The multi-family apartment building market in New York City is viewed as a leading indicator of the marketplace in general. It has historically received the highest level of demand from buyers and is, without question, the sector that lenders view most favorably. This is because rent regulation keeps rents in most New York City buildings Read More
The apartment sector has cemented a privileged position atop the commercial real estate investment hierarchy. Across a broad swatch of the nation’s markets, declining vacancy rates and accelerating rent growth have converged with low-cost financing to foment a sustained rebound in investment flows and a recovery in pricing unmatched in its geographic balance. Distinguished even further Read More
Hollywood’s finest rabble-rousers gathered with Brooklyn’s haute-hipster crowd at Soho House to watch the premiere of Sun City Picture House, the inspiring documentary of the building of the first movie theater in Haiti since the devastating earthquake of 2010. The film debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival as part of the Shorts: One Read More
If you’ve ever thought that privacy and space could only be found in a country setting, you were mistaken. Such luxuries can be found in a private renovated townhouse on a unique gated cobblestone street off Sutton Square. Who knew, eh?
After quipping that the 2011 Can-Do Awards Gala was the nicest seder he had ever been to–and drawing attention to the especially “geometrical shape” of the Chelsea Piers banquet hall–guest Jon Stewart got serious.
“Four hundred thousand meals a day are served at the Food Bank,” Stewart said. “It really is a remarkable organization.”
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According to Corcoran, this Upper West Side co-op in the El Dorado boasts the finest views not only in Manhattan, but apparently “in all ‘Earth’s Kingdoms.’” For a little over $8.8 million, it and its four bedrooms and three bathrooms (and 360-degree panorama of Central Park, the Hudson River and the skyline of Fifth Avenue) can Read More