There’s a reason people borrow from the language of anatomy to describe a city: the daily pace of life is its pulse; the thoroughfares its vital arteries; the neighborhoods its heart, each with its own unique beat. Cities are living—always moving, always growing, always evolving. And, yet, despite the constant change, they have a fundamental character that defines them—and, in turn, shapes the people who live there, too. It’s a symbiotic relationship, and everyone has a role to play.
Chef Melissa Perello, a talented restaurateur with an equally visionary design sense, ventures south from San Francisco to Los Angeles to open her third, and most ambitious, restaurant yet.
Having cut his teeth as a lieutenant for boldface names such as Martha Stewart and Ralph Lauren before taking up the creative mantle at Related Companies, Stephen Earle is now bringing his discerning eye to bear on one of Manhattan’s most ambitious residential development projects to date.