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In the heart of little old New York, You'll find a thoroughfare. It's the part of little old New York That runs into Times Square. Forty-Second Street. Where the underworld can meet the elite, Forty-Second Street. (9 comments)
At 2,200 acres, Freshkills Park will be almost three times the size of Central Park and the largest park developed in New York City in over 100 years. The transformation of what was formerly the world’s largest garbage dump landfill into a productive and beautiful cultural destination will make the park a symbol of renewal and an expression of how our society can restore balance to its landscape. In addition to providing a wide range of recreational opportunities, including many uncommon in the city, the park’s design, ecological restoration and cultural and educational programming will emphasize (6 comments)
ILSA - Interstate Land Sales Disclosure Act Update 2012 - 09/21/12 07:34 AM
Elected officials, led by Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, have introduced a bi-partisan bill, the Interstate Land Sales Disclosure Act Update 2012, to give condominium developers and their lenders some clarity about federal disclosure requirements as the economy continues to recover. Enacted in 1969, the Interstate Land Sales Act (ILSA) was created to protect consumers of undeveloped land, mostly out-of-state buyers, from false advertising and provide a right of action to rescind contracts. ILSA was not intended to regulate built developments and high-rise unit sales. ILSA was not applied to high-rise condominiums until 2008 when the real estate market crashed and purchasers’ lawyers (2 comments)
"Real estate is local" Gary Shilling Knows Nothing - 09/20/12 05:21 AM
A broken clock gets the time right twice a day... Gary Shilling, a broken record has never been right. This week the media had numerous articles about the "so-called" famous economist Gary Shilling not ready to call the national housing market a bottom yet. In fact, he expects prices to drop another 20 percent from here and doesn't think we will see a bottom in the market for another several years. Is Gary a day late and a dollar short? HA Doeas anyone care what he thinks? Is there really a national housing market? I can't speak for other markets but (10 comments)
I'm proud to announce that I just sold and closed my exclusive listing at 357 West 55th Street Apartment 1-M
A pre-war art deco one bedroom in the lovely Pembroke located on one of Manhattan's prettiest blocks.
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The beautiful September day today was much like the day 11 years ago. However, today I began my day at a closing that took place in an office on the 77th floor of The Empire State Building. It took a while waiting for the bank to show up with the funds but the view of Manhattan was worth the wait.
After my closing I had to show an apartment in the Village. As I walked along Houston Street (pronouced How Stun) I saw the new Word Trade Center tower from every block I passed by (11 comments)
Back to School | NYC the Academic Capital of the World - 09/07/12 09:13 AM
NYC has more undergraduate and graduate students than Boston has people." New York City colleges and universities have become powerful magnets for talent and an excellent generator of new jobs. Recently the City approved expansion plans for Columbia and Fordham campuses and the planned tech campus on Roosevelt Island by Cornell University. Applications for admission are being accepted for the “beta” class of computer science students at Cornell NYC Tech, the new world-class applied sciences campus in New York City. This first class of full-time students will begin in January 2013, pursuing a one-year Cornell Master of Engineering degree in (15 comments)
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