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Outside of our big projects, we do tons of other fun stuff. Here's some of our day to day work that we keep up-to-date!

Architectural Digest: 242 Broome Photography

“What’s most thrilling about my work is going into a completely vacant space and asking myself, even asking the space, in a sense, ‘What does it need?'” As the head of the 20-person staging division for the hip design firm ASH NYC, Andrew Bowen couldn’t be better positioned to...

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Tour an $11.9 Million Prince Street Duplex

Thanks to Du Jour for using QB’s interior photography for 34 Prince St. Written by Annie Caminiti If New Yorkers know anything, it’s good pizza and luxury real estate. Located at 34 Prince Street in Manhattan, this duplex sits across from the acclaimed Prince Street Pizza in the center...

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Essex Crossing gets its own magazine

The first issue offers an insider’s look at the neighborhood and introduces local retailers, artists and designers. Historic businesses like Russ & Daughters and artists Hanksy are showcased and the magazine also lets readers take a peek at all of the new development going on. READ MORE

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Essex Crossing preps for residents with new interactive website

It’s been a big year for Essex Crossing, the Lower East Side megaproject rising on the site once known as the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area. The first phase of the development, which includes several residential buildings and a lot of retail, is coming along: the affordable housing lotteries...

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NYC’s Biggest Food Market Yet Announces More Vendors

Queens taco destination Tortilleria Nixtamal and the first location outside the flagship for the 100-year-old Schaller & Weber on the Upper East Side are two of nine vendors announced today for The Market Line, the LES market that’s poised to become the city’s largest when it starts opening this...

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