Category: Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods
2016 November A Look at the Upper West Side

With its plethora of major cultural and educational institutions like Lincoln Center, the American Museum of Natural History, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, General Grant National Memorial (a.k.a. Grant’s Tomb), Barnard College, Un…

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Neighborhoods
Reaching New Heights

The Real Estate Board of New York’s Upper Manhattan Residential Committee talked Washington Heights at a recent seminar panel event, providing a glimpse into how the neighborhood has changed, the financial lending strategies for co-ops and …

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Neighborhoods
2016 April Midtown West

This neighborhood has been known as various names throughout its storied history from Clinton and Hell’s Kitchen to Midtown West. It was once a rough-and-tumble area and soon it will be transformed into a mecca of residential and commercial…

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Neighborhoods
2016 February Yonkers, New York

After years of dissent, racial and economic woes and political infighting, Yonkers, Westchester County’s largest city and New York State’s fourth most populous town, has transformed itself into a vibrant residential community and a prime de…

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Neighborhoods
2015 October Midtown’s Murray Hill

Murray Hill, a respectable traditional neighborhood in Midtown  Manhattan, started as a small farming community but soon became a playground for the wealthy with industrialists like J.P. Morgan and John Jacob Astor building their townhouses…

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