Gramercy and East Village Among NYC’s New “Million Dollar” Neighborhoods
Posted October 6th, 2019 by Leslie Garfield Team
Despite a market slowdown across the city, NYC’s “million dollar” neighborhood club is growing, a recent report shows. According to a Street Easy... Read More
Behind the Upper East Side Family Migration: Saving Time -- And Sanity
Posted October 1st, 2019 by Leslie Garfield Team
For many New York families, maneuvering between home, school and playdates has become an elaborate game of “time” Tetris: rides to and from school... Read More
Is Co-Living the New SRO? How to Leverage This Trend for a Greater ROI
Posted September 25th, 2019 by Stanley Montfort
For many New Yorkers, the biggest challenge of city living isn’t the subway at rush hour or late nights at the office; it’s finding a place to... Read More
With Eight Properties in Contract, Slow Summer Transitions Into A More Active Fall
Posted September 3rd, 2019 by Richard Pretsfelder, Sophie Smadbeck
True to traditional seasonality, August was a slow sales month for Upper West Side townhouses. While there were no sales in July or August after a... Read More
Guide to New York City’s Best Schools by Neighborhood
Posted August 25th, 2019 by Leslie Garfield Team
Boasting some of the nation’s best grade schools, public and private, New York isn’t just a city where the bright and ambitious come to make it --... Read More
Upper East Side Townhouse Report: Summer Slowdown Follows Busy June
Posted August 18th, 2019 by Jed Garfield, Kristina McNerney
June was a tough month to follow considering the tremendous amount of sales that took place in response to a mansion tax increase that took effect... Read More
Harlem Townhouse Mid-Year Bid-Ask Spread: What Lies Ahead
Posted August 7th, 2019 by Stanley Montfort
After a tumultuous start to 2019 between restrictive rent regulations and steeper taxes, the bid-ask spread in Harlem over the first two quarters... Read More
Mansion Tax Spurred High Sales Activity in June, Slow July
Posted August 6th, 2019 by Richard Pretsfelder, Sophie Smadbeck
With most buyers trying to accelerate purchases to close before the mansion tax went into effect July 1, June was the busiest month this year for... Read More
Mid Year Townhouse Review 2019
Posted July 23rd, 2019 by Leslie Garfield Team
The mansion tax had a clear impact on the end of 1H2019. Total dollar volume city-wide is up 25% year-over-year, and transaction volume is up... Read More
Midtown East’s Emerging Food Scene: 5 Restaurant Openings
Posted July 2nd, 2019 by Leslie Garfield Team
Once known for business lunches and the “safe” client dinner, Midtown East has evolved to become one of the city’s most interesting neighborhoods... Read More