Category: Real Estate Trends

Real Estate Trends
New Co-op and Condo Development By Jonathan Barnes

Thankfully, it’s been a long time since the Lehman Brothers fiasco and nationwide real estate market crash. The recession has since faded away and Manhattan and many parts of Brooklyn are seeing a flurry of new buildings going …

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The Cooperative Model By Jonathan Barnes

The idea of cooperative living began in the 19th century in central and northern European countries, and came to America late in that century, sprouting in various forms in parts of New York City. For some residents here, it was a wa…

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Storage Spaces in New York City By Liam Cusack

Without a doubt, storage space is a supreme luxury in New York City. With small living spaces selling at high prices abound, unit owners commonly require additional capacity for bikes, out-of-season clothing, suitcases, business fil…

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New York – The Year Ahead By Shirly Korchak

A new year begins…and with it more activity in the New York City real estate market. Many are asking about progress in the market, especially with co-ops and condos, and the prognosis for 2015. What new projects are under way?…

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Security Technology By Keith Loria

While it’s true that over the last two decades, New York City has become a much safer place to call home, that doesn’t mean that security concerns don’t still exist—especially for those living in co-ops, condos…

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Holiday Tipping Etiquette By Christy Smith-Sloman

As the holiday season approaches in the Big Apple, many New Yorkers may be preoccupied with choosing gifts for picky family members, finding a parking spot downtown, or snagging that coveted new smartphone. Those who live in multifam…

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Fashionably Green By Greg Olear

Tastes and styles change with the decades (and sometimes with just the seasons), and what is considered fashionable now may seem hopelessly dated in just a few years. This applies not only to clothing and interior design, but to arc…

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Loud & Clear By Lisa Iannucci

It's a truism that's been phrased many ways by many wise people: “A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.” That's the case in any number of situations, but it's especially applicable to t…

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Solar Flair By Enjolie Esteve

As fuel prices continue to climb, consumers—including real estate developers and building administrators—are looking for alternative ways to power their buildings while saving money. Solar power is one possible option for …

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