Q2 2018 Market Update: A Look At The Numbers

Check out this short video to hear (or read if you can’t listen to sound) what happened during Q2 in the NYC residential real estate market. Highlights: Total Sales: 2,629 : 16.6% decrease from same period a year ago Inventory: 6,985: 10.7% increase from same...

Ruppert Towers | 1601 Third Ave #4B

Apartment 4B at Ruppert Towers is a large south-facing studio in a full service condominium building. Enter into the foyer with a large walk in closet to your left, and the living and entertaining space to your right. The apartment is spacious and has an updated...

Dining on the river: A Long Island City

Long Island City owed much of its growth in the 19th century to the East River, which forms its western boundary. Barges carried goods to and from the locale’s docks and warehouses, and ferries carried commuters to Manhattan during the day before whisking them back to...

A Tale of Two Museums

Empty, ripe-for-conversion warehouses and factories—and their affordable rents—attracted numerous artists from Manhattan to Long Island City during the past couple of decades. They also attracted two significant art museums: MoMA PS1, an outpost of Manhattan’s Museum...

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