Yearly Archives: 2013

New Williamsburg Loft on the Market is the Talk of the Town

Would you shell out a cool $6.5 million to live in Williamsburg, one of the most popular neighborhoods to land a residence these days? A new Williamsburg loft has hit the market and has got everyone talking. Located in The

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NYC to get a Super Bowl Makeover

We’re sure you probably know by now that the 2014 Super Bowl will be held at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. However, what you may not have heard is that a week before the Super Bowl takes place;

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Development Plans Interfere with Small Businesses

A $3 billion dollar redevelopment plan is forcing a couple of small businesses in the Willets Point area to shut their doors for good. Nearby Citi Field, an industrial patch is being cleared to welcome a hotel, retail mall and restaurants.

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Home Prices on The Rise in Several States

According to a recent report by USA Today, home prices are on the rise. According to CoreLogic, “home prices jumped 12% in September from a year earlier.” Below are the top 10 states where home prices are surging. Nevada –

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NYC Penthouse in Need of Work Hits the Market for $19.9 Million

Would you consider paying $19.9 million for a piece of beautiful, but totally gutted real estate? A penthouse located at 15 Park Row in New York City is on the market for $19.9 million but will require a ton of

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The Pilgrimage of Miami’s Luxury Boutiques

The Miami Design District sat for decades, full of warehouses and cheaper stores, and for the most part remained, dare we say, unkempt. All it took was one developer to throw a billion dollars into the hole for Harry Winston,

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Sad Decade for Newspaper Industry

It has been a sad couple of decades for the newspaper industry, as printed paper sales hit record lows, and it certainly shows as many of prestigious downtown offices and printing warehouses are sold off to potential developers. On a

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The Latest NYC Housing Trend Riddle

The New York Times recently reported a new trend popping up in New York City that starts with a question sounding much like a riddle: Where does a billionaire build a single family mansion in the middle of New York

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Check Out Tom Brady’s New NYC Property

It’s been reported that New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady, and Supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen, have purchased a three bedroom condo at One Madison for $14 million. The power couple also owns property in Massachusetts and Los Angeles. Take a

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Could the Brooklyn skyline start looking similar to that of an Asian city?

First, Real Estate Weekly reported that a for many years past, developing Asian cities had looked to more established western cities like New York for guidance on skyscraper and city skyline aesthetics. But large, recent developments such as Hudson Yards and the

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