Improvements to Infrastructure – South Williamsburg

Thanks to mega-projects like the Toll Brothers’ Northside Piers and Douglaston Development’s The Edge, in addition to upscale hotels like the Mccaren Hotel and the Morris Adjmi-designed Wythe Hotel, North Williamsburg has undoubtedly been the more popular of Williamsburg’s two … Continued


Board Interview 101

The board interview is the final step in the entire application process to purchase a co-op apartment. At this stage, the board has reviewed your package and more so than not, feels that you are a suitable candidate to live … Continued


The Weekend Planner | Tribeca

In the most recent edition of The Weekend Planner, a blog series geared towards helping you plan your Saturday or Sunday from sun up to sun down, we venture downtown to Tribeca. Offering ideas for every meal of the day, outdoor activities, … Continued


Agent Series: It’s All BAD!

To be a successful salesperson you always have to start from the negative. That’s right; upon entering a potential listing, start picking it apart! Before I go further please remember this is an exercise to help you sell more effectively … Continued

Board Package 101

Board Package 101: New Co-op Buyers

Since approximately 66% of residential ownership in Manhattan is in co-ops, the chances are high that many prospective buyers, first-timers or repeat, will end up experiencing the unique process it takes to become a shareholder in one of these buildings. Since … Continued

Hells Kitchen

Improvements to Infrastructure – Hell’s Kitchen

Whether you call it Midtown, Midtown West, Clinton, or (preferably) Hell’s Kitchen, the important thing to know is that the neighborhood is expanding at a rapid pace. With approximately 6,500 recently completed, under construction, and upcoming new residential units coming … Continued