neighborhood: Harlem Neighborhood Market Report - 10/01/11 08:37 AM
Harlem was established in 1658 by the Dutch and named Nieuw Harlem after the Dutch city of Harlem. This large section of Manhattan real estate has a deep spirit, culture and history.
Apartment buyers can explore new buildings that range in size and style from studios to three-bedroom condos, co-ops to luxury lofts, along with renovated historic brownstones and townhouses. 
Developers have converted brownstone, shells of buildings and narrow vacant lots into condominium apartments. For Harlem home buyers, this wave of condo conversion in Harlem provides an opportunity to live in a neighborhood with small-scale buildings. Harlem zoning does not allow … (8 comments)

neighborhood: West End Avenue: Manhattan Neighborhood, A Special Place To Live! - 03/31/10 03:31 AM

The West End neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most beautiful and quiet residential neighborhoods. The majority of buildings along West End Avenue are architecturally distinctive pre-war coops. West End Avenue has the longest stretch of pre-war architecture and ambience in Manhattan. From neo Renaissance to Art Deco, West End Avenue is a neighborhood, an address with its own special cachet.
WEA has stretches of late nineteenth century town houses and several churches and synagogues, but it is almost entirely made up of handsome residential buildings built in the first decades of the twentieth century. The near total absence of … (2 comments)

neighborhood: Manhattan Neighborhood Market Report: TRIBECA Real Estate Guide - 04/11/07 04:03 PM
TRIBECA -  10013  - The name is an abbreviation of: TRIANGLE BELOW CANAL
Tribeca, Manhattan's downtown neighborhood runs from Canal Street south to Park Place, and from the Hudson River east to Broadway. Tribeca's charming cobblestone streets are lined with spacious residential loft buildings that were converted from industrial warehouses. There are new glass condo lofts, restaurants and boutiques.
Tribeca only became one of Manhattan's most fashionable places to live in the last 15 years. The neighborhood has evolved from an in expensive area where shopkeeper's and artisans, who could not afford the higher rents along the East River, built their wooden houses in the 18th century. After the Civil War, the … (4 comments)

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