Eileen's New York City Manhattan Real Estate Blog

Follow me
By
Real Estate Agent - Douglas Elliman Real Estate
New York City Real Estate, First Time investor, First Time buyer, Oversea Investor, Chinese and European foreign nationals, Short Sale, Condominium, Co-Op, Union Square, Midtown East, Upper West Side, Chelsea, Downtown Manhattan, Apartment, 1031 Exchange.

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2011 

We are Upper West Side residents, we love the parks around us. We enjoy our walks to Riverside Parks and Central park. Our favorite spot in Central Park has to be the reservoir. We had a chance this week to go for a walk up by the reservoir and the weather was beautiful. 
08/31/2011
Buying a Manhattan New York Condo as parents buying for children, you should PLAN AHEAD, and speak with all the parties involved (not you and your child but rather the right mortgage consultant/banker, accountant, a knowledgeable Manhattan Real Estate attorney, but first, you should contact us (...
08/31/2011
Central Park Apartments with terrace Have you been looking for a Central Park Condo with a terrace or outdoor space? There are very few buildings that have that rare of all Manhattan condominium features, your very own outdoor space. Having your very own private terrace or balcony is a highly des...
08/29/2011
I am a Chinese Speaking Real Estate agent in New York, myself and my team are fluent in Mandarin, Shanghainese, and other Chinese dialects. We often helped many buyers from out of town such as New Jersey, California, Vancouver Canada, or out of the country buyers from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and...
08/28/2011
Sunday after Hurricane Irene, we decided to go for a walk in the park since the weather looks stable and there are many other Manhattanites out and about especially the mass transit is still shut off. Central Park looks just like another Sunday with many joggers, bicyclists, strollers and tourist...
08/28/2011
Greenwich Village is a historically rich and desirable neighborhood in the downtown area of Manhattan New York City. A residential neighborhood that was the center and home to 20th Century artistic and cultural movements.  Originally a rural area in the 18th Century, Greenwich Village was outside...
08/27/2011
Here are some Hurricane Irene update for Metor area of New York city: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo says: "The MTA will institute a system-wide shut-down when trains and buses begin their final runs starting at approximately noon on Saturday in the interest of public safety and to ensure that the syst...
08/27/2011
Here in Manhattan New York, New Yorkers are busy going to the stores buying water, can foods, and other hurricane/storm neccessities. We are gathering some food ourselves along with flash lights to prepare the hurricane. Some tips for New Yorkers: Have a flash light, extra batteries, bottled wate...
08/26/2011
Library Upper West Side The Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan has a number of different New York Public Library locations.  The different locations each have different hours of operations and specific programs that they feature.  To get more information about library hours, go to the New ...
08/26/2011
RIVERSIDE BLVD Manhattan New York Riverside Boulevard is the location of the Trump Park Buildings and now the Extell Development Buildings in the Upper West Side. Not to be confused with Riverside Drive which starts at 72nd St and goes north, Riverside Boulevard starts at 72nd St and goes SOUTH. ...
08/24/2011
Rainmaker
732,603

Eileen Hsu

LICENSED REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
Ask me a question
*
*
*
*
Spam prevention

Additional Information