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2010 

Soho-Manhattan New York - South of Greenwich Village and west of Little Italy-Chinatown, SoHo (which stands for South of Houston) is a relatively small area bounded roughly by Broadway, the Hudson River, Houston and Canal Streets. Its primary residential properties are in the SoHo Cast Iron Histo...
12/30/2010
Upper East Side The Upper East Side is known for being New York's-possibly the country's-most elegant residential neighborhood, with streets near Park and Fifth Avenues conveying the hushed ambiance of the privileged and powerful. The majority of apartment buildings here were built between the tu...
12/30/2010
Little Italy - Chinatown Chinatown and Little Italy are two of New York's most well-known ethnic neighborhoods. Walking through the streets beneath the fire escapes of turn-of-the-century tenements, your senses are awakened by the sights, sounds, and smells of the Italian and Chinese cuisines and...
12/29/2010
At the crossroads of some of the City's most desirable residential neighborhoods, the park that anchors Union Square is bounded by 14th Street to the south, Union Square West, 17th Street to the north, and Union Square East. To the north, the Flatiron District-named for the narrow, corner-definin...
12/23/2010
Central Park South The residential area of Central Park South is small, but it offers what may be the City's most unrivaled views of Central Park, framed by the uptown city skyline. The apartments here are prewar residences, condos and co-ops, including a few available within classic hotels like ...
12/22/2010
Gramercy Surrounding a small private park (buildings and brownstones actually facing the gated park have keys), Gramercy-the entire neighborhood is an historic district-feels almost like a small village in the heart of the City. Despite its elaborate brownstones, Victorian style architecture that...
12/20/2010
Greenwich Village The West Village and Greenwich Village stretch from 14th to Houston Street between the Hudson River and Broadway, with Sixth Avenue demarcating the two neighborhoods. Known as the birthplace of the Beat movement and the folk music scene of the 1960s, Greenwich Village was once ...
12/19/2010
Today we continued to work with our buyers who are in town to search for their second/third home here in Manhattan New York. We were near Lincoln Center, Central Park area looking at many panoramic Central Park and River view condos. One building in particular were the Park Millenium Condo and Mi...
12/13/2010
Today in New York we had a very stormy, cloudy, rainy Sunday. We had some out of town international buyers that are only here for few days, so rain or shine, we were out showing them properties. We were looking at many Columbus Circle area condos. Many of the Columbus Circle condos such as Time w...
12/12/2010
Holiday Season is one of the best time to be out in New York at night. All the festive lights and decorations are out and about. We worked hard this week even though it is almost holiday, we followed up with some of our buyers to encourage them to make some serious offers and discussed the pricin...
12/10/2010
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