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Wall Street JournalHarlem's Burgeoning Food Scene

By Lana Bortolot Not long ago, eating out in Harlem meant the obligatory trip to Sylvia’s Restaurant on Malcolm X Boulevard for soul food. But when chef Marcus Samuelsson opened Red Rooster a block away in 2011, followed by Harlem Corner Social diagonally across the street, it signaled a change in the local dining scene. “For a long time all you had was soul food or mom-and-pop places,” said Anahi Angelone, Harlem Corner Social’s owner. “But now people are seeing there are opportunities for so much else.” Bolstered by that confidence, Ms. Angelone will open a second restaurant, Angel, in two weeks, the latest in...
Wall Street Journal - Thursday, April 23, 2015

Real Estate WeeklyHave You Heard

Halstead Property agents donated more than 5,000 gently-worn coats to New Yorkers in need as part of the New York Cares’ 2014 Coat Drive. Halstead was the fundraiser’s largest single donor in New York City. The drive marked one of several initiatives spearheaded by the firm’s philanthropic arm, Halstead Helping Hands in 2014. “We are honored to have worked alongside numerous philanthropic programs over the past year, particularly New York Cares,” said John Wollberg, executive director of sales of Halstead’s Park Avenue office. “It was a wonderful experience for our agents and staff to lend a helping hand to these important causes and...
Real Estate Weekly - Thursday, April 23, 2015

New York PostRidgewood New York's Outer-Borough Borderland

Strolling through Ridgewood, Queens, one doesn’t get a sense right away that change is imminent. The main commercial corridors crisscrossing the neighborhood — Seneca, Myrtle and Fresh Pond avenues — are still a jumble of local businesses, discount retailers and mid-range, mall-style chain stores. In keeping with Queens’ international character, the sidewalks teem with a cross-section of residents and vendors selling DVDs, mobile accessories and street food. But in the tree-lined grid between the busy corridors, small things are percolating and creating a buzz that has put Ridgewood on the map as the next big thing. Solidly planted in working-class Queens, it’s...
New York Post - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Realtor.comEssay In Transparency Hudson Valley Glass House For Sale

As you drive a quarter-mile past farmland and head into a dense New York forest, you might expect to come upon a ranch or farmhouse, not a glass house. But this single-story, 2,638-square-foot house is just that—glass. Called the Gefter-Press House in Ghent, NY, it could be yours for $1,950,000. “It’s stunning,” says Nancy Felcetto Horowitz, sales director of Halstead Property in Hudson Valley, NY. “The glass creates a lifestyle; it makes you feel like you’re outside.” Horowitz likens the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home to “going underwater in a glass box.” You feel like you’re part of the sea but protected from the elements. ...
Realtor.com - Monday, April 20, 2015

Inman NewsPartnering With Volunteer Organization Has Heartwarming Payoff For Real Estate Brokerage

Halstead Property collected more than 5,000 coats for New York Cares -- and found a referral, too Agents in New York City volunteered their efforts to combat the bitter cold this winter by gathering gently worn coats for those less fortunate. The results? Incredible! Halstead Property’s team of agents stood out among other corporate donors by donating more than 5,000 coats to this year’s New York Cares 2014 Coat Drive. Halstead’s Helping Hands program is a shining example of how great agents can make a huge difference in their community. The company’s participation in the coat drive was kicked off by Elaine Tross, a broker in Halstead’s...
Inman News - Monday, April 20, 2015