Interior designer Iris Dankner and Frette textile company celebrated the annual kick-off of Holiday House NYC and the release of the anniversary book, 10 Years of Decorating for a Cure, at 252 East 57th Street.
Hosted on the 34th Floor Club, the soiree was attended by Stribling’s Pamela D’Arc, who is listing the just-released penthouse upstairs for $37.5 million.
Other guests included Daytime Emmy Award winning TV producer Amy Rosenblum, Love Actually actress Meredith Ostrom, Kate Rumson, the creative force behind The Real Houses of Instagram, and Frette CEO Filippo Arnaboldi.
Holiday House NYC was founded by Danker in 2008 as the first designer showhouse in New York City to benefit a breast cancer organization, attracting leading designers to transform Academy Mansion on the Upper East Side each fall.
Holiday House has since created a summer expansion in the Hamptons and is now established as one of the premiere showhouses in the country.
Proceeds from Holiday House events benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which was founded by Evelyn Lauder in 1993.
San Jose Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer is selling his home in Madison, New Jersey for $1.269 million.
According to Realtor.com, DeBoer bought the property when he was coaching the New Jersey Devils in 2011. He paid $1.025 million for the 3,023 s/f house.
The Colonial-style home, built in 2009, sits on a quarter-acre lot. It has hardwood floors throughout, a family room with a gas fireplace and a front entrance with a covered porch.
The DeBoer family renovated the property after moving in.
“The DeBoers finished the third floor, which is beautiful, with built-ins and could be used as an office, additional family room, or fifth bedroom,” Coldwell Banker’s Kristin Winter told Realtor.com.
“They also finished the basement, which has a full bath, built-ins, and lots of storage options.”
After he was fired in 2014, DeBoer’s family continued to live in the home. He was hired by the Sharks in May 2015.
In a New York Times profile, DeBoer said that he stayed in the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom house whenever the Sharks played the New York Islanders and the New York Rangers.