new york city real estate: Spotlight on Battery Park City! - 03/21/19 10:41 AM

 
Manhattan’s Battery Park City is a 92-acre planned community at the southwestern tip of the island. Almost a third of the space is parkland, affording residents stunning water views as well as plenty of open spaces for recreation.  Battery Park City is bounded on the east by West Street, which separates the area from the Financial District of lower Manhattan. To the west, north, and south, the area is surrounded by the Hudson River.
 
Walk along The Esplanade to enjoy the stunning views, or visit one of the many parks in Battery Park City, including the dramatic Teardrop Park. Battery Park City is truly its own little city, with everything you might need! Residents … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: Spotlight on Nolita - 03/13/19 06:44 PM
Nolita. One of the Best Neighborhoods in New York City
Picturesque Nolita is a charming, upscale area with a trendy vibe. It's known for its chic shopping scene and has plenty of designer jewelry shops, unique clothing boutiques, and home-design stores. Fashionably casual crowds stroll the neighborhood and fill the popular sidewalk cafes, chic bars, and trendy restaurants. On weekends, street vendors selling hand-made jewelry and artwork line Prince Street.
If New York is the city of dreams, then Nolita is the fairy tale inside it. It's such an inspiring part of NYC that even Vanessa Carlton actually wrote a song, "Nolita Fairytale," about it. This … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: Spotlight on Tribeca! - 02/06/19 06:51 AM
 
 
Tribeca – shortened from Triangle Below Canal Street – is a hip, diverse, exciting neighborhood bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and either Chambers or Vesey Streets. It’s home to artists, actors, business moguls, and young professionals who are attracted to the energy and diversity of the neighborhood. 
In the early 70’s, artists populated Tribeca, making use of new zoning laws, which meant they could live/work in the same space. Once the center of textile and cotton trade, Tribeca residents began converting former industrial buildings – abandoned and inexpensive - into residential buildings and lofts and lay the groundwork for the happening neighborhood it is today.
Tribeca is a sought after neighborhood for home buyers; large … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: Spotlight on the Flatiron District! - 01/30/19 08:01 AM
The Flatiron District is a neighborhood in New York City, named after the famous Flatiron Building (one of the oldest skyscrapers in Manhattan) at 23rd Street, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue. The Flatiron District boundaries are 20th Street, Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south; the Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue) or Seventh Avenue and Chelsea to the west; 25th Street and NoMad to the north; Rose Hill to the northeast, and Lexington Avenue/Irving Place, Gramercy Park to the east.
Broadway cuts through the middle of the district. At the north end of the neighborhood is Madison Square Park, and also includes the Ladies' Mile Historic District and the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt, which is a National Historic Site. The Flatiron District is steeped in history, while also remaining an active and … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: Soho! Celebrating Manhattan neighborhoods - 01/21/19 12:13 PM

South of Greenwich Village and west of Little Italy – shorted to SoHo – this bustling neighborhood is a small area with boundaries of Broadway, the Hudson River, Houston and Canal Streets. Residential homes primarily sit in the Cast Iron Historic District, with a mix of some of the finest shopping in New York City!
Residents enjoy both the bustle that comes with world-renowned shopping at their doorstep and the relaxed charm of cobblestone streets and classic architecture. Everyone else stops by to enjoy everything else SoHo has to offer! Charming boutiques and galleries mixed with international designers like Chanel and Prada line the streets. … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: One Family Home for Sale! 245 Highlawn Ave, Brooklyn, NY - 10/13/17 07:38 AM
 
 
One Family Home for Sale! 245 Highlawn Ave, Brooklyn, NY 

Super cute stone-faced one family home for sale; semi-attached with private driveway. Located in Gravesend, Brooklyn, conveniently located to all transportation and shopping. This beautiful home for sale has been gutted and updated - entry to cathedral ceiling front sitting room. Amazing! Open floor plan, lots of light, spacious rooms - you won't want to miss this Brooklyn home for sale.
 
Beautiful wood floors accentuate the bright living room and formal dining room. The Gravesend home for sale is a real find - updated plumbing, electric, roof & windows. So many special details in … (7 comments)

new york city real estate: Life on the Lower East Side! - 01/18/16 04:35 AM

 
Life on the Lower East Side!
 
Historically the epicenter of New York City’s immigrant cultures, the Lower East Side has slowly transformed into one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods. Today the area is a melting pot of historic Jewish and German vestiges and newly built boutique shops and fashionable eateries.
The Lower East Side is a popular spot for bar-hopping, and other nightlife. Some of the best downtown music venues are located in the area. There are also numerous restaurants, ranging from expensive, fashionable spots to hidden hole-in-the-wall gems. Shopping ranges from upscale boutiques, to contemporary art galleries, to vintage clothing and jewelry stores, … (0 comments)

new york city real estate: South Street Seaport - What To Do! - 01/18/16 04:13 AM
South Street Seaport - What To Do!
The South Street Seaport is an historic area of New York City, located in Manhattan. It is situated next to the financial district and bounded by the East River. The area is a designated historic district and features some of the oldest architecture in Manhattan with a large number of restored 19th century commercial buildings. The Seaport features renovated mercantile buildings and historic sailing ships, as well as modern shops and nightlife.
Visitors to the area should make sure to make time for the South Street Seaport Museum. Founded in 1967, the museum has served … (0 comments)

 
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