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28
Jul

Katy Quinton Selected for Junior League

Congratulations to our very own, Kathryn (Katy) Quinton, for her recent acceptance into the New York Junior League. The New York Junior League (NYJL) is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers through projects that teach, mentor,

22
Jul
22
Jul

The Edry Team Listed Among America’s Best Real Estate Agents

According to the latest RealTrends list of America’s Best Real Estate Agents,The Edry Team at Keller Williams NYC Real Estate ranked #3 in all of Manhattan (#5 in NY State) based on total number of transaction sides in 2015. We also cracked the list of teams with the highest annual volume in the state, with

27
Mar

Battle of the Buildings: 205 East 59th Street Vs. 151 East 58th Street

This week we will be comparing two buildings that are situated across the street from each other.  151 East 58th Street also known as One Beacon Court is a luxury high-rise that was built in 2003.  The building offers some of the most expensive newly developed apartments in Manhattan with an average square foot of

15
Nov

Top Five Priciest Park Ave. Buildings

If you travel anywhere in the world and you mention that you live in a Park Avenue apartment people will automatically associate you with wealth and luxury. It makes sense. This famous boulevard has some of the world’s most expensive apartments that house the rich and famous. In our search to find the top five

26
Oct

NYC Still Top Dog for Global Investments

Republished from World Property Channel Posted by Michael Gerrity 10/09/12 10:50 AM EST According to Cushman & Wakefield’s annual Winning in Growth Cities report launched today at EXPO REAL trade fair in Munich, low global interest rates and ongoing risk are luring investors towards commercial property markets in core global cities, with New York attracting

22
Oct
22
Oct

Factoid of the Week

It takes an average of 858 days to complete a foreclosure in Florida, more than twice the national average. Only New Jersey and New York — at 1,072 days — take longer. –RealtyTrac.

18
Oct

5 Picks for a Live Music Fix

When you want to hear live music, there’s no need to stand in line for tickets that cost more than your ConEdison bill. Manhattan offers many spots with phenomenal house bands for small cover charge (or for free). If you’re willing to do some exploring or walk through a dimly lit alley, you’re bound to

16
Oct

5 of Our Fave Farmer Markets in the City

Farmers’ markets are an excellent way to buy fresh, organic produce around the city. Avoid waiting in line in a stuffy supermarket and get outside to interact with nearby farmers, neighborhood residents and friends. Best of all, when you buy your food directly from the farmers, you’re giving back area businesses – and nature! 175th