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Sunset on the Upper West Side of Manhattan between the two art deco towers of the Normandy, the Hudson River, New Jersey and beyond. The Normandy built in 1938 and designed by the esteemed architect Emery Roth is a landmarked building on Riverside Drive between 86th and 87th Street divided into ...
Courtesy of MTA Apple has signed a ten year deal with New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to open the largest Apple Store yet within Grand Central Terminal. Apple will pay the MTA (Metropolitan Transit Association) $800,000 in rent annually for the station's north and northwest balc...
B'nai Jeshurun - 257 West 88th Street on the Upper West Side is the second oldest synogogue in Manhattan While hundreds of people have been waiting to get married this morning at the Marriage Bureau on Worth Street, B'nai Jeshurun was at the forefront of the fight to make this a reality. Five ye...
Number of Couples Married on Sunday will be Highest in NYC History Data Collected Since July 5th Shows Number of Couples Seeking to Marry on Sunday Could be Four Times More than the All-Time Single Day High in New York City. This Sunday, starts an historic new chapter in New York State. Any coup...
  Morningside Heights is the academic quarter of New York City. It stretches irregularly from north of 96th Street to about 125th Street between Morningside Park and Riverside Park on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Morningside Heights is home to Columbia University, Barnard College, Union The...
Back in June, I wrote a featured post: Urgent No More High Balance Conforming Loans for Manhattan. The post was to inform buyers and sellers about the end of High Balance Conforming loans in expensive housing markets such as Manhattan. Effective October 1, 2011 the temporary emergency legislation...
New York led a second consecutive month of U.S. housing price gains, according to the May Housing Price Index released by CoreLogic and reported by Adam Fusfeld in The Real Deal Nationwide home prices rose slightly in May compared to April, but remained far below their levels a year ago. Includin...

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