superior selection of the Miami design district. With international tchotchke-driven The Bazaar Project to the sleek luxe vibe of Sartorial and everything in between, Miami design district has proven itself as the new place to be.
In anticipation of this weekend’s All-Star activities at Madison Square Garden and the Barclays Center, the NBA has released an interactive map that tells the history of New York City basketball.
The map is shockingly comprehensive, covering everything from storied high school teams like Power Academy in Manhattan and Christ the King and Archbishop Molloy in Queens, to the hospital where Michael Jordan was born in Brooklyn.
When people think of high powered New York law firms, they often focus on names such as Davis, Polk & Wardwell, LLP; Debevoise & Plimpton (where Sean Hecker is a Partner), LLP; Simpson, Thacher & Barlett. LLP; or Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. New York City benefits greatly, because this area attracts the interest of so many highly skilled legal professionals.
It’s quite a good time to get a good deal on hotel rooms in New York City. Why? Bad weather, more rooms, the weak euro and Airbnb, according to a recent research note by Credit Suisse hotel industry analysts.