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Real Estate WeeklyAdeline Promises To Be Great New Neighbor

The booming area of northern Manhattan is adding another gem to its roster of new apartments with L+M Development’s luxury condo building, The Adeline. Located in Central Harlem, just six blocks from Central Park, the sleek and modern 12-story building at 23 West 116th Street is generating buzz with its thoughtful design, convenient location and value. “The interest has been amazing,” said Julia Boland, director of sales of the building and managing director at Halstead Property Development Marketing, which is handling the marketing and leasing of the building. “There were weeks where we felt we were trampled, but it’s all good.” ...
Real Estate Weekly - Friday, September 19, 2014

New York TimesDumbo Roars

Not all that long ago, before the Brooklyn waterfront became a must-do on seemingly every tourist’s list, Dumbo’s converted warehouses and Belgian-block streets were inhabited by artists and young families, drawn by cheap rents, postindustrial architecture and relative isolation. But over the last decade, Dumbo’s once desolate landscape has transformed to a teeming waterfront playground. And its now familiar acronym, which stands for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, has become synonymous with some of Brooklyn’s most expensive real estate, with a median sales price of $1.5 million through July, according to Streeteasy.com. Weekdays, Dumbo’s burgeoning media and tech hub brings a steady torrent of jean-clad, Warby Parker-wearing...
New York Times - Friday, September 19, 2014

The WeekHouse Hunting 7 Homes In Brooklyn

Ditmas Park. This detached, single-family Victorian built in 1901 has been completely renovated. The interior includes a formal dining room, a sunroom, and a large kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. The property features a covered porch, a backyard, and a two-car garage. $1,350,000. Ban Leow, Halstead Property, (718) 613-2039.
The Week - Thursday, September 18, 2014

The VillagerA Chill Is In The Air But Manhattan Brooklyn Real Estate Markets Are Hot And Going Strong

Manhattan real estate remains hot and is increasingly exclusive. That’s the message from Corcoran’s second quarter 2014 report. The average price for resale co-ops, resale condos and new developments increased 20 percent over last year, up to $1.697 million. That number topped the first quarter and sets a new record high price. Median price, however, while increasing 6 percent to $920,000, has still not rebounded to the 2008 second quarter all-time high of $975,000. Price per square foot saw a large gain, up 15 percent to $1,286 market-wide, which is also a new record. Larger units are seeing higher price gains, with annual growth at 2 percent for studios,...
The Villager - Thursday, September 18, 2014

The WeekHouse Hunting 7 Homes In Brooklyn

Fort Greene. This town house was originally built as a water tower in the early 1900s. Since then, it has served as a firehouse, a bomb shelter, a production studio, and now two duplex loft apartments. Details include etched glass, skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high ceilings. The gated entrance opens to a multiple-car garage and three office spaces. $5,000,000. Sanjya Tidke, Halstead Property, (917) 701-3682.
The Week - Thursday, September 18, 2014