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Parkours anyone?  I was recently in Central Park, and saw what I thought was a woman chasing a man; and he was trying to escape.  They were climbing over rocks, running over benches, and running over the tops of railings. If he was running behind her I may have tried to do something chivalrous, b...
03/08/2010
556 Third Avenue  Penthouse E  - The Aurora Condo offers a magnificent 3500 square feet whole floor penthouse home. This Model apt is built with exceptional finishes and quality unexcelled. Four bedrooms, a library, dining room, live-in quarters and grand windowed eat-in-kitchen.Exquisite unobstr...
03/04/2010
"When you're a Jet, you're a Jet all the way. From your first cigarette, to your last dying day....... "  West Side Story is touted by many as one of the greatest musicals ever staged.  The truth is, it was based on the real life drama during the 50's and 60's in the area of Manhattan known as "H...
03/04/2010
The experiment has been declared a success, and the pedestrian mall along Broadway is going to be a permanent enhancement to life in and around the Theatre District. Mayor Bloomberg announced that "Green Light for Manhattan" has achieved its goals of improving traffic flow and making the area saf...
03/02/2010
Imagine....  If you enter Central Park on the Westside at 72nd Street, on the path to Strawberry Fields you will come upon the Imagine mosaic on the ground, set there to honor John Lennon. It was a gift from Naples, Italy, and is a replica of a mosaic found in Pompeii. Countless people stop there...
02/24/2010
Crommessie Vly was a brook that flowed through a gully that is now 21st Street, into the East River at 18th Street. The name Crommessie was Anglicized, as most of the Dutch names were, into Gramercy. The neighborhood we know as Gramercy Park encompasses the area from 14th Street to 23rdStreet, an...
02/20/2010
Open House Sunday, February 21st, 12:30 - 2:00.  225 East 36th Street, #1N Feel at home in this spacious apartment in the heart of fabulous Murray Hill in Manhattan. The two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and SEVEN closets help to make New York City living a joy. Spacious and warm, this full two bedroo...
02/20/2010
In 1639 the Dutch governor gave two Englishmen a land grant of forty acres, crossed by a creek that emptied into a bay on the East River. There are historians who attribute the name to the turtle-filled creek; while others say it had nothing to do with turtles. They believe that the name was more...
02/18/2010
Originally known as Inclenburg, what we now call Murray Hill was once a country estate. Robert Murray (a Quaker) conducted an import business, and owned Murray's Wharf at the intersection of Pearl and Wall Street in the 1750's. Robert and his wife, Mary Lindley Murray, called their country home B...
02/16/2010
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It was the 1920's, and New York was buzzing with activity.  Real estate developer Fred French had a vision. Tired of what he perceived as the ever-increasing congestion in Manhattan, he wanted to develop an urban Utopia, which would be convenient for those who worked in the Midtown area.  He chos...
01/28/2010
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