David Duncan Makes Front Page of NYT Real Estate

David Duncan, photo by Todd Heisler

David Duncan ’84 has made the front page of the New York Times "Real Estate" section discussing his antique shop on East 60th Street in Manhattan.

Having leased a storefront in the neighborhood—"the design center of New York"—since 1990, Duncan recently decided to purchase a townhouse in the area. It took some renovating, but the brownstone from the 1870s is where he now works and resides.

Learn more about Duncan's exciting life and work (including one of his more recent acquisitions, a rescued dog named Birdie) in the article "Objects from the Lively Past," complete with photos of Duncan's beautiful home and showroom. 

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Published: May 13, 2014