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clinton: Manhattan Condos with Pools: Lincoln Square, Columbus Circle, Hell's Kitchen - 12/16/12 04:54 AM
Manhattan Condos with Pools | Condos with Pools in Lincoln Square | Columbus Circle | Hell's Kitchen Last year I published a popular blog about condos with pools on the Upper West Side. Due to the popularity of that post, I was asked by buyers to expand the post to include more neighborhoods and more Manhattan buildings with pools. Since most Manhattan apartment buildings are pre-war they were rarely built with pools. Today many new large construction developments are including pools, so there are more pools in more condos and condops in more Manhattan neighborhoods than ever before. While a pool (18 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.
If you're interested in selling your home let me show you how state-of the-art technology including an award winning website, social media, iPhone, android and iPad apps can make a difference. Give me a call at 347-921-HALL (4255) (6 comments)
Phase I Ready for Occupancy in 2015 While Londoner's will be proud this summer when they host the 2012 Olympics in London, Manhattanites can be proud that New York City lost the bid to London several years ago. The center piece of New York City's bid was a new Jets Football stadium to be built in midtown Manhattan at the Hudson Yards. Many Manhattanites neither wanted the stadium or the Olympics here. So instead of a football stadium and the Olympics New York City is getting a new 21st century neighborhood. What was (14 comments)
clinton: What's in A Neighborhood Name? "Hells Kitchen" or "Clinton" - 04/26/12 04:22 PM
Clinton - Hells Kitchen - Midtown West - West 50's Some still argue about the exact boundaries of Hell's Kitchen, but it's commonly considered to run from 34th to 59th Streets and from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River. The area is also known as Clinton and long-time residents use the two terms interchangeably. Some are proud to call the neighborhod "Hells Kitchen" while some prefer to say Clinton. Yesterday I was showing one of my listings in Clinton/Hells Kitchen. A pre-war Art Deco charmer at Pembroke, 357 West 55th Street. A one bedroom with sunken living room in a circa (7 comments)
Worldwide Plaza is a white glove condominium occupying a city block in Midtown Manhattan from 49th to 50th streets between 8th and 9th Avenues. The building provides the most professional full-service staff including doorman, 24-hour concierge service, and 24-hour security. Constructed in 1988 by developer William Zeckendorf, Jr., Worldwide Plaza, is a grand, Post-Modern building. Today, Worldwide Plaza is among the most distinguished luxury developments in Clinton/Midtown West.
Residences at Worldwide Plaza include a 39-story tower with (16 comments)
clinton: Manhattan Neighborhood Market Report: Clinton/Hells Kitchen Real Estate Guide - 02/27/07 12:09 AM
Clinton - Hells Kitchen - Midtown West Some still argue about the exact boundaries of Hell's Kitchen, but it's commonly considered to run from 34th to 59th Streets and from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River. The area is also known as Clinton and long-time residents use the two terms interchangeably. East of Eighth Avenue including Carnegie Hall and Time Square is considered midtown west.It has been a long time since Hell's Kitchen earned its reputation - the one from the gang fights in "West Side Story" in the 60's. Hells Kitchen has always been a neighborhood, made up of blue-collar (7 comments)
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