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We’re already in for an interesting year in real estate, with the market steadily picking up over the first half. Here’s a look at the current NYC real estate market in numbers: 245 more words

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The Best Summer Camping Near New York City

Summer is here, and the city’s smothering heat is starting to really get to you. You consider going on an exotic vacation, but you don’t have the time or energy to plan one. 753 more words

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Closed / 12 West 96th Street #2B

Congratulations to the new owners of 12 West 96th Street, #2B. Just steps from Central Park, this classic six-room home features a foyer with built-in bookshelves, a 14 x 23 ft living room, renovated kitchen, 3 large bedrooms, and a home office. 55 more words

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Best Rooftop Spots For Summer In NYC

It’s common knowledge among New Yorkers that the best moments of summer in the city tend to take place on a rooftop. Amid our usual urban claustrophobia, there’s something incredibly freeing about the breezy, open space of a rooftop garden, or the view of the Manhattan skyline from a 17th-story bar.   800 more words

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Cooking Classes Around NYC

New York City is home to some of the world’s top chefs, as well as a vast array of high-quality ingredients for every type of cuisine. 648 more words

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Outsourcing Your Online Presence

It’s 2017. There are a million ways to get a web site set up inexpensively that you can easily update yourself. Setting up a Facebook page and letting your web site rot, or worse, not even having a web site of your own, is outsourcing your entire  online presence.

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Summer 2017 NYC Events

At long last summer is upon us again so mark your calendars and commit to finally attending that summer event you always mean to go to but never actually make. 1,352 more words

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