Travel + Leisure announcing Hotel Peter & Paul on their 2019 “It List" as 1 of the 19 properties around the world.
"Known for its eye-catching modern hotels and model units, from the bustling streets of New York City to the sandy beaches of Florida, ASH NYC, an AD100 firm, is heading out West with the opening of a new staging office in Los Angeles. "
Curbed New York features ASH Staging's latest project, the Ettore Sottass-designed triplex penthouse at the famed Hotel Des Artistes on the Manhattan's Upper West Side. ASH was brought on by Million Dollar Listing star Steve Gold as he worked to streamline and reposition the property before listing.
Mic features the Siren Hotel in the article hightlighting Detroit as one of the best places to travel in 2019. The story specifically acknowledges Candy Bar and Albena as food & beverage destinations within the hotel.
Architectural Digest highlights Candy Bar at The Siren Hotel in their guide to "The Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Each State in America.”
"Hearkening back to retro Detroit, particularly its jazz clubs, this brand-new bar inside Siren Hotel—which opened last spring—is awash in pink, made even more dramatic under dim lighting.”
"Albena, one of Detroit’s most anxiously awaited restaurants, has just opened its reservation books. The small, eight-seat tasting menu restaurant from chef Garrett Lipar is tucked away on the ground floor of the Siren Hotel and has been in the works for more than two years."
Eater Detroit features the seven restaurants and bars set to open in the Siren Hotel, including a tasting counter helmed by James Beard semifinalist Garrett Lipar and a lobby cafe from the team behind Bay City-based Populace Coffee.
ASH Staging's recent project at 33 Greene Street in Soho is featured on Curbed New York. After failing to find a buyer in over a year on the market, the four bedroom loft - formerly owned by artists John Currin and Rachel Feinstein and listed by The Wesoky Team at Compass - sold within one week of completion.
ASH Staging's recent project at 44 Monroe Place is featured on Curbed New York. The historic home, one of the oldest in Brooklyn Heights, was listed by Paul Murphy and Tyler Schaeffer of The Corcoran Group and went into contract shortly after completion.
ASH Staging's project at Kushner Companies' 27 Monroe Place is featured on Curbed New York. The 7,000 square foot townhouse is set to become Brooklyn's most expensive home after going into contract with an asking pricing of $16 million.
Providence Business News features 32 Custom House, ASH NYC's latest project in Providence, Rhode Island. With two model units furnished by ASH Staging, the building was fully leased within six weeks and will welcome its retail tenant, KNEAD Doughnuts, in mid-December.
ASH NYC is featured in Details for 2015 for the design of a West Village residence on Barrow Street. "This elegant and cool pad is loaded with minimal style that's stark, but in the best way possible. Here are a few easy-to-apply-to-your-own-place design moves you can steal from it's stellar ASH NYC developed look."
ASH NYC has begun work on a massive mixed-use project on Himrod Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn that will be a mix of new construction and a rehabilitation of the late Victorian nineteenth century Dannenhoffer's Opalescent Glassworks factory buildimg.
ASH NYC's Will Cooper and Andrew Bowen are interviewed by Lonny for staging tips alongisde their recently completed project at HFZ Capital's Fifty Third and Eighth condominium development in Midtown Manhattan. "The designers of ASH NYC take staging to a new level by making a certain lifestyle a tangible, beautifully decorated thing that you can walk around in."
ASH NYC is featured as one of Architectural Digest's "Ones to Watch" for 2015. "Equal parts design firm, real-estate developer, and lifestyle think tank, this Brooklyn-based practice has a gift for revamping historic, often industrial spaces into seductive, of-the-moment environments."
Six years after moving to New York, Ari Heckman helms his own design and development firm and just wrapped his first project, which attracted 250 prospective buyers to a six-unit condominium for its first open house on a frigid January night and sold out that very night.