Real Estate News from September 2014

  • New Developments in Court Square By Lara Milbauer | September 08, 2014

    Court Square and its nearby surroundings in Long Island City are flourishing with new residential developments. Within the next five years, thousands of units, both rental and condo, will be completed, and the area will be booming with new residents. With its close proximity to Manhattan, multiple train lines, and only a ten minute commute to Midtown East, Court Square is becoming quite the appealing neighborhood to prospective buyers. In addition, the slightly lower prices are also predicted to bring in many buyers.

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  • Downtown Brooklyn: NYC's Exceptional Cultural Hu By Tasha Moore | September 05, 2014

    The Williamsburgh Savings Bank tower's extreme makeover is symbolic of sweeping changes that occurred in Downtown Brooklyn since 2004.

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  • New York City: Not As Grueling As It Seems By Lara Milbauer | September 04, 2014

    New York is one of the most desirable cities to live in the world, but it is simultaneously difficult  to get by while living here. New York City has its reputation. It is the liveliest city in world where people come to pursue their wildest dreams. It is also extremely dirty, crowded, and filled with the world’s rudest people. Whether or not you identify with one of those sides more than the other, there is actual evidence proving that New York is really not that bad when compared to the rest of the world.  

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  • Chinatown and Little Italy- Soon to be Extinct By Lara Milbauer | September 03, 2014

    Manhattan’s Chinatown is one of the oldest and largest Chinese enclaves outside of Asia. With an estimated population of 100,000, Chinatown has been the home to Chinese residents and immigrants for over a decade. This area is the home to many chinese markets, grocers and restaurants, doubling as a historic district as well as a tourist attraction.

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  • Is It Easy Being Green? By Samantha Brown | September 01, 2014

    In New York City, it seems like every other building boasts a LEED certification and touts its energy-efficient systems.

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