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Halcyon’s Best Brunches

7/20/2016

It’s often said that a New Yorker’s favorite meal of the day is brunch, and right on the doorstep of your Halcyon condo in Midtown East, you’ll find plenty of ways to satisfy your cravings for those special foods that are neither breakfast nor lunch but something in between. From classic American eateries to eclectic [...]

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Up in the Air at Halcyon

5/17/2016

Located at the periphery of Manhattan’s Midtown East skyline, the elegant Halcyon condos were designed with city views in mind. Every private residence features giant picture windows—all the better to take in the 180-degree panoramas of Manhattan’s iconic skyline, including Manhattan landmarks like the United Nations Plaza, the Chrysler Building, and the Empire State Building. [...]

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Staycation In New York City

4/15/2016

Whether you’re considering switching things up and sticking around during a weekend or have friends coming to town and need an entire weekend’s worth of recommendations, we will plan out the ultimate New York City staycation that focuses on some of the many highlights located around Halcyon. Where to Eat The first must for the [...]

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A Typical Halcyon Day

8/7/2015

With easy access to amenities such as a pool, fitness center, library and sky lounge, residents of Halcyon – the luxury condo in Midtown East – would be forgiven for spending at least some of their time indulging in the comforts of home. But on Halcyon’s doorstep is a world replete with art, culture, food, [...]

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Ten Things You May Not Know About the Chrysler Building

4/21/2014

The radiating sunburst pattern on the façade of the Chrysler Building instantly calls to mind the Manhattan skyline. Located nearby the luxury midtown condominiums at 305 East 51 Street, the Chrysler Building is one of New York’s most-loved Art Deco skyscrapers, and although it’s not the tallest one in town, it might be the most [...]

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Grand Central Market

3/6/2014

Since 1913, Grand Central Terminal has been a world-renowned landmark, beloved by New York City locals and tourists alike. And while all visitors marvel at its famous, ornate astronomical ceiling, iconic four-faced clock and stunning façade, the delights of Grand Central’s Market should never be overlooked. For hungry travelers in any other major train terminus [...]

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Tapas Midtown

2/17/2014

If you’re a foodie who has difficulty choosing just one dish for your main course, then you should consider delving into tapas. This traditional Spanish fare mixes many small hot and cold dishes that make dining outside your luxury condo in Midtown an exciting exercise in experimentation and daring flavor combinations. Ideal for a group [...]

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Rockin’ Around the Rockefeller Tree: A History of NYC’s Most Famous Spruce

2/3/2014

Nothing says Christmas in New York City like Rockefeller Plaza, its ice rink, and the towering spruce at its center, all lit up. So popular has the annual switching on of the lights become, it’s now a televised Christmas tradition that’s broadcast on NBC to an audience of hundreds of millions around the globe. So [...]

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East River Activities

1/22/2014

More than anyone, residents of Midtown East know that the East River has an increasing number of offerings along its banks, from the Staten Island Ferry Terminal up to Harlem. From the quiet prestige of the Upper East Side all the way down to the ever-cool Alphabet City and over to the art enclave that [...]

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The History of Dylan’s Candy Bar

12/20/2013

Ask anyone with a sweet tooth and they’ll tell you: if you’re craving a sugar fix in New York City, there’s no better place to scratch your itch than Dylan’s Candy Bar. The candy-coated mecca, founded by entrepreneur Dylan Lauren, opened the doors of its flagship store on 60th Street and 3rd Avenue in 2001–a [...]

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