Posts featuring CHRISTOPHER L RICCIO
Summer in the Greenwich Village
Posted June 7th, 2018 by Christopher L Riccio, Matthew Pravda, Elana Zinoman
If you are one of the New Yorker’s that choose to stay in the City this summer, you are in luck. There are numerous outdoor activities to keep you... Read More
GREENWICH VILLAGE
Spring in the Greenwich Village
Posted March 20th, 2018 by Christopher L Riccio, Matthew Pravda, Elana Zinoman
Spring throughout New York City and certainly in the Greenwich Village means outdoor dining, parks, biking and festivals, to name a few. Below find... Read More
GREENWICH VILLAGE
Preserving Small Business in the Greenwich Village
Posted January 29th, 2018 by Matthew Pravda, Christopher L Riccio, Elana Zinoman
It is no secret retail is struggling in New York City, and Greenwich Village isn’t immune to this crisis. Taking a stroll down the Village streets,... Read More
GREENWICH VILLAGE
Parent's Guide to Winter in Greenwich Village
Posted December 21st, 2017 by Matthew Pravda, Christopher L Riccio, Elana Zinoman
In the past, Greenwich Village wasn’t commonly known as a “family friendly neighborhood”, as it was typically recognized for its eclectic and... Read More
WEST VILLAGE
​What Not to Miss in The Meatpacking District
Posted December 5th, 2017 by Christopher L Riccio, Matthew Pravda, Elana Zinoman
The Meatpacking District, located downtown in between Chelsea and The West Village, is home to numerous bars, restaurants, and attractions. Here... Read More
WEST VILLAGE
How the Streets of the Village Got Their Names, Part 2
Posted October 6th, 2017 by Elana Zinoman, Matthew Pravda, Christopher L Riccio
Gay Street - The history of Gay Street is a bit more speculative than many of the other streets in the Village although many historians support the... Read More
WEST VILLAGE
How the Streets of the Village Got Their Names
Posted September 15th, 2017 by Elana Zinoman, Christopher L Riccio, Matthew Pravda
Like all of New York City, the West Village is known for it’s history. The people who call this neighborhood home cherish the historical value of... Read More
GUIDES
Autumn in the West Village
Posted September 1st, 2017 by Elana Zinoman, Matthew Pravda, Christopher L Riccio
As New Yorker's make their pilgrimage back following the summer vacation season, there are many events taking place as a distraction from the... Read More
WEST VILLAGE
Third Times A Charm
Posted November 14th, 2014 by Christopher L Riccio, Matthew Pravda
As the chaotic New York City real estate market continues in stride with prices rising and inventory decreasing, the brokerage size remains steady... Read More
MARKET TRENDS
Low Inventory = Surge of Pricing
Posted July 7th, 2014 by Christopher L Riccio
Low inventory has equated to a surge of pricing in the West Village, not only within the sales aspect of the Townhouse Market but within the rental... Read More