This Designer’s NYC Apartment Has Big Texas Style (And an Even Bigger Backstory)

This Designer’s NYC Apartment Has Big Texas Style (And an Even Bigger Backstory)

NEW YORK—Stepping inside this Gramercy Park apartment is a spiritual experience. “When you walk in, you know you’ve entered some place like no other,” muses interior designer and homeowner Lucinda Loya. And not just because of its modern-day design splendor. Indeed, the building was developed in the Gilded Age by Manhattan socialite and developer Rutherford Stuyvesant, so, naturally, it’s one of the most historied residences in the city.

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