condo conversion: How to Buy in a New Development in NYC in 2015 - 02/23/15 03:03 AM
  It may be cold out now but Spring 2015 is right arounrd the corner. Looking forward to a brand new start? There is nothing better than a brand new home. Be the very first to live in your home and enjoy brand new infrastructure throughout.

Once both parties have signed the Purchase Agreement and the Sponsor receives a deposit, the residence is considered "in contract."
A Sponsor can only send out one contract per unit at a time for a New Development deal. 

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condo conversion: Manhattan Luxury Condos, Condops and Coops - 09/29/11 03:52 PM
Since January 1, 2011, all real estate brokers and agents in New York are required by law to provide written disclosure of who they represent. In New York buyers have the right to their own representation. On-site sales agents at new developments represent the interests of the seller "sponsor" developer, not the buyer. As Manhattan real estate continues to become more transparent, more buyers will benefit from working with an experienced buyer's agent. A buyer's agent has without limitation, the following fiduciary duties to the buyer: reasonable care, undivided loyalty, confidentiality, full disclosure, obedience and duty to account.     A … (3 comments)

condo conversion: Manhattan real estate in history/ today: Apthorp Apartments - 12/06/08 09:48 AM

Apthorp Apatments
With it's iron gates, its monumental tunnel like entrances, and its impressive interior courtyard, the Apthorp is one of Manhattan's most dramatic and most frequently photographed apartment buildings. The Apthorp has many famous former and current residents some still in rent-regulated apartments.The elegant full-block apartment complex built by the Astor family for the New York elite has converting its 163 apartments to condominiums. The landmark 1908 Upper West Side building has two addresses 390 West End Avenue and 2207 Broadway between west 79th and west 78th streets.The total asking price for all apartments, including apartments of 88 tenants … (6 comments)

condo conversion: The Apple Bank Building: Condo Conversion - 08/16/07 12:51 AM

The Apple Bank Building2112 Broadway
The landmark Apple Bank Building built in 1928 on the Upper West Side at West 73rd Street and West 74th Street has been converted into 29 residential condominiums. Apaertments range from a Two Bedroom 2.5 baths from $4 million to a Three bedroom 3.5 baths for $6,665,000.
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