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Size Mattered: Upper East Side Mansions of the Gilded Age Retain Their Cachet

Posted on: April 7, 2016

Source: Observer Author: Emily Nonko

A tour of the mansion at 12 East 79th Street reveals a building caught between two worlds. There are, of course, the home’s historic roots. It was built between 1901 and 1903 as part of a 56-foot-wide pair of houses for Charles W. Ogden, a millionaire who made his fortune in real esate, and his sister Mary. Matching façades decorated with brick, Ionic porticos and limestone trim meant to reflect the family’s wealth—such details remain intact to this day. Also intact inside Mr. Ogden’s abode, at No. 12, are elaborate plaster designs on the ceiling, a salon spanning the 28-foot width of the house and oval, wood-flanked meeting room.


New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul donates to hospital burn unit

Posted on: March 17, 2016

Source: ESPN Author: Dan Graziano   Jason Pierre-Paul continues to meet the aftermath of his life-altering fireworks accident head-on. The New York Giants defensive end, who suffered severe burns and other serious injuries (including the loss of his right index finger) last July 4, is visiting New York Presbyterian Hospital on Wednesday along with CareOne Management to present a $20,000 check to the hospital's burn unit and spend time talking to burn survivors.  

Jason Pierre-Paul donates to burn center in New York

Posted on: March 17, 2016

Source: News Day Author: Laura Albanese  

Days after the July 4 fireworks accident that blew off portions of his right hand, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul walked around the burn unit of his hospital in South Florida and gained perspective.


Jason Pierre-Paul donates $20K to New York Presbyterian burn center

Posted on: March 17, 2016

Source: Author: James Kratch   Jason Pierre-Paul has battled his way back from his now-infamous Fourth of July fireworks accident. But even as the Giants' pass rusher has been able to return to his life and to the football field, playing in eight games this past season, he has not forgotten what he experienced.  

An Upper East Side Penthouse for $31 Million

Posted on: March 11, 2016

Source: The New York Times Author: Vivian Marino A triplex penthouse atop a new condominium conversion on the Upper East Side, just a block from Central Park, with three terraces and a private roof deck, sold for $31,000,000 and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records.  

WeWork’s Adam Neumann scopes out Straus’ Whitney Condos

Posted on: February 12, 2016

Source: The Real Deal Author: Dusica Sue Malesevic After splashing big bucks on a 60-acre farm in Westchester last week, WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann once again turned to the city — eyeing a $39 million penthouse condominium unit at Daniel Straus’ Whitney Condos.  

Stars Rule The Red Carpet At CareOne’s Queen Of Hearts Ball & Casino Night To Benefit Breast Cancer Research!

Posted on: February 11, 2016

Source: Ok! Magazine Author: Ok! Staff The stars were on a lucky streak with their fashion hits when they graced the Queen of Hearts Ball & Casino Night red carpet!  

CareOne Ball Raises $1.7 Million for Breast Cancer Research

Posted on: February 10, 2016

Source: Observer Author: Jas Chana Last night, at the opulent Gustavino’s on the Upper East Side, New Jersey based health-care company CareOne held a star-studded ball raising $1.7 million for breast cancer research.  

CareOne Hosts Fundraiser to Support The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Posted on: February 10, 2016

Queen of Hearts Ball & Casino Night fundraiser will shed light on latest research and advances in treatments and raise funds to help prevent and cure the disease.  

Daniel Straus’ Whitney Condos, “the anti-Billionaires’ Row” luxury project

Posted on: February 4, 2016

Source: The Real Deal Author: Dusica Sue Malesevic In 2010, health care entrepreneur Daniel Straus saw untapped potential in an assemblage the Whitney Museum had put together on the Upper East Side — six brownstones and two townhouses.