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Remember my post two weeks ago featuring the defunct discount broker Foxton's umbrella on a my local neighborhood fruit cart?   7/16/2010 It turns out the Foxton's umbrellas are about as effective as Foxton's agents. LOL   7/29/2010   7/30/2010   iPhone photos courtesy of: Mitchell Hall, Associat...
 Beautiful Summer Morning - Catching the Morning Sun   Oh What A Beautiful Morning! Oh What a Beautiful Day!     Exclusive Listing Morningside Heights Listings related articles: Lafayette Square Morningside Park Why they call it Morningside Morningside Heights Manhattan Avenue Harlem Upper West ...
  This morning as I left my building, I noticed my friendly produce vendor's push-cart had a familiar umbrella that I hadn't seen in a few years. Foxtons, the now defunct 2% real estate broker from London. Foxtons tried to make a big splash here several years ago. They spent $billions in negativ...
I just read a post by one of my favorite bloggers Why they call it Rock Creek by Patricia Kennedy, Washington D.C.'s quintessential REALTOR®. Earlier in the day I learned why they call it Morningside Park and Morningside Heights. What's in a name? The area that is now Morningside park was describ...
    Only three apartments are still for sale at 535 West End Avenue, the new luxury condominium at West End Avenue at 86th Street.   Apartment 16,  6 bedroom 6 bath full floor 6,637 square foot apartment asking $25 million.   Apartment 3A,  6 bedroom 5.5 bath 4,396 square foot apartment asking $...
  THE MONTEREY (Pre-war Coop Circa 1892) 351 West 114th Street Manhattan and Morningside Avenues at: Morningside Park   Price: $699,000 Maintenance: $845.    Open House Sunday July 18th 2010 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM   Historic Pre-war Loft Like Coop Convertible 3 bedroom - Currently configured as a Lar...
Downtown Manhattan, comprised of neighborhoods below 34th Street, accumulated the largest percentage of sales this quarter with 35%, a small increase in market share from First Quarter 2010. The West Side accounted for 21% of sales while the East Side accrued 24%. Downtown resales performed well ...
  While most American immigrants did not arrive here on the Queen Mary2, more than 25 million immigrants arrived on large ships through New York Harbor through Ellis Island. Today we celebrate America's Independence and The American Revolution. It is also a celebration of the immigrants who help...
Happy Fourth of July Start the day with the Ultimate NYC Brooklyn Tradition... Nathan's Famous July 4th Hot Dog Eating Contest How many hot dogs could you eat in 10 minutes? One? Three? Try 68. That’s the current world record, set by California-born Joey “Jaws” Chestnut at last year’s event. Nat...
Manhattan 2nd Quarter 2010 Corcoran Report has been released. The report is a quarterly examination of Manhattan's residential real estate market. This report utilizes market wide data based on deals that closed in the Second Quarter 2010 (April 1 through June 30) and compares it to closings that...

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