Living Large: 1800s Masterpiece In The Heart Of The VillageThe oldest remaining wood frame house in Greenwich Village is a standout, from it's history and design to the secrets it holds.
Report: Amazon's Bezos To Live Large At Top Of NYC SkyscraperCBS2 first gave you a look at the show-stopping views at 212 Fifth Ave. in our weekly edition of Living Large. Now, that Manhattan mansion in the sky is reportedly getting a new tenant.
Living Large: Park Avenue's New Condo Offers Glamour, PrivacyIt's rare to find a new construction that captures the essence of a glamorous New York apartment, but a new build on a quintessential avenue does exactly that.
Living Large: No Expense Spared On Extraordinary Brookville MansionA small village on Long Island is home to a luxurious residence, filled with over the top touches.
Living Large: Meatpacking District's Stunning Porter HouseIn the heart of Manhattan's Meatpacking District lies the Porter House -- not the expensive cut of meat, but an ultra-luxurious residential development.
Living Large: Spectacular Gilded Age Victorian In Upper NyackMore than a century ago, an extraordinary home was a jewel in the crown of a small Rockland County village.
Living Large At The Getty Residences In ChelseaThe site of a former gas station in Chelsea is now a premiere location for some of Manhattan's most exclusive apartments.
Living Large: Manhattan's Mansion In The SkyOne of the very first skyscrapers in New York City has been meticulously restored, and is now home to an extraordinary triplex penthouse.
Living Large: Hidden Gem Beach House In AsharokenImagine living in your own private getaway, a home located in a town that has become an under-the-radar destination. One place in particular has all the amenities and none of the crowds.
Living Large: The Crown Jewel Of Central Park SouthCBS2's Natalie Duddridge toured a home that has one of the most stunning views this city has to offer in this week's edition of Living Large.
Living Large: Amazing 25,000 Square-Foot Home In Saddle RiverLess than 30 miles from the center of Manhattan lies an estate that would look equally at home in the French countryside.