Real Estate News from July 2014

  • The Essential Checklist for Every Condo Buyer By Tasha Moore | July 01, 2014

    Ready to seal the deal on a new Manhattan condo? According to home-buying statistics, condo dwellers hold on to their nests for at least seven years. So before committing to a place make sure you and your potential luxury pad are compatible in every conceivable way. Whether you choose a charming pre-war structure or an ultra-modern post-war building as your home, take time to check off simple tasks essential for every new condo buyer.

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  • High Line's Newest Inventive Designs By Lara Milbauer | July 01, 2014

    When the repurposing of the High Line was completed 2009, the neighborhoods it ran through were still on the rise, not yet regarded as sophisticated areas. The architecture that ran alongside the High Line in the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea, and Hell’s Kitchen/Clinton appeared slightly out of place at the time.

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