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New York TimesReshaping Midtown East

Every neighborhood has its stepchild, an overlooked swath that does not receive as much attention as surrounding blocks. For Midtown East, that area is around East 57th Street near Bloomingdale’s, a strip with neither the commercial bustle found farther south, nor the rarefied character of its decidedly residential neighbors Sutton Place and the Upper East Side. But several new developments could soon give the area a residential flavor all its own. Spurred by the success of trophy skyscrapers like 432 Park Avenue, developers are planning luxury residential towers that could reshape the area between Park Avenue and Second Avenue from 57th Street to 60th Street. At the corner...
New York Times - Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Lo-DownHalstead Property Apartment Of The Week

Two Bedrooms for the Price of One! This unique 2BR value offers 2 spacious bedrooms, a windowed kitchen/living, and a windowed bath. It has been reduced in footprint from the standard 2BR layout in that the owner sold off the living room to an adjoining unit. Excellent opportunity for someone needing an affordable home with 2 real bedrooms. Can also reconfigure as a 1BR converting a bedroom to a separate living room or use the second bedroom as a home/office or study. Lots of possibilities at a desirable price point and located in the western most Hillman building. The co-op offers 24 hour security,...
The Lo-Down - Thursday, October 30, 2014

CCTV AmericaAmerican Debt For Cars Consumer Goods Education Increase As Economy Cited Important Election Issue

An Associated Press-GfK poll conducted in September and released today found that 91 percent of more than 1,600 adults polled viewed the economy as an important election issue, the highest percentage among several issues including healthcare, Ebola, gay marriage and abortion. The poll results come as the U.S. government released its third quarter GDP report that showed the US grew 3.5 percent between July-September, fueled by stronger business investment, increased exports, and the biggest jump in military spending in five years. CCTV America’s Karina Huber reports. Consumer spending makes up over 70 percent of U.S. economic growth, and it rose 1.8 percent in this quarter. After the recession, Americans...
CCTV America - Thursday, October 30, 2014

DNAinfoBronx Co-Op Prices Are On The Rise But Remain The Most Affordable In City

SOUTH BRONX — The Bronx is burning hot — when it comes to rising home prices. Apartments that went for about $160,000 a few years ago now sell for as much as $300,000 and, rather than being the purview of local real estate agents, Bronx apartments are now repped by high-end firms including Houlihan Lawrence and Sotheby's. "The borough president has been referring to us as the 'New Bronx,'" said Donna Davis, a spokeswoman for economic development nonprofit organization SoBro, who has personally seen the prices at her Pelham Parkway co-op nearly double since she moved in 16 years ago. The average price now hovers about $200,000. ...
DNAinfo - Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Wall Street JournalHouse Of The Day

A Long Island Home for the Arts Price: $1,995,000 Location: East Hampton, NY The contemporary East Hampton, N.Y., home, built in 1994, features a 1,230-square-foot art gallery and open, airy rooms. By: Erin McCarthy Stanley Singer and his wife, Nancy, were moving out of New York City and looking for ”something simple” on Long Island, so they didn’t want the upkeep of living on the ocean. They bought a piece of land in the woods in 1993 and hired a builder, who built the home in 1994. They spent about $500,000 on the land and construction. In 2000, they hired an architect...
Wall Street Journal - Wednesday, October 29, 2014