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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 Real DealFor Whom The Market Tolls To Spark Sales Toll Brothers Gets Creative With Incentives

In December 2015, with new development sales beginning to drag, Doug Yearley got poetic about condo sales – or the lack thereof. “There are certain units in certain locations within a building that are hot, and then there are other units that may be in a dark, cold corner that you have to incentivize a bit more,” the CEO of national homebuilding giant Toll Brothers told investors during an earnings call at the time. Since then, Toll Brothers has rolled out an aggressive array of incentives at its condo projects in New York, becoming one of the biggest players to acknowledge the slowdown and spell out its plans to tackle...
The Real Deal - Friday, April 21, 2017

The Lo-DownApartment Of The Week Sponsored By Halstead Property 568 Grand St 3BR

3BR/2A With Panoramic Views! This top floor sun filled three bedroom/two bath home has undergone a brand new and stunning renovation by designer architect Gregory Colston. Airy and light filled with high end condominium finishes and dramatic skyline and river views, this one is truly not to be missed! 7″ wide plank whitewashed solid oak floors in satin finish grace the entire apartment giving a sense of warmth and expansion. All new solid core doors with Baldwin door hardware, custom radiator enclosures and many other custom details abound. Wired surround sound and hardwired data throughout the home as well as cutting edge LED lighting. Top of the...
The Lo-Down - Friday, April 21, 2017

Real Estate WeeklyBrooklyn Retail Heating Up In Spite Of Nationwide Chill

You may have heard that the national retail market is cooling off across the country – but here in Brooklyn, the retail scene is actually heating up. That is great news for Brooklynites, visitors, brokers, retailers, and our city’s economy. REBNYs Winter 2017 Brooklyn Retail Report found that average asking rents for ground floor retail spaces have increased along seven of the borough’s major retail corridors in comparison to winter 2016. This biannual report, based on data provided by REBNY’s Commercial Brokerage Brooklyn and Retail Committees, remains a leading resource for industry leaders. The new report revealed that Greenpoint’s Franklin Street, between Meserole Avenue and Commercial Street, experienced the largest...
Real Estate Weekly - Friday, April 21, 2017

Real Estate WeeklyRamirez Takes Halstead To Top Of Class

Real Estate’s low-key A-lister puts high priority on hard work. New York City real estate is an industry heavy on pomp and circumstance. Deals are fodder for reality television shows and press releases are produced at a rate similar to a factory assembly line. Diane Ramirez has mostly steered clear of his industry’s self-aggrandizing tendencies. Ramirez, the daughter of a former MTA bus driver, has climbed the ranks to become Halstead Property’s first-ever CEO, all while straying from the path of other media-friendly real estate executives. Nonetheless, she has accumulated a lot of goodwill in the industry she occupies. “Diane Ramirez is a classy, gracious professional,” said...
Real Estate Weekly - Thursday, April 20, 2017

West Side RagDiscover The Best Kept Times Square Secret

One of the best kept secrets of Times Square, and often nicknamed the “hum,” Max Neuhaus’ “Time Square” sound installation is meant to be discovered by visitors on their own at the north end of the triangular pedestrian island located at Broadway between 45th and 46th Streets. Neuhaus intended the work to be passed by until it became a sort of personal encounter. First installed in the subway ventilation shaft in 1977 to 1992 and then later restored in 2002, the unlabeled work of art has no sound system in sight. You may notice a low, distinctive “hum” mixed in with all the crazy sounds of Times Square and...
West Side Rag - Thursday, April 20, 2017

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