manhattan: Manhattan Is For the Birds… (Dogs And Cats Too) - 01/16/19 12:38 PM
Being a pet owner can be a labor of love. It’s not always easy to find a building that will take you and your animal companions. Strict no pet policies in some new condos, a lack of nearby pet-friendly amenities, and hostile neighbors can make moving into a new home with Fido a tricky feat. For those who seek the best of both worlds, luxury real estate in Manhattan and the freedom to have pets, it is good to know that there is help out there. You only need to see all the dog dishes under the tables on Amsterdam Avenue to know … (28 comments)

manhattan: Cities Are More Similar Than Countries - 12/21/18 05:05 AM
You can travel a thousand miles to another big city, and feel more at home there than someone from a rural part of that country, coming to the city for the first time. When you get beyond the language, big cities are the same in many ways. There is a certain ebb and flow. For an investor to buy real estate in Manhattan, the transition from Hong Kong or Singapore for their families can actually be more fluid and familiar than for a family moving to the Big Apple from upstate New York.
 
What’s selling in upstate New York? For less than a … (4 comments)

manhattan: Making Sense Of Life In The Sky - 12/03/18 03:00 PM
A while ago, I wrote an article about the benefits of living close to the ground, and how single-family mansions are becoming the new rage in New York. However, with these past months’ launch of the new ultra-luxury 117 West 57 and 217 West 57 Street super-tall tower, I thought I would write about all the benefits about having a place in the sky. The difference between life near the streets and a cloud palace can be broken down in the most primal of terms. Lifestyle, at its core, revolves around the five senses. In real estate, it revolves around three of those – hearing, sight, and smell.
 
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manhattan: Album Covers That Were Shot In New York City - 11/23/18 12:25 PM
An artist has uncovered the location of some of the most iconic album art in the last sixty years. Bob Egan, also a New York commercial realtor, has used his cross-city know-how to find the exact addresses of the cover shoots for bands such as Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, and The Who.
The project is an interesting reminder that the more Manhattan changes, the more it stays the same. The city is, and always will be, synonymous with cosmopolitan style and culture. Property will always be in demand, the allure of will never diminish, and by some wealthy individuals, luxury real estate will continue … (3 comments)

manhattan: Is the New US Tax Law Affecting NYC Condo Sales? - 05/08/18 05:41 PM
 
The new US tax law implemented on January 1, 2018 has created significant background noise in the media. If you look at the fine print, however, the law will be a boon to many corporations and real estate investors, including foreign buyers. For current homeowners, it's a bit more complicated, as uncertainty around the law has tilted the market toward buyers. We are now in a buyer's market, but for how long, we don't know. If you are looking to purchase a Manhattan luxury condo, now may be time to make the move. We wrote an in-depth review of the tax … (4 comments)

 
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