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New York Post20 Must-Know Residential Developments Hitting NYC This Season

If you’re about to embark on the hunt to buy the perfect New York City pad, get excited. A healthy stock of new residential buildings ― some ground-up, some converted ― are listing thousands of apartments for sale this spring. They range from the mega-glitzy, Robert A.M. Stern-designed 520 Park Ave. (whose sprawling penthouse will ask a stratospheric $130 million) to the boutique, like 559 W. 23rd St., which will have six duplex units starting at $4.5 million. Projects will be popping up all over the city, from the 39-unit Liv@ Murray Park in Long Island City and over to 42 Maspeth in East Williamsburg. 15 Hubert...
New York Post - Thursday, April 16, 2015

New York TimesA Landing Place On The Upper West Side

For several years, Hugo Nicholls and Adam Flagg, both flight attendants, had two homes. First came a Houston condominium, owned by Mr. Nicholls, who was originally based there. Then, in 2009, they bought an Upper East Side co-op. By then, both were based in Newark. The New York co-op, a one-bedroom on the fourth floor of a six-floor walk-up, had only around 350 square feet, a small refrigerator, a view of a brick wall and two noisy neighbors, one of whom click-clacked down the hall in high heels. Every time the men came home from work — both fly internationally — they had to lug their...
New York Times - Thursday, April 16, 2015

Mann ReportHalstead's Forbes Goes On The Air

Halstead Property and Louise Phillips Forbes announce a one-month broadcast partnership with BYL Network, Inc. Throughout the month of April, people can watch the series at www.bylnetwork.com where Forbes offers insight about the real estate market, on the Home and Travel Channel twice daily starting with a "live" airing at 9:30 a.m. EST and re-airing at 7:30 p.m. EST Monday-Sunday. Each 5-minute segment, shot on location in some of New York City's most luxurious properties, can be seen "On-Demand" after the first broadcast. Full shows will be shared on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Mann Report - Thursday, April 16, 2015

Greenwich TimeSupply And Demand

Even as a growing number of Fairfield County homeowners look to list their properties amid continued low interest rates, many in Greenwich are holding off doing so as frigid February weather delayed work to spruce up properties in expectation of showings. With warmer temperatures this month spurring attendance at open houses, Greenwich properties priced between $1 million and $2 million are seeing the most activity, largely among younger families with a high-enough income to be able to afford such a home, according to Barb McKee, an agent with Houlihan Lawrence who was named realtor of the year by the Greenwich Association of Realtors. "Newly renovated or new homes...
Greenwich Time - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

The New York Daily NewsRaining Condos Here Are The 13 Hottest New NYC Condos Hitting The Market This Spring

It’s raining condos in Manhattan. A stream of uber-luxe new condos is coming to market in some of the city’s priciest locales, finally putting an end to the enduring inventory shortage that’s been pushing up prices. Approximately 5,377 new condo units are expected to hit the market this year, including 1,900 this spring alone, according to data from Corcoran Sunshine. That’s still well below the peak of the last cycle in 2007, when a whopping 8,052 units came on the market, but it’s more than double the number of new apartments that arrived last year and almost 20 times the number that were built in 2011, following...
The New York Daily News - Wednesday, April 15, 2015