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Top Local Camping Spots for Fall 2015

Each year before the cold weather sets in, I try to go for one last weekend getaway in the great outdoors. While I enjoy escaping the city, I also prefer to retain some of the basic comforts of civilized living. 878 more words

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The Best NYC Architecture and Design Events Happening This October

For the fifth year in a row, the American Institute of Architects New York chapter (AIANY) will present Archtober, a month-long festival of architecture and design activities. 968 more words

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Market Update: Q3 Aggregate Just Released

The Town Residential 3rd Quarter Market Report, The Aggregate, has just been released. Here is a summary of key findings about the Manhattan Market:

  • Year-over-year median price per square foot rose almost 6%
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Closed: 45 Lispenard Street #2E

Congratulations to my buyer who just closed on 45 Lispenard Street, Apartment 2E after a bidding war that lead to a competing all-cash offer. I helped my client secure financing and prepared an outstanding board package that allowed her to beat the all cash offer. 82 more words

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$500,000 for US Citizenship: How the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Works

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, created under the Immigration Act of 1990, allows foreign nationals to obtain a green card by investing money in the United States. 722 more words

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Late season - not the end, but late for sure!

It has been an awesome season. I said I was going to race a bunch of different races this year, and it has really been fun to do that. 314 more words

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Block by Block: The West 90s - The New York Times

My listing at 382 Central Park West is right in the West 90s – a great neighborhood with residents from a wide range of cultures, beautiful architecture, excellent restaurants, lots of shopping, trains, and two great parks. 41 more words

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