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Articles about "Luxury Condominiums"

  • 388 bridge street living room Brooklyn’s Development Boom Dominates and Delves Deeper By Serena Horrigan | September 16, 2015

    As Brooklyn's residential development boom surges, top developers loom large in popular neighborhoods and pioneer further into the borough.

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  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts at Night Open House Roundup: Sunday 8/30 By Serena Horrigan | August 28, 2015

    This Sunday come visit our open house in Lincoln Square. Then grab brunch at The Smith or have a picnic in Central Park!

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  • The Luxury Trend By Kamini Ramdeen | June 02, 2014

    “It smells like 2006,” said Peter Hauspurg, Chairman of Eastern Consolidated. 2006 was a time when the property sales market was full of inventory and prices were on the rise. According to the statistics, it looks like NYC is very much riding the second wave of that trend and coming back full-swing after the 2008 market crash, and there are many ways to interpret that trend.  

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  • What Experience Means For High-End Buyers By Jonathan Tuason | May 08, 2014

    According to a survey put out by Realtor.com that asked respondents regarding their thoughts on purchasing luxury properties, luxury homeowners and non-luxury homeowners agreed on the importance of great views and chef’s kitchens, at least as far as features go.

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  • Luxury Real Estate Market Projected To Grow Through 2014 By Jonathan Tuason | April 21, 2014

    Real estate is projected to grow in popularity as a long-term investment, ensured by consumer confidence, and bolstered by the rise in real GDP, marking a very different outlook from the economic lows of 2009.

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  • Another Year Another Owner: Plaza Hotel for Sale By Bryan Gamble | November 20, 2013

    The Plaza Hotel, in a much more serious chain of events than gripes about CITI Bike, is once more for sale. Despite being one of New York’s most iconic and recognizable hotels that has seen nothing but profit itself, the Plaza will soon have new owners as its current owners, the Sahara Group, cannot afford to keep the hotel and have little choice but to sell it.

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  • Ultra-Luxury: The Posh Future of NYC Real Estate By Peter Black | September 09, 2013

    Cash is flowing into New York City real estate. Or, more precisely, into New York City ultra-luxury real estate. Average condo prices in the Big Apple are now higher than they were pre-recession. For more than a decade, London's luxury apartments were the world's most coveted properities. Not anymore—it appears that Manhattan is once again the leader of the global real estate market. Eager investors are pumping massive amounts of cash into ultra-posh, ultra-luxury high-rises.

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  • The Greening of New York City By Clemence Fontaine | August 26, 2013

    The wake up call started in 2007 when Mayor Bloomberg set a goal to reduce the city’s greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2030. It launched PlaNYC, a project that brings together over 25 city agencies to work toward a greener and greater New York. 

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  • Here Comes the Boom...Baby Boomers, That Is By Nikki Hess | August 15, 2013

    Not to be outdone by following generations, Baby Boomers have been taking the New York real estate market by storm. Baby Boomers, who are “roughly defined as the generation bookended by the close of World War II and the rise of the civil rights movement [from 1946 to 1964]...are in a better position to buy today than they have been in years,” and they’re certainly not afraid to show it.

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  • Zaha Hadid - Extending her Architectural Prowess to NYC By Shwetha Ravishankar | July 18, 2013

    The Riverside Museum, Glasgow - Designed by Zaha Hadid Born in Baghdad, Iraq, Zaha Hadid was introduced to the world of architecture early on, when she lived in a Bauhaus-inspired building, at a time when modernism implied progressive thinking in the Middle East.

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