Oops, it looks like you’re using a web browser our site no longer supports. For the best viewing experience, please use one of the following:
Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox.
Log in

Not registered? Create an account
Already have an account? Log In

Photo of the Week: Harbingers of Autumn

Agents // Aug 23, 2013


Not that we’re wishing summer away, but who would expect to see apples growing from a tree in the middle of New York City? This image was captured by Limor Nesher in Harlem’s Strivers’ Row, three rows of townhouses in western Harlem on West 138th and West 139th between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Each of the Strivers’ Row houses is a designated landmark, and they are collectively recognized as a gem of New York City architecture. Who needs the Farmer’s Market when you can pick produce fresh right outside the door of your New York City townhouse?