Lou Snitkin - New York Apartments

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This year Earth Day (April 22nd) will be celebrating 40 years of inspiring people to be aware of, and appreciate, the Earth's delicate environment.  The event was the brainchild of US Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970, and began as an environmental "teach-in." It is now celebrated all over the world...
The Dakota's exterior harkens to the North German Renaissance style of architecture, with its high gables, deep roofs, and a profusion of terra cotta spandrels and panels, dormers, niches, balustrades, and balconies. The layout and floor plan, however, have a strong French influence that was used...
Three illuminated finials top off the towers of what is unmistakably one of the three grandest, most prestigious residential buildings on Manhattan's Upper Westside. The Beresford, The Dakota, and The San Remo, each have their own advocates who list the merits of their favorite.  The San Remo is ...
Designed by Bottomley, Wagner, & White, River House was built in 1931. The sought after Sutton Place community was mostly tenements when River House was erected, and created an unusual dichotomy of lifestyles. The wealthy residents could be swimming in the building's pool (while the odor of the n...
The twin towers of the San Remo has made it one of the most recognizable facades in Manhattan, and it has made guest appearances in more movies and TV programs than I'd care to count. Considered to be New York City's most beautiful apartment building, it has maintained its reputation as one of th...
The Upper Eastside of Manhattan is the home of one of the country's greatest concentrations of individual wealth, due to the population density and high per-capita income. It's a diverse neighborhood that begins at 59th Street, and goes as far as 96th Street, from Central Park to the East River. ...
I was at a Round-table meeting yesterday with the Senior Risk Manager at Fannie Mae for Project (Building) Standards, a VP at Bank of America who is a Group Operations Manager, the Branch Manager of a large Midtown Manhattan branch of the Bank of America, and a transactional Real Estate attorney....
My crystal ball has a crack in it, and the image is fuzzy.  At least that's how it feels when I sit down to figure out where the real estate market is headed.  Every day we hear conflicting reports, and the prognosticators seem to change their minds regularly.  The stock market roller coaster has...
News Flash: My past NYC Real Estate Newsletters are now available online. In addition to insight into the New York and Manhattan Real Estate market, the newsletters include tips and event listings.  If you would like to receive future issues, please click on the "Join Our Mailing List" link.   Vi...
Kips Bay is a quiet, understated neighborhood in New York, situated between Murray Hill and Gramercy Park on Manhattan's Eastside.  One of the most notable residential properties is the I.M. Pei designed "Kips Bay Towers."  Built in 1961, the complex surrounds a beautiful three-acre garden. Kips ...

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