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Connect MediaBrokers Beautify The Boulevard

Halstead Real Estate raised $7,000 for the Frederick Douglass Blvd. Alliance with its “Beautify the Boulevard” event Oct. 4, 2017. “The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance is an incredible organization that encourages a positive and thriving environment for Harlem’s community and businesses. Funds from Beautify the Boulevard will go toward installing matching tree guards to enhance and protect the trees along the corridor from 110th to 124th Street,” says Sandy Wilson, executive director of sales for Halstead Harlem (pictured, right, with Sarah Pedersen and Curtis Archer). The event included a gallery of artwork by uptown artists, curated by Art in FLUX, followed by a “Taste of...
Connect Media - Friday, October 20, 2017

BrownstonerFour Townhouses To See This Weekend Starting At 1 495 Million

We’ve got a grab bag for you on the open house front this weekend, with houses of brick, brownstone, limestone and vinyl that span different periods and styles. One’s gut renovated, the others all look ready for inhabitation, but are possible candidates for some upgrading. They’re found in Brooklyn Heights, Bed Stuy, Bay Ridge and Windsor Terrace. First up, a charming 19th-century brick townhouse on a lovely cobblestoned block of Joralemon Street in Brooklyn Heights. It’s on the diminutive side, at 17 feet wide and 35 feet deep, configured as an upper three-bedroom triplex over a garden rental. A semi-detached four-story with a center staircase, it’s got the original...
Brownstoner - Friday, October 20, 2017

Brick UndergroundFive Prospect Heights Co-Ops That Are Having Open Houses This Weekend

Late last week we heard from a former Prospect Heights co-op owner whose experience left her scarred for life, and swearing that she will never buy again. The rigors of co-op boards aren't for everyone, as is reflected in the longstanding price gap between co-ops and condos. Still, co-ops can be nice for the right person, and Prospect Heights approaches the convenience of Downtown Brooklyn, but has the trees and prewar charm of neighborhoods further out. For this week's Crib Sheet, we're highlighting five co-ops in the neighborhood, all of which are having open houses this Sunday. At 233 Prospect Pl., this one bedroom...
Brick Underground - Friday, October 20, 2017

New York ObserverNatasha Lyonne Won T Be Leaving Her Favorite Neighborhood

Natasha Lyonne is the latest celebrity to consider an apartment in a unique East Village building. The Orange Is the New Black actress reportedly toured a second-floor condo at 415 East 6th Street, per the New York Post. The building, which is comprised of just three units, is situated above a historic—and active—synagogue. Last year, Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgård toured the duplex penthouse, before eventually turning his attention elsewhere in the neighborhood and snapping up a $2.3 million abode at 119 East 10th Street. Before that, comedian Aziz Ansari checked out the very same unit on 6th Street, though he, too, passed on it. ...
New York Observer - Thursday, October 19, 2017

citybizlistHalstead Hosted Successful Beautify The Boulevard Event To Benefit The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance

On Wednesday, October 4th, Halstead’s Harlem office hosted “Beautify the Boulevard,” an event that successfully brought together and celebrated the work of Uptown artists, restaurants and local businesses along Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Approximately 70 people came out to Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem to enjoy local art and cuisine, all while supporting a great cause and raising over $7,000 in the process. Proceeds from the event benefit the Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance, an organization that aims to support and promote the community as a model, mixed-use neighborhood through advocacy and community, public and private partnerships. “We are thrilled with the turnout of community members for our Beautify the...
citybizlist - Thursday, October 19, 2017

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