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Real estate information and consumer reports about buying and selling apartments and townhouses in the complex Manhattan real estate market.

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2007 

The Kalahari 40 West 116th StreetThe Kalahari will be covered in decorations inspired by South African Ndebele tribal designs. Adinkra symbols" and other African designs and markings will adorn the walls. The 12 story building will contain an independent film center, education center and a ...
07/19/2007
In many markets throughout the country $225,000 gets you a three bedroom house with perhaps a nice back yard. There have been many new developments in Manhattan the last several years. Many do not have garages which can be a deal breaker for some new condo buyers. Many buildings that do have gara...
07/15/2007
Luxury condos going up throughout the city, the latest trend is subtelty. Large spaces with quiet, subtle luxury is being seen in the newer condo projects. Designers are creating kitchens that conceal major appliances. Flaunting appliances such as the Sub-Zero, the Viking, the Wolf are out. Today...
07/13/2007
"Don't it always seem to go that you dont know what you've got til it's gone.... They paved Paradise and they put up a Duane Reade Walgreens  (Joni Mitchell -Big Yellow Taxi - 1970) The other night I called The Malaysia Grill a restaurant at my corner for dinner they told me they...
07/03/2007
New NYC quiet law begins today. For the first time in 30 years the noise code in New York City has been changed. Effective today July, 1 2007 there are new rules regarding noise in the city. According to an interactive survey on The Call Live Wire:http://ny1.com the other night, the three top noi...
07/01/2007
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Mitchell J Hall

Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan, NYC
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