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By proadAccountId-359018 17 Jul, 2017

This may be the time to consider living in the Yorkville area of the UPPER EAST SIDE. The newly opened SECOND AVENUE subway extends the Q line through this neighborhood. For years buildings east of THIRD AVENUE were a more affordable option for apartments on the UPPER EAST SIDE but the price difference between west and east of THIRD AVENUE is narrowing. The new extension of the Q line has contributed to this change.

By proadAccountId-359018 28 Jun, 2017

If you are looking for a suburban vibe but don't want to leave New York City you may be able to find a home without moving to suburbia. Brooklyn may have just the neighborhood where you will find that house and a yard for the outdoor grill.  Enjoy the suburban perks and be just a subway ride from the office.

REF: New York Times, 6/25/17 REAL ESTATE SECTION, The Hunt - Joyce Cohen

By proadAccountId-359018 26 Jun, 2017
Developers in Flushing, Queens are focusing on office condo sales in response to a sizable concentration of Asian professionals in the neighborhood who usually prefer to purchase rather than rent office space.
It is interesting to note that new commercial and residential condominiums here are selling for close to the same average per square foot price. This would indicate that Flushing is a neighborhood to watch.

SOURCE:   The Real Deal - June 2017, "Flushing's Other Condo Boom", Rich Bockmann
By proadAccountId-359018 01 Jun, 2017
If you are trying to live and learn in The Big Apple, you might want to consider the area of Queens known as Long Island City. A new neighborhood-in-the-making is under way and should attract coop/condo buyers and those seeking to attend Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island (opening this summer).

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By proadAccountId-359018 17 Jul, 2017

This may be the time to consider living in the Yorkville area of the UPPER EAST SIDE. The newly opened SECOND AVENUE subway extends the Q line through this neighborhood. For years buildings east of THIRD AVENUE were a more affordable option for apartments on the UPPER EAST SIDE but the price difference between west and east of THIRD AVENUE is narrowing. The new extension of the Q line has contributed to this change.

By proadAccountId-359018 28 Jun, 2017

If you are looking for a suburban vibe but don't want to leave New York City you may be able to find a home without moving to suburbia. Brooklyn may have just the neighborhood where you will find that house and a yard for the outdoor grill.  Enjoy the suburban perks and be just a subway ride from the office.

REF: New York Times, 6/25/17 REAL ESTATE SECTION, The Hunt - Joyce Cohen

By proadAccountId-359018 26 Jun, 2017
Developers in Flushing, Queens are focusing on office condo sales in response to a sizable concentration of Asian professionals in the neighborhood who usually prefer to purchase rather than rent office space.
It is interesting to note that new commercial and residential condominiums here are selling for close to the same average per square foot price. This would indicate that Flushing is a neighborhood to watch.

SOURCE:   The Real Deal - June 2017, "Flushing's Other Condo Boom", Rich Bockmann
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