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Recently Listed – A Luxurious 2-Bedroom Condo That Will Steal Your Heart

The Campiello Collection in Chelsea was developed by Elad. It was one of their first condos in New York in the early 2000’s when most people would head to the Upper East Side still when looking to buy, to find themselves a Classic 6 – as the traditional 2-bedroom coop homes were referred to with […]

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Buying Real Estate: “Collections” by Compass Makes It Easier

Buying New York real estate, or any real estate usually involves working with a buyer’s broker. Traditionally since around the mid-1990s that meant hundreds of emails back and forth over the course of your search over the period sometimes of many months to track which properties you or your broker were interested in. As technology […]

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Design Wednesdays – Why Hardwood Floors Are Worth It

Having sold everything from classic lofts to the most modern of ultra-luxury apartments and townhouses in New York City’s real estate market, one of the most asked questions I get as a listing broker or buyers is this: “What kind of floors are these?” If you are thinking of renovating your home or apartment, new […]

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New To Market – Renovated Chelsea 2-Bedroom Condo

New To Market – Renovated Chelsea 2-Bedroom Condo

Looking to buy a new home in Chelsea or Downtown New York? See this Just Listed luxurious and renovated 2-bedroom 2-bath Condo in Chelsea

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Monday Market Video: Average Manhattan Home Now Costs $2M

Alexis Christophorous Interviews Jonathan Miller on Manhattan’s Luxury Market & Foreign Buyers Last week major real estate firms in Manhattan issued their Q1 2016 Manhattan Market Reports. According to the reports, the average Manhattan home now costs $2 million. The reports also reveal some interesting insights into foreign buyer trends and the larger real estate market. When […]

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Monday Market | For Sellers: Are Prices Dropping Downtown?

Monday Market | For Sellers: Are Prices Dropping Downtown?

Has ultra-luxury development gone too far? Cary Tamarkin’s 10 Sullivan development announced that it is splitting its 8,000 Square foot Soho Penthouse, following CIM Group and Macklowe Properties late 2015 decision to do the same to some larger unsold units at the ultra-luxury 432 Park Avenue. Brokers have begun to quietly wonder if we’ve hit the peak […]

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Monday Market Video: Average Manhattan Home Now Costs $2M

Posted on April 4, 2016

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