Category: Real Estate Trends

Real Estate Trends
2006 Feb What Can Technology Do for You?

If you want to be a doctor, you go to medical school -- if you want to be a lawyer, you go to law school. But what if you want to be a property manager? Do you go to property management school? Actually, no. Despite the wide rang…

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Real Estate Trends
2005 Aug Brooklyn on the Rise

Brooklyn on the Rise A Look at New Development By Lisa Iannucci Rachel Weingarten will be the first person to tell you that Brooklyn has soul. “There is so much to discover in Brooklyn; every day I’m learning someth…

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Real Estate Trends
2005 Apr Expo-Rific

On Wednesday, March 16th, The Cooperator hosted its 18 th Annual Co-op & Condo Expo at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan. The event featured more than 200 exhibitor booths and drew over 4,000 registrants from all corners of th…

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Real Estate Trends
2005 Mar Ten Sides to Every Story

The far west side of Manhattan has been a flurry of activity and speculation in the last couple of years thanks to the debate over the development of the Hudson Rail Yards and a new stadium for the New York Jets. In a scenario that h…

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Real Estate Trends
2005 Mar The Expanding Skyline

The breakneck pace and cutthroat economics of residential real estate in New York City are legendary. For every new building that goes up, it seems like there's a battle to be fought, either with city agencies, community groups, preservati…

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Real Estate Trends
2005 Feb Are You In?

Tranquil gated communities in quiet suburban condo developments are probably not the first things that spring to mind when you think about New York City and its outlying boroughs. The city is known for brownstones, high-rises, and skysc…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Nov Above and Beyond

In New York City, you can have just about anything delivered to your door at any hour of the day or night. Food, furniture, entertainment; you name it, you pay for it, and you got it. This is a city where convenience and efficiency are val…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Sep Profitable Neighbors

It's not uncommon for co-op and condo buildings to lease that empty space on their ground floor to commercial tenants - usually restaurants, retail stores, or small professional offices. While commercial tenants' rent can add to a building'…

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Real Estate Trends
2004 Aug Man's Best Friend

Whether dog people or cat people, New Yorkers love their pets - nearly a quarter of the city's inhabitants own companion animals. According to the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), the government organization r…

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