The City Review is a 'zine devoted to Manhattan affairs and the arts with a strong emphasis on architecture, planning, real estate, museums, books and consumer technology. The City Review is a regularly updated forum for citizens concerned about creative and constructive ways for New York to maintain, enhance and augment its legacy of urbanity and the highest achievement in the arts. Such citizens need coverage that is sophisticated, but not distractingly stylish, pertinent and relevant without being exhausting, and not without humor.
The City Review is proud to have received numerous Internet awards, which may be viewed on the Awards page.
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"Source for criticism and information on the cultural politics, architecture, art, and museum culture of Manhattan from journalist Carter Horsley. Includes voluminous essays and personalized critiques on New York's museums, parks, art collections and collectors, and all aspects of visual culture in the Big Apple. Simple interfaces and a text-heavy design make visiting this site a worthwhile exercise in reading on the Web."
The City Review, whose contents page may be accessed by clicking anywhere on the image above, is published by The City Review Inc., whose president is Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.Com, which has a very large website on New York City residential real estate at http://www.cityrealty.com that contains essays on, and ratings of, hundreds of major apartment buildings and neighborhood descriptions written by him as well as extensive information on recent transactions, comparable sales, sales trends, information on mortgages, relocation, buying and selling, maps and "Top Ten" lists.
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