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Wall Street JournalChange Comes To Striver's Row

Striver's Row is facing an identity crisis. Last week, an 1891 house sold for almost $2.89 million, a record price for the Harlem neighborhood that left some older Strivers worried something neighborly was being lost as affluent buyers bid up prices. "After a point, only certain wealthy people can afford to move in," said Montez Davidson, the widow of a physician and acupuncturist who practiced out of their home on West 139th Street for many years. "I don't know that the new people moving in are Strivers. They have made it." Striver's Row was once a center for the African-American elite in the golden age of...
Wall Street Journal - Friday, August 01, 2014

The Real DealDevelopment Updates

Downtown Brooklyn 388 Bridge Street Sales launched for the building’s 104 condominiums and 40 penthouse apartments. In the first two weeks of sales, offers were accepted on 44 condos. Developed by the Stahl Organization and designed by SLCE, the 53-story building also contains 234 rental apartments. Building amenities include a children’s playroom, media/screening room, fitness center, 24/7-attended parking garage and a lounge on the 46th floor. Remaining condos range in price from $700,000 to $1.6 million. Penthouses range from $1 million to $6 million. Halstead Property Development Marketing is handling sales. Contact: www.388bridge.com.
The Real Deal - Friday, August 01, 2014

The Real DealDevelopers Brokers Are Getting Fired Up Over Hell S Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen spent much of its history with a grimy, some might even say seamy reputation, but in the past few years, the Midtown West neighborhood has continued its makeover into an increasingly higher-end locale. In this month’s Q&A, The Real Deal talked to new development marketing firms, brokers and developers with a stake in Hell’s Kitchen about the impact of new construction in the neighborhood and the growth of Hudson Yards just to its south, as well as what development opportunities are still available. With prices edging higher, but not on par with nearby Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, Hell’s Kitchen is seeing a new crop of...
The Real Deal - Friday, August 01, 2014

The Real DealHamptons Without Houses East End Developers Turn To Condos

Residential real estate in the Hamptons brings to mind sprawling farmland estates, waterfront mansions, or even quaint bungalows. But a number of developers are now bringing a very Manhattan type of housing to Long Island’s East End: condos and townhouses. The bet is that both longtime Hamptons residents looking to scale down and Manhattanites looking for turnkey homes will flock to these maintenance-free properties. In the last few years, at least five townhouse and condo projects went up, including Harbor’s Edge in Sag Harbor, which just began marketing last month. “There is a pent-up demand for condos in the Hamptons, and developers are tapping into that,”...
The Real Deal - Friday, August 01, 2014

The Real DealRanking The Brooklyn Firm Boom

With the Brooklyn brand now slapped on everything from Dubai diners to French clothing — and with a Park Slope resident in City Hall — Kings County has, perhaps, never seen its star shine brighter. And real estate firms are, not surprisingly, continuing to capture some of that glow. This month, The Real Deal ranked the top Brooklyn firms by both number of agents and dollar volume of listings. The biggest five Brooklyn firms by agent count were: Rapid Realty, the rental franchise; the Corcoran Group; Fillmore Real Estate; Douglas Elliman, and Ideal Properties. Meanwhile, Corcoran, Elliman, Fillmore, Halstead Property and RE/MAX Metro ranked as the...
The Real Deal - Friday, August 01, 2014