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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

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

15
Oct

Home remedies for the decoration blues

Renting is a great solution for the nomadic New Yorker, and no one will judge you for apartment-hopping every year or two. But when the space is on loan that pesky landlord might punish your creative spirit if the changes don’t move out with you. If you can’t live without bright walls or risk losing

08
Oct

Haunting NYC: The Annals of Aaron Burr

When it comes to the ghosts of New York, Aaron Burr could lay claim to the title of Mayor of Manifestations. The third Vice President, an accomplished trial lawyer perhaps best known for killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel, once held enviable status, but you know the old adage, “…the harder they fall.” Now Burr

08
Oct

A Day in Soho — Video

Shot by one of our talented video interns, Brandon McMillan.

30
Sep

Five Spooky Spots for Kooky Costumes

Halloween is right around the corner, but if you’re not yet stocked full of scary masks, ghoulish costumes and horrifying decor you’re in luck! New York City takes Halloween very seriously, so,whether you’re hosting a creeptastic party at home or heading to some swanky ball in Soho, there is no shortage of places to make

29
Sep

Real Estate News of the Day — 9/29/2012

Dustin Hoffman looking for new West Village pad, a peek into the private Gramercy Park and other news you may have missed…

28
Sep

Top 5 Spots to Stalk Celebs in Oct.

October is an exciting month for celebrity events in New York City. With the wide range of television shows and movies that are constantly being filmed here, it is entirely possible you may accidentally run into someone famous on the street. If you want to know exactly who to stalk, umm meet, and when you

28
Sep

5 Vehicle-free Getaways from NYC

New York City may be one of the hottest international tourist destinations, but even the most avid Manhattan-phile needs to ditch the skyscrapers and non-stop nightlife sometimes. But what’s an urbanite to do if you don’t have a car or can’t afford to hop a jet on a whim. Here’s a list of five nearby