Elegran Edge
The Real Estate Blog

What is Elegran Edge? It’s the blog where we bring together the biggest and best stories from our neighborhood blogs and agent blogs. If it’s happening in Manhattan real estate, you can find it here.

Articles about "Brownstones"

  • #SotW: The Mystique of Montague Street By Serena Horrigan | September 08, 2015

    Montague Street's quaint, leafy beauty has made it Brooklyn Height's go-to address for centuries.

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  • SotW: Renaissance on 125th Street By Serena Horrigan | July 16, 2015

    Harlem is in the middle of a new renaissance, and 125th Street is at the center of it all!

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  • It's Tax Season Again, Are You Getting Your Money's Worth? By Kamini Ramdeen | March 06, 2014

    It’s that time of year again folks. When we take all of those receipts that were piling up, sort through and hand 'em on over to our favorite accountant.

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  • A Chat with Elegran's Kirk Eckenrode By Kamini Ramdeen | March 04, 2014

    Recently, we had the opportunity to speak with Elegran agent Kirk Eckenrode about his experiences in the real estate market in NYC, notably his recent closings at 1280 Fifth Avenue and a penthouse at 150 East 57th Street. Kirk has a great deal of experience in building client relationships with domestic and international clients, along with a committed passion for the real estate industry.  

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  • 5 Manhattan Buildings that Changed History By Andrea Garcia-Vargas | July 03, 2012

    As we all know, tomorrow is our nation’s birthday. Instead of coming into our workplace, we will be watching Coney Island’s hot dog-eating contest, the fireworks over the Hudson River, or be low-key patriots and read American short story collections. July 4th, though, almost always inspires us to reflect on how New York City influenced the path our nation took towards liberty, equal rights, and progress. In honor of Independence Day, here is a list of 5 buildings in Manhattan that have played a part in the turning-points of American history.

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  • Chelsea House Recognized as Stop on Underground Railroad By Justin Spees | January 26, 2012

    A Greek Revival brownstone in the Chelsea neighborhood was honored two weekends ago for being the only documented Manhattan stop on the Underground Railroad. The house, at 339 West 29th Street, was presented with a marker.

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