Lauren Price

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

Excellent credentials: Real Estate, Travel, Luxury. A native New Yorker, I've also resided in Los Angeles, London and Paris. Work: The WSJ, NY Magazine, NY Times, MSN, Bing, NY Post, NY Observer, NY Sun, Luxury Travel Advisor, Travel Agent, Downtown Express, The Villager, East Villager, Chelsea Now, World of Cruising, Porthole, Cruise Critic, Haute Living, Chicago Bride, AAA Going Places, Elliman Magazine, NY Living, Avenue, Manhattan Living, Juli B, Social Affairs, Northstar Media, Onboard Media, CMG, CityRealty. Travels: Alaska, Africa, Bermuda, British Victoria, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, Caribbean, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dubai, Egypt, Finland, France, Galapagos, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Maldives, Maylasia, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Scotland, Switzerland, Taipei, Turkey, Tanzania,Thailand and Vietnam.


17 Years
16 Years
Other, Specify
17 Years


16 Years
Real Estate
11 Years
17 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
17 Years
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
17 Years
Online/new media
10 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

17 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

AAA Going Places (3-5), Cruise Magazine (3-5), Departures (3-5), Elliman Magazine (1-2), Avenue (1-2), New York Oberserver (1-2), GrowingWealth Magazine (1-2), Haute Living (10+), New York Times (10+), Onboard Media (10+), Premier Hotel & Resorts (10+), Luxury Travel Advisor (10+), New York Magazine (10+), New York Post (10+), Social Affairs (10+), American Airlines (10+), Chelsea Now (10+), Downtown Express (10+), Gay City News (10+), Cruise Critic.Com (10+), World of Cruising (10+), Wall Street Journal (10+), The East Villager (10+), The Villager (10+), Travel & Leisure (10+), Bing.Com (6-10), Tennis Magazine (6-10), MSN.Com (6-10), New York Living (6-10), Luxury Hotelier (3-5), New York Sun (3-5), Ocean Home (3-5), Bon Appetit (3-5), Chicago Bride (3-5), City Scoops (3-5)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

DJK Residential (3-5), Corcoran Group (10+), Custom Marketing Group/Publicitas (6-10), Intelliguide (6-10), NYC & Company (6-10), W Hotels (6-10), Women in Commercial Real Estate (3-5), ArtSmart (1-2), Lewis Partners (1-2)

Other Work History

Director of Marketing: Westin Hotels & Resorts, Sofitel Los Angeles, Doral Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts

Foreign Language Skills

Some French


On Request



Sole writer of weekly real estate showcase (themed weekly) since 2003
In-Cabin Magazine for Celebrity Cruises
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Inserted into the Sunday Times
PDF by request
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Travel Issue
Review: Azamara Quest
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Cover story on Dubai's CEO Chris O'Donnell-Nakheel
Page 24
Click each box....
Visiting ancient ruins in Turkey, Egypt and Italy
National Edition
Page 126 Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts' Gresham Palace in Budapest and Punta Mita in Mexico
Page 50: Prestigous travel trade publication
Special Section
Special Advertising Section
Cornelia W. Barr, Senior Editor, says, "You have done a great job with it--I think you've really tuned into our style, my dear. Did just what we needed..."
Special Advertising Section
Special Section
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Lindsay Lambert, Associate Managing Editors says, "Ruthanne Terraro (Editor-in-Chief) really raves about your work. We're glad to have you!" Page 26
Real estate booklet inserted into the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, NY Daily News, etc.
Page 62 Cover Story: Diane Neal of Law & Order: SVU
Carolyn Brown, Editor, says, "Hi, Lauren. Just have to say -- have finally had a quiet minute to read through Athens -- and I've been there -- and you did an awesome job. Just awesome"...
Virginia tourism
Trump Cover Story
Trump in Dubai
Page 48
See last entry
Two Page Spread, pages 37-38
Ruthanne Terraro, Editor-in-Chief says "Lauren, very nice job, as always, thanks"! Page 37
Page 50 Elizabeth Stribling Profile
Appears weekly. Author of 36 of 46 issues each year since 2004
Juli B, Publisher says, "Absolutely perfect! Thank you so much" ...
London, Johannesburg, Paris, San Francisco and Siem Reap "click on city tabs"
Sara Munoz, Editor, says "Excellent. Love it!'
Special Advertising Section
"Great job," said Editor Sarah Munoz.
Erich Berger says, "Great job.
Special Advertising Section
The most prestigous travel trade publication, worldwide.
Writier Since Weekly Inception in 2004
Special Advertising Section
Lana Bortolot, Editor, say: Baldwin Formals says it's the best we've ever written about him..."
Page 58
Special Advertising Section
In-Cabin Magazine for Royal Caribbean Cruises
Sole writer of monthly magazine inserted into the newspaper since 2010
Lana Bortolot, Editor, says, "Great job! I want to write for all my travel sections"...
Jenny Bronson, Editor, says, "Just wonderful. I love it"...
Special Advertising Section
Carolyn Brown, Editor says, "I LOVE IT. Some wonderful observations, tips, etc. and I love your "voice". You did a great job with the details..."
PDF coming soon.
Carolyn Brown, Editor, says" ...Loved it. Fantastic, thanks. As always! Really great job, though. Just made me smile"...
Read online beginning with Page 16
Cornelia Wright Barr, Senior Editor, says..."What a great job! Your access of new information was great, your bead on the neighborhoods and new trends terrific, and your tone pulled this report out of the triteness quagmire that so many of them can sink into. I am overwhelmed by the amount of work you put into this." World’s largest business-to-business publisher of travel-oriented information (i.e. Travel Weekly, Hotel & Travel Index, Meetings & Conventions, STAR Service Online. Formerly Weissmann Travel Reports--it is leading authority on travel destinations around the world and is licensed to Yahoo.Com for their city guides.
La Samanna in St. Maarten
Special Advertising Section
Special Advertising Section
Carolyn Brown, Editor says, "Reading it now, loving it"!
Trump Sr. & Trump Jr. on Family and Future Projects
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Sole Writer for New Monthly Real Estate Magazine through 2010
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Excerpt: What are the new hot neighborhoods? Will 2008 be one for the record books? Some of REBNY's members-among the most successful brokers and developers in the city-talk about where they are setting their sights for the coming year. Considered the fastest-growing neighborhood for new development, the Wall Street area is no longer just about high finance and hedge funders' power breakfasts. Although it is still a neighborhood defined by skyscrapers towering over narrow, cobblestone streets framed in iconic edifices, such as the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve Bank, it is a developer's paradise for trophy homes with fairly high ticket prices, be they brand new or converted from bank and corporate headquarters buildings. In an area no longer considered tertiary, dozens of tony shops are popping up almost daily, including Tiffany, Hermes, Thomas Pink, Canali and BMW.
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Page 140 [Issue also includes my features on three other hotels: Hotel Gansevort, Hotel London and the Park Hyatt Washington.]
"Very good. Just the right tone for the pet-hardythe piece was adorable," said Managing Editor Phyllis Stingler. "Yours is the best piece in the October issue."
Cornelia W. Barr, Senior Editor, says, "You've worked your magic once again!
Lanesborough Hotel, Page 32
It's showtime Earvin "Magic" Johnson is all over the place with all kinds of projects. The former hoopster, who's one of the developers of Fort Greene's One Hanson Place (the old Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building - where The Post reported Wednesday, a penthouse condo is going for $3 million) and a condo building at 145 Park Place in Park Slope, seems to be scoring big in Brooklyn. And now he wants to go for a slam-dunk in New Jersey, too. Our Lauren Price reports that Johnson's Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund will announce a new ground-up residential project in Harrison, N.J., within the month. Another development in Elizabeth, N.J., a conversion of an old industrial property, is on the drawing board. No word on whether either of these projects will have their own basketball court. Johnson, who's already a movie-theater mogul with a multiplex in Harlem, continues to scour Brooklyn, Harlem, The Bronx, Queens and New Jersey for new projects.
Living in Long Island City