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Neighborhood Spotlight: Sutton Place

Ask people what they think of Sutton Place, and you will get a mixed bag of reactions. To most New Yorkers it’s a secluded neighborhood by the river far from civilization. Others feel that it has a reputation for being … Continued

SPURA

Improvements to Infrastructure – SPURA

Residents of the Lower East Side have been waiting half a century for for the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area to break ground to replace the 1,800 tenement homes that were demolished on this land. While some are saying it’s … Continued

Nomad/Flatiron

Rental Market Overview

To understand the dynamic of Manhattan real estate, it can help to take a look at the state of the rental market. Having a grasp on rental statistics is particularly crucial for investors purchasing new development condominiums. From evaluating expected … Continued

Elizabeth Street Garden

A Secret Garden

For years I have walked past the sculpture garden on Elizabeth Street in the heart of my busy Nolita neighborhood. Each passing was a special moment in my day. Coming from Los Angeles, I imagined the secret garden as my … Continued

Hudson Yards

Improvements to Infrastructure – Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards, developed by Stephen Ross’ Related Companies, is virtually a whole new city on the west side of Manhattan. Once complete, the 17M+ square foot project is estimated to bring over 5,000 new residences, a much-anticipated 7-train expansion, 14 … Continued

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NYC – Six Economic Indicators

The New York City residential real estate market’s strength and stability can be attributed to six economic factors: industry, retail, ownership, debt, rental market, and tourism. Read on to see how each of these factors contribute to New York’s hyper-competitive … Continued