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Hot off the presses comes the most recent articles from print and the web featuring Halstead Property. Below you will see a list of articles from the last seven days that feature everything from our exclusive properties, award winning agents, comprehensive market reports, superior services and much more. To view the full details of a specific article below, simply click on the title of the article. To view more of our recent press please use some of the options that appear on the left side of this page.

The Brooklyn Daily EagleHouses Built And Unbuilt For Sale Near The Domino Sugar Refinery

Eye On Real Estate Well done, Halstead. The brokerage has nailed down buyers for big-ticket Williamsburg townhouses that exist solely as architectural plans. The other day — before the Nasty Nor'easter came our way — we peeked through the construction fence at KUB Capital's Wythe Lane Townhouses development on the corner of Wythe Avenue and S. 4th Street. It's a hole in the ground. The Harkov Lewis Team at Halstead Property Development Marketing just launched sales of the planned 3,800-square-foot single-family homes in November. The houses will share a gated entrance off Wythe Avenue, and all of them have their own indoor...
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Multi-Housing NewsNew York And Brooklyn Multifamily Prices Are Rising Here S Why

New York—Halstead Property Development Marketing has released the industry’s first-ever comprehensive report analyzing new development sales market data and sees continued robust pricing in the new development market for both Manhattan and Brooklyn in 2015. “Over the course of six months, we followed all new development, whether it’s ground up or conversion, and we can up with six things that we thought were important information for developers; a little snapshot of everything we found,” Robin Schneiderman, Halstead Property Development Marketing’s senior vice president and managing director, told MHN. “This is solely on new development, nothing to do with the resale market. Additionally, it’s a year-end report and doesn’t...
Multi-Housing News - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

6sqftPark Here Eyeing The Real Estate Surrounding Two Of NYC S Most Splendid State Parks

In a city that moves so fast that the Sunday edition of the New York Times comes out on Saturday, it is not surprising that New Yorkers might overlook some interesting factoids. For instance, New York City is home seven state parks! So, instead of enjoying a day inside other state parks filled with the ubiquitous lush greenery and a plethora of activities that might surely mean a couple of hours of driving—cityside state parks are but a subway ride away or possibly a short walk to the likes of the East River State Park on Kent Avenue in Williamsburg, the Clay Pit Ponds State Park in Staten Island and...
6sqft - Tuesday, January 27, 2015

New York ObserverNobel Laureate Harold Varmus Nabs UWS Co-Op For 2 99 Million

An admiring 2006 profile in Wired of the Nobel laureate, former director of the National Institute of Health and current director of the National Cancer Institute, Harold Varmus, was titled “Free Radical,” a reference to Mr. Varmus’ campaign to do-away with prevailing standards in academic publishing, which restrict access to content through exorbitant subscription prices. And more sympathetic, we could not be. But when it comes to real estate, though, there are circumstances in which limiting supply to a certain class of user can come in handy. Mr. Varmus appears to agree. According to city records, he and his wife, Constance Casey, have just bought a two-bedroom at 450 West...
New York Observer - Monday, January 26, 2015

New York TimesOn The Market In New York City

West Village Co-op $2,400,000 MANHATTAN 72 Horatio Street, #3N A one-bedroom two-bath with an office, a working fireplace, a washer/dryer and basement storage in an elevator loft building. Charles Homet, Halstead Property (212) 381-6571; halstead.com MAINTENANCE: $2,280 a month PROS: Classic loft details include high ceilings, exposed brick walls and wood beams and brick walls and wood beams and columns. The bedroom is roomy with a walk-in closet and raised seating area. CONS: The kitchen and bath need updating. The office is small.
New York Times - Sunday, January 25, 2015