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Archives: October 2011

Living at Time Warner in 2011

    It doesnt get much better than the Time Warner condominiums in New York City.  That’s not to say that there aren’t some very close runner ups or one or two buildings that actually tie with this condominium, but it’s definitely tough to beat.   I remember when they were in the process of […]

Central Park South sizzles

The Jumeirah Essex House Condominium Growning up, the Essex House was anything but a luxury condominium.  The Location however, on Central Park South made the transition to Condominiums inevitable. This Art Deco building was built in 1930 and has 200 luxury condominiums, a 24 hour doorman, concierge, and 43 stories overlooking famed Central Park. Bordering […]

Bringing it at the Bromley

      Beautiful Bromley has been around Back in 1986 when The Bromley was born, the Upper West Side was a very different place.  Many of the shops you see now didn’t exist, and certainly many of the condominium buildings we have on the Upper West Side weren’t even thoughts in the developers minds […]

Alec Baldwin on the Upper West Side

Alec Baldwin outside The Sony Movie theater on 68th Street and Broadway   Just the other night I was walking out of my office on West 68th Street and Broadway and who should be filming a movie across the street, but Alec Baldwin.  Now that shouldn’t be too surprise i guess, because unless he’s moved recently, i believe […]

Watch out for the Westbury

  Go West my friend I remember going to the grand opening of a New developement called The Westbury back in 1998 and loving it. There are numerous full floor condomiiniums with gracious open floorplans, 2-3 bedroom layouts and north and south exposures. Most of these units have open city views from the terrraces on the south […]

Rising to the clouds with class

 The Ariel condominium towers above the rest Glass clad, and towering 37 stories into the sky, the Ariel condominium towers above all of the buildings in the area. Most of the other buildings in the area were built 100 years ago and are either 12-15 story prewar buildings or 5 story brownstones. The views from this building […]

The opening of the Opus condominium

The Opus Condominium at 272 West 107th Street Back in the day when you sold a condo just from a floorplan In 2005 the market was hot and the buyers were even hotter. That’s not to say that all the buyers were models or something,  just that people couldn’t buy a home fast enough. Well, needless to say, […]

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