Welcome to blvd.

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With spring on the horizon, I am proud to share with you another exciting new product from Anton: blvd. This new luxury publication features the best of Gold Coast real estate, style & fashion, design & décor, dining and so much more, all in one place. You’ll notice the new, larger page size of this publication (we call it a broadsheet), which is suitable for this kind of luxury.

With real estate as the main focus of our launch issue, we chat with Realtors from Douglas Elliman and Coach Realtors about trends in the real estate market and what buyers and sellers are looking at when it comes to both the interior and exterior style of a home that best suits their lifestyle. For those looking to downsize, Beechwood Homes highlights why townhouse living may be the right choice for you, as it has become a popular option for
empty nesters.

And as we all get ready to welcome spring, consider adding this year’s Pantone color, Living Coral, to your décor inside as you become one with nature by getting creative with your backyard landscaping. Need some inspiration? Consider a tour of the Gold Coast’s extravagant and historic mansions from another era.

Our blvd. II lifestyles section features high-end skin care products perfect for rehydrating your body from winter’s chill, as well as the best sleeping tips from DUXIANA’s experts on how to achieve a good night’s rest. Restock your closet with the latest looks from St. John and designer Tadashi Shoji, whose fall/winter collection is hot on the runway of New York Fashion Week. You can develop a real appetite while shopping, so it’s a good thing we spotlighted our top picks for restaurants on Long Island that span from Syosset-Jericho in the east and Garden City in the west, all the way up to the North Shore.

And if you and yourself in Manhattan, make a reservation at any one of chef, restaurateur and author Lidia Bastianich’s eateries as she shares what she loves about Italian cuisine. At the end of the day, curl up with a good book in your own personalized private library, courtesy of the literary architects at The Strand Bookstore.

I hope you enjoy blvd. as much as we have enjoyed creating it, and I wish you a refreshing and blooming spring season.

Angela Susan Anton
Publisher

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