When we look for New York living spaces, the one constant in advertising lingo is the "BR." Whether preceded by the number 1 or 3 or 6 or even the ubiquitous word "no," the focus is on the BR, the most essential component of all living spaces. And why not? We will sleep in our BR, we will eat in our BR, we will work in our BR and make messes in our BR, we will love and lose and live in our BR—for where else do we spend our time when we're at our most vulnerable, night after night, or day after day, during the hours in which we dream? And, just as we must pay for the BR spaces, we must pay to fill these spaces too. And an actual bed is just the... More >>>