Category: Real Estate


Off the Market. Tudor City Classic, 325 EAST 41ST STREET, Midtown East

Showings Start Sunday, June 5th Price: $825,000 Type: Co-op Maint/CC: $1,929 RE Tax: --- Rooms: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Approx. Sq. Ft.: 1,000 Fully renovated 2 bedroom 2 bath in Tudor City with wonderful pre-war charm including beamed ceilings, steel casement windows, beautiful hardwood floors and a window in every room. The living room has thru-wall air conditioning, charming...

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The Death of the Co-op? Hardly. But new Condo development abounds.

The Real Deal has an article on the decreasing amount of new coop development permits filed since the year 2000. It also discusses that the majority of new coops being developed are condops. Condops are co-op residential buildings being built with commercial condo properties at the base of the apartment building so the building finances will benefit from the for profit business that occupies the...

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What New York City neighborhoods are more affordable for buyers?

Where should I buy a condo as a good investment? Bed-Stuy & Greenpoint Prices Per Sq. Ft Rise while Downtown Brooklyn & Brighton Beach prices per square foot fall. Clients, buyers/investors ask me all the time where is a good neighborhood to buy real estate. Where in “next” New York City neighborhood where prices will appreciate in the new few years. Where would buying a condo...

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New Architectural Masterpieces will transform the New York City skyline.

Our city’s skyline is iconic. Whenever I return to New York City, I still am in awe. Being a native born & bred New Yorker, I still get excited & wide-eyed when I see New York City’s concrete jungle. The Empire State building, 1 World Trade Center, Woolworth Building and others, all fill the sky. I pinch myself and remind myself that I live in the most enormous, diverse (and...

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