I have been writing about real estate, architecture and design in New York City and beyond for a decade. I began covering these topics across Brooklyn, New York for Brownstoner.com in 2010. Since then I’ve covered the unique role of elevators inside super-luxury, super-skinny towers (WSJ), what it’s like to full-time on a yacht (WSJ), the Century 21 revamp (Entrepreneur) and the role of ramps in the fight for building accessibility (the Atlantic). I even traveled to the top of the earth — Kiruna, Sweden — to figure out the role of a new city hall in the relocation of an entire city built atop an iron ore mine.
I contributed to the House of the Day column for Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section from 2017 to 2021, when the column ceased publication. You can view that work here.
I also write sponsored and marketing content for real estate and architectural clients, including the luxury condo platform LX Collection, marketing firm Conway+Partners, the architecture firm Henning Larsen and real estate firms like Douglas Elliman and Compass. If interested in marketing, copywriting or sponsored work, please email me at email@example.com.
Old Company. Troubled Industry. Inside the Effort to Reboot Century 21, Entrepreneur
As Condo Towers Get Taller, Elevators Rise to the Challenge, Wall Street Journal
I Live in a Castle in NYC, New York Post
A City Program for Senior Roommates Wins Raves, Observer
Kansas City’s Quest for a Real Housing Policy, Next City
What a 2020 Recession Would Mean for Your Home Buying Dreams, Apartment Therapy
Brooklyn Brewery Taps Navy Yard for Expansion, Wall Street Journal
Now When You Shop Local, You Can Pay Local, Too, The Bridge
Can Zoning Actually Save Manufacturing Space in San Francisco?, Next City
How a Detroit Landmark Built a Space for Creative, Minority-Owned Businesses, Next City
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN
How Wheelchair Accessibility Ramped Up, The Atlantic
Toward an Architecture of Healing, Pelican Bomb
A Modern Pyramid Rises Next to MoMA, Wall Street Journal
The Community Hub of the Future is City Hall, Fast Company
How One NYC Museum Sparks Architects Most Radical Work, Curbed
Elevating the Role of Architects as Advocates for Equitable Housing, Next City
Conversations About Confederate Monuments in Former Confederate Capital, Next City
“Asian Woman Architect”; Minnette de Silva’s Vision of Tropical Modernism, Pelican Bomb