Elegran Edge
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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 "Luxury Apartments in Downtown Manhattan"

  • Open House Roundup: Sunday 9/13 By Serena Horrigan | September 11, 2015

    This Sunday, we've got super luxe open houses all over the city, from Lincoln Square to Nomad to Dumbo!

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  • Open House Roundup: Saturday and Sunday, 8/15–8/16 By Serena Horrigan | August 14, 2015

    This weekend we're re-showing these UES and Financial District open houses. If you missed out, now's your chance!

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  • Elegran's Top Stories of 2013 By Ryan Daley | December 30, 2013

    2013 will be considered the year Manhattan luxury real estate bounced back in a big way. After years of steady growth, the market in Manhattan hit it's biggest year since 2007, with 1,372 contracts of $4 Million or more, totalling $10.9 Billion in sales.

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  • Defining Downtown By Peter Black | December 17, 2013

    What exactly is “downtown” and why does it matter? The term “downtown” arguably originated in New York. Manhattan’s business district was (quite literally) downtown (south), whereas the largely residential uptown was (quite literally) uptown (north).

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  • Bastille Day Celebrations in New York By Clemence Fontaine | July 12, 2013

    Only thirteen years after we claimed our independence from the British, the French copied us and had their own revolution in 1789, with the storming of the Bastille. French uprose against the royal government, taking the monarchy down and declared their independence.

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  • Look Out, Upper East Side: Downtown Manhattan is Coming for You By Nikki Hess | June 14, 2013

    The Upper East Side is a Manhattan neighborhood synonymous with high culture, wealth, and luxury. Historically, it has been viewed as the place to live for those who have a "little extra" in their bank accounts, and its hefty price tags have no doubt served as a reflection of such. Nevertheless, in recent years, the chic uptown area has been facing fierce competition from its friendly neighborhood competitors, and according to recent reports, it has been ousted from its number one spot for the city's priciest homes by none other than the trendy, cronut-filled SoHo. 

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  • Is The NYC Luxury Market A Bargain? By Janna Allen | April 26, 2013

    Earlier this morning, a music video by mayoral candidate Jimmy McMillan fell into my lap. McMillan, dressed in a dashing blue suit (complete with gloves and shined shoes) walks along NYC streets as a hypnotizing beat plays in the background. He begins rapping about the fact that rent is “Too damn high” and goes on to tackle political issues regarding education and wages.

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  • Stage Set for Manhattan Apartment Prices to Rise By Aby Thomas | April 16, 2013

    New York City’s real estate sector has had an interesting first quarter this year—while there was a definite decrease noted in apartment prices across Manhattan, home hunters were still having to dish out a pretty penny if they wanted to get their hands on the New York City apartment of their dreams. A market report by Brown Harris Stevens put the average price of a Manhattan apartment to be at a hefty $1,252,081 in the year’s first quarter, which is, interestingly enough, 16 percent lower than what it was a year ago.

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  • A West Village Home for Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen By Aby Thomas | April 08, 2013

    He’s a New England Patriot who has twice won the NFL Most Valuable Player award, and she’s a supermodel beauty who has an estimated net worth of $250 million. Together, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen make one very lovely married couple, and they are now raising a family with their children, three-year-old Benjamin and four-month-old Vivian. The New York Post reports that this very hot celebrity couple is now looking for a new home in the West Village, and given that we had tried helping out Lady Gaga with her apartment hunt, we think it’s only fair that we find some good home choices for the Brady-Bundchen bunch as well.

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  • Upscale Makeover Makes Fourth Avenue More Appealing By Aby Thomas | January 21, 2013

    While Greenwich Village is already home to some of New York City’s most popular haunts, the neighborhood is now seeing a number of new trendy establishments open up in the area along Fourth Avenue. The six blocks between Astor Place and Union Square have been undergoing a makeover of sorts over the past few years, and this once overlooked locality is now seen as a great location for all kinds of businesses.

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