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Real Estate WeeklyDone Deals

Midtown West 350-368 W50th St. #TH-1K $739,000 Loft like professional live-work space. Elevated, first floor 636 s/f home/office. Enter via gated private stoop and separate foyer entrance. Private sleeping area, full bath with marble detailing, full open kitchen, 10 ft. ceilings and a stacked washer and dryer. Private garden. Video security, doorman and fully alarmed windows and doors. Central air. building offers roof gardens, private community garden, community room and David Barton Gym with sea water pool. CC: $827.21. Asking Price: $850,000. Time on Market: 31 Weeks. Agents: Lia Troy, Halstead Property; Ed Thompson, City Connections Realty, Inc.
Real Estate Weekly - Friday, October 21, 2016

citybizlistHalstead Property CEO Diane Ramirez And Family Honored At The Annual Lsa Family Health Service Gala

Halstead Chairman & CEO Diane M. Ramirez and her family were presented with “The Family Spirit Award” at the 2016 Little Sisters of the Assumption (LSA) Family Health Service Gala in celebration of the “Spirit of East Harlem.” The annual event was held at The Pierre Hotel in New York City on Monday, October 17th, 2016. The festivities included a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions, dinner and an award ceremony. Three generations of the Ramirez family, including; Diane M. Ramirez and her husband Samuel A. Ramirez, Sr., as well as their son Samuel A. Ramirez, Jr., his wife, Fabiana Ramirez, and their three children, were honored for their...
citybizlist - Friday, October 21, 2016

Gotham MagazinePonds Bays Are The New Beaches When It Comes To Hamptons Waterfront Properties

Ultra-high-end waterfront luxury in the Hamptons used to mean two things: south of the highway and close to the ocean. But while the Atlantic will never lose its majestic appeal, other local waters have ascended to the peak of desirability as well. Whether that’s due to their quieter energy or their more varied ecosystems, alternative Hamptons waterfronts—calm bays and sequestered ponds—have increased in value. “We’ve definitely seen an acceleration in interest in the last five years,” says Mala Sander, an agent at Corcoran (155 Main St., Sag Harbor; 631-899-0108), named one of the top agents in the Hamptons by The Wall Street Journal. “It’s not just pretty to look...
Gotham Magazine - Thursday, October 20, 2016

Darien PatchDarien Wow House Stone Harbour In Tokeneke

DARIEN, CT—The home at 26 Searles Road is for sale at a listing price of $7.9 million. It is within the Stone Harbour waterfront community in Tokeneke. The home features stone and stucco outdoors and has formal gardens and a pool privatized by wrought iron fencing. 26 Searles Road has five beds, five full baths and three half baths in 5,500 square feet. The sale also includes 28 Searles Road.
Darien Patch - Thursday, October 20, 2016

Brick UndergroundQueens And Brooklyn More New Condos Are Headed Your Way

Yes, Brooklyn and, to a lesser extent, Queens, is seeing a glut of new rental buildings, leading to a softening in the market. But renters aren't the only ones gaining access to a new crop of options—buyers are, too. There are multi-tower complexes and intimate boutique buildings making their debut, and regardless of building size, amenities abound in these new offerings. More often than not, they include drool-worthy outdoor spaces (seven acre landscaped terrace or al fresco dining facilities, anyone?) and a ton of wellness options like pools and gyms. And of course, something only buildings in these outer boroughs can offer: gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline. ...
Brick Underground - Wednesday, October 19, 2016