Category: Community Living

Organizations
2004 Apr Obeying the Code

The Byzantine bureaucracy of New York City's government offices can often seem impenetrable; a warren of offices, commissions, departments, and boards designed more to thwart than to help. While the sheer size of New York insures that the …

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Apr The Cooperator's

Record crowds turned out for  The Cooperator's 17th Annual Co-op and Condo Expo , March 18th, at the Hilton New York & Towers. Even some morning snow showers failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the more than 4,000 attendees, whose rank…

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Buying & Selling
2004 Mar Going to Market

Shopping is not a spectator sport. At almost any level, from books to stocks to brokers, it involves fulfilling desires, meeting needs, negotiating price and choosing suppliers. There is no guarantee of success, and as the price of the pur…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Mar Power Brokerages

1. Prudential Douglas Elliman (acquired Douglas Elliman) , 2,400 agents, Manhattan, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk, Long Island and The Hamptons, Total Sales Volume: $6.5 Billion. 2. Terra Holdings, (Brown Harris Stevens, Halstead, Halstead/Fe…

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Organizations
2004 Mar NYARM

What do you call an organization whose membership includes property managers, plumbers, electricians, security companies, glass specialists and attorneys? You call it diverse, far-reaching, and multifaceted - but you could also call it the…

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Neighborhoods
2004 Mar The Long and Short of It

It all started with a man and a dream. The man was William H. Reynolds, a young tycoon and New York's youngest state senator at only 24 years old. The dream was to turn an unsung barrier island in Nassau County into the next playground for…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Mar The Comfort of Concierge Services

Whether you're moving to Manhattan from another state or country, or just moving to another apartment in a new neighborhood or borough, finding the right schools, churches, dentists, doctors, plumbers, electricians or other service profess…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Mar The Cooperator's 17th Annual Expo

It's that time again - time to mark the date of The Cooperator's Annual Co-op and Condo Expo on your calendar, get registered, and prepare for a full day of information, networking, new products, engaging seminars, and (of course) freebies…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Mar Real Estate Market Review

Amid fears about the sagging economy and war in the Middle East, the New York real estate market started slowly at the beginning of 2003. But in true New York fashion, the market rebounded nicely and by the summer months was thriving. By y…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Mar On the Drawing Board

A new wave of condominium and co-op construction is sweeping Manhattan as dozens of new projects attest, with thousands of new co-op and condominium units being marketed to hungry buyers. One Morton Square 600 Washington Street (at Mort…

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