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 "NYC Tech Companies"

  • Elegran Wins Inman News' Most Innovative Brokerage Award Elegran Wins Inman's 2017 Most Innovative Brokerage Award By Tigh Loughhead | August 11, 2017

    Inman News recognizes Elegran as the Most Innovative Brokerage award in the country for 2017 at Inman Connect in San Francisco, the premier real estate technology conference.

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  • Tigh Loughhead presents Elegran Digital Marketing Plan for 2017 at Inman Connect Real Estate Conference Elegran Presents at Inman Connect 2017: The Future of Real Estate Digital Marketing By Julia Troy | January 30, 2017

    Elegran Marketing Director Tigh Loughhead took center stage at Inman Connect 2017 to discuss "The Best Digital Marketing Plan You've Ever Seen."

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  • Elegran Quoted in Trulia's Local Love Section By Tigh Loughhead | December 01, 2016

    Elegran's own Michael Rossi, Tigh Loughhead, Dan Toder and number of our agents were quoted as local experts in Trulia’s Local Love: New York City edition!

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  • Elegran Real Estate at Inman in Times Square NYC Elegran and Inman at the forefront of Real Estate Tech By Tigh Loughhead | February 10, 2016

    Elegran defining the future of real estate at Inman Connect, building business insight and connections, and leading the industry in real estate techology.

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  • startup 5 Real Estate Startups That Could Change the Industry By Nikko Espina | January 25, 2016

    Startups can shape the path of the future. They disrupt commonalities and forge innovative trends. These 5 real estate startups have the potential to revolutionize the industry forever.

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  • Keep Your Connection as You Make a Connection: Subway WiFi Expands By Jonathan Tuason | June 03, 2014

    New York is taking a step towards the future as telecommunications company Transit Wireless works with the MTA to expand cell and WiFi service to even more subway stations.

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  • Nonprofits are Skedaddling Out of Manhattan With Great Profits By Kamini Ramdeen | May 08, 2014

    The real estate market in Manhattan has consistently been rising over the last five years. During this span of time commercial rents in Manhattan have grown over 7%, and in Midtown alone rents have soared up to 29% in the same time frame.

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  • Tech for the Real World: Uber Rush By Kamini Ramdeen | April 15, 2014

    Need something delivered across Manhattan, but you don’t have time to do it? Well, Uber has a new service that will aid you in your delivery and recipient needs. Uber Rush is the new facet for Uber which primarily specializes in taxi-cab-on-demand services. Through the Uber app customers will now be able to use a courier service. Couriers sporting a Uber messenger bag will appear when summoned through the app, and deliver packages by foot or on bike to recipients.

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  • Finding Hidden Gems in NYC: There’s an App for That By Stephanie Fujihashi | March 25, 2014

    With the busy lifestyles that many of us New Yorkers have considered to be a normal part of our lives, we have a tendency to find a routine to stick to. Many of us go from point A to point B in the morning, just to turn around and go from point B right back to point A. We know which restaurants, bars, and barbers are within close proximity to our homes or our offices, but how often do we venture beyond the “norm,” and try something new?

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  • Why Doesn’t NYC Have Google Fiber? By Tim Sheehan | February 27, 2014

    Last week, Google identified nine metro areas where the company will explore a possible expansion of its Google Fiber internet and television service. With Google Fiber service in semi-large cities such as Kansas City, Missouri and Austin, Texas, the tech scene wondered what the next move for Google would be. The good news for New Yorkers is that Google is now considering more populated cities, such as San Jose, California (0.98 million) and Phoenix, Arizona (1.48 million). The bad news is that Google still has no plans to bring its blazing fast internet to New York City.

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