Category: New York City

March 9, 2019

The Shed at Hudson Yards

Nearly 15 years ago, former Mayor Mike Bloomberg set out to transform the West Side. Thus began the ambitious vision,…
March 9, 2019

Green Space at Hudson Yards

The West Side of New York just got a lot greener. Manhattan’s much anticipated Hudson Yards has added 14 acres…
March 7, 2019

The Shops at Hudson Yards

The largest private development in the United States, Hudson Yards covers four city blocks along Manhattan’s west side, between 30th…
March 4, 2019

10 & 30 Hudson Yards and the Observatory

Manhattan’s “New West Side,” comprising the neighborhoods of Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, and Midtown, has been booming for years, a cultural…
November 21, 2018

Happenings around Chelsea / Meatpacking

The ever vibrant neighborhoods of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District are in a constant state of flux. Keeping up with…
November 17, 2018

Give Thanks by Giving this Holiday Season

Funny how Thanksgiving goes hand-in-hand with simply giving. Humans have an innate capacity for goodness, and giving thanks and the…
November 5, 2018

On the Market: 400 Fifth Avenue #42G

$5,100 per Month / Available December 1st, 2018. Approx 800 SF one bedroom located on high floor with stunning city…
November 2, 2018

On the Market: 214 East 9th Street #2A

$4,200 per Month / Residence 2A is a large one bedroom condo apartment located on a beautiful tree-lined street in…
October 9, 2018

On the Market: 63 Greene Street #2E

$2,999,000 / Unit 2E is a 1,446SF, 1 bed, 2 bath, plus study or second bedroom, condominium loft with 12ft…
May 16, 2018

450 West 17th Street, Apt 2305

$1,990,000 / The Caledonia, Residence #2305 is one of the largest one bedroom apartments in the building, including a grand private…
February 15, 2018

Tax Laws and the NYC Real Estate Market

The Wall Street Journal recently published a guide to the new tax laws that took effect January 1, 2018. The…
February 14, 2018

Manhattan Q4 2017 Market Update

End of the year reports show equal supply and demand in the market, a lowering of prices in the high-end…
February 11, 2018

Chelsea/Meatpacking News

New Yorkers often joke that change is the only constant in this city – and the Chelsea/Meatpacking neighborhoods are no…
January 25, 2018

NYC Winter Events

From now until my next quarterly newsletter, there is plenty to see and do around the city as the weather…
October 20, 2017

From NYC Church to Heavenly Home

All over New York City, designers and developers have seen potential in the city’s retired churches and have converted them…
October 15, 2017

New York City Fall Events

Fall is always a special time in New York; there’s no shortage of seasonal foods, arts and crafts, and displays…
October 15, 2017

Give Thanks this Holiday Season

It’s the time of year when giving thanks can come in many forms. Volunteering with a non-profit organization is one…
October 5, 2017

Chelsea/Meatpacking News

One of the laws of New York City is that no street stays exactly the same for more than three…
July 20, 2017

Day Tripping: Local Train-Friendly Trips

Summer’s the time to get away from it all – to escape to a warm beach or a country you’ve…
July 15, 2017

Celebrities and Their Real Estate

It’s no secret that New York is home to many celebrities, whether they’re establishing a pied-à-terre or making a full-time…
July 10, 2017

Comparing the NYC Market with MA and CT

No two home markets are exactly alike; for the price of a snug two-bedroom NYC apartment, you will easily find…