Vandenberg in the New York Times


Once again Dexter lent his expertise to the New York Times, as Manhattan’s townhouse expert…. The New York Times On 86th Street, a Town House Awaits Former Glory By Elizabeth A. Harris September 5, 2010 CAST your mind back for a moment to New York City in 1979. Remember the graffiti that plastered every inch […]

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The Cosby House: Brownstones in Pop Culture


The cast of The Cosby Show Last year, “The Cosby Show” celebrated the 25th anniversary of the beloved Huxtable family. In celebration of this milestone anniversary, Vandenberg – The Townhouse Experts TM, would like to take a look at one of the most well-known brownstones in television history. Seen in multiple episodes, many memorable scenes […]

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Brownstones in Pop Culture: Nero Wolfe


Vandenberg THE NERO WOLFE STORIES Rex Stout’s fictional detective Nero Wolfe lives in a luxurious and comfortable New York City brownstone on West 35th Street. Because there are no actual brownstones in that part of New York; the producers used the exterior of 44 West 76th street for the A&E TV series A Nero Wolfe […]

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Vandenberg in the New York Times!


Joshua Bright for The New York Times YIKES! IT’S A GARAGEBy FRED A. BERNSTEIN Published: August 1, 2010 in the New York Times It’s been a busy week at Vandenberg. Dexter was quoted in the New York Times on Sunday. The article is about Manhattan townhouses with garages and driveways. The quote is as follows: […]

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