nyc: New Listing | 408 West 57th Street - 12/31/13 06:09 AM
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nyc: Tourism & Tech | NYC Outpaces Nation in Job Growth - 05/14/13 02:57 AM
 
 Tourism and Tech sector leading New York City's Economy. Arts and Culture spurs Tourism
 

Last year, New York City welcomed an all-time high of 52 million visitors, who had an all-time high $55.3 billion impact on NYC's economy. The NYC leisure and hospitality sector already employs more than 363,000 people in our city – an all-time record. Growth in our tourism sector is a big reason why NYC continues to outpace the nation in job growth.
NYC is seeing record growth in arts and culture. Tourism is a big reason why – because half of all tourists to … (7 comments)

nyc: NYC’s Economic Future Will be Built by Coders - 03/01/13 04:32 AM
NYC School Program to Help Prepare Students for College and Careers in Growing Tech Sector
20 NYC public schools have been selected for the new Software Engineering Pilot program to begin at the start of the next school year. The schools will receive comprehensive computer science and software engineering curriculum for the 1,000 students expected to participate this fall. 
By 2016, the program will grow to 3,500 students. Mayor Bloomberg first announced the Software Engineering Pilot in his State of the City address last month, and the program is a part of the City’s work to prepare students for college and careers in … (10 comments)

nyc: Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday Season. - 12/25/12 03:12 AM


Have Yourself A Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday Season.
All my best wishes for a happy healthy and prosperous New Year!  
Hope to see you in Manhattan in 2013!

Enjoy Some Christmas music and Manhattan Holiday Pictures Taken Around Town during the Holiday Season
 
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nyc: Affordable Housing the New Chic! Open Houses Today - 12/09/12 05:32 AM
Affordable Housing in NYC - The New Chic!
Open Houses Sunday December 16th

517 West 144th Street Apt #8 
Mint Renovated 3 Bedroom 1 Bath @ $349,000*
Open House 12 noon - 1:00pm
(Hurry take the "A" train or (#1, B or C) - the quickest way to get to Hamilton Heights, way up in Harlem
 
11 West 108th Street Apt. #33
2 Bedroom 1 bath @ $350,000*
Open House 1:30- 2:30 PM
Manhattan Valley - Upper West Side - Location, Location, Location (off Central Park West )
 
517 West 48th Street Apt. 5F
2 Bedroom 1 Bath @ … (7 comments)

nyc: Live who you are... the new corcoran.com - 11/16/12 06:02 AM

 
The stress is over. Introducing the new corcoran.com (http://www.corcoran.com/mhall). No more complicated searches. No more computers guessing how you want to live. Now you can browse properties based on precisely what you want. And then dive into as much information as you need to make smart decisions. Think of it as a find engine, not a search engine.
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nyc: NYC | Hurricane Sandra on UWS Hurricane Sandy Downtown & Elsewhere - 10/30/12 11:30 AM
Lower Manhattan below 34th Street has been devastated by hurricane Sandy. The Hudson river overflowed at 23rd Street onto 10th and 11th Avenue. The west side highway, a river. The East Village is under terrible floods as is Battery Park City. Fires in Chelsea and throughout the city. Sandy caused terrible damage perhaps the worst hurricane damage in NYC history. Sandy wrecked havoc through out the region.
Fortunately on the Upper West Side of Manhattan her name was Sandra. She didn't quite let her hair down here like she did downtown. Sandra took down a few trees, left a few puddles … (12 comments)

nyc: Hurricane Sandy Update for New York City - 10/28/12 03:25 PM

As Hurricane Sandy approaches New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this morning that the MTA's subway and rail service will shut down at 7 p.m. and bus service will end at 9 p.m., and Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered mandatory evacuations of the city's low-lying Zone A by 7 p.m.
NYC public schools are closed Monday September 29, 2012. Flooding is expected throughout the region.
Be Prepared:
If your apartment has a terrace or balcony, make sure nothing can become airbourne during a high wind condition. This includes awnings, umbrellas, boxes, plants or trees, outdoor furniture, toys etc. Store … (7 comments)

nyc: Just Listed | 517 West 48th Street 5F - 10/04/12 06:52 PM
Sapacious and Affordable 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Prewar Home in Hell's Kitchen
   


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nyc: Speechless Sunday | Only in New York - 09/30/12 09:30 AM
On 42nd Street

In the heart of little old New York, You'll find a thoroughfare.
It's the part of little old New York That runs into Times Square. Forty-Second Street. Where the underworld can meet the elite, Forty-Second Street.
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nyc: From Trash to Treasure | Freshkills Park - 09/28/12 08:36 AM


      
At 2,200 acres, Freshkills Park will be almost three times the size of Central Park and the largest park developed in New York City in over 100 years. The transformation of what was formerly the world’s largest garbage dump landfill into a productive and beautiful cultural destination will make the park a symbol of renewal and an expression of how our society can restore balance to its landscape.
In addition to providing a wide range of recreational opportunities, including many uncommon in the city, the park’s design, ecological restoration and cultural and educational programming will emphasize … (6 comments)

nyc: NYC | September 11, 2012 - 09/11/12 05:25 PM
A Day to Remember!

The beautiful September day today was much like the day 11 years ago. However, today I began my day at a closing that took place in an office on the 77th floor of The Empire State Building. It took a while waiting for the bank to show up with the funds but the view of Manhattan was worth the wait.

After my closing I had to show an apartment in the Village. As I walked along Houston Street (pronouced How Stun) I saw the new Word Trade Center tower from every block I passed by … (11 comments)

nyc: Back to School | NYC the Academic Capital of the World - 09/07/12 09:13 AM
NYC has more undergraduate and graduate students than Boston has people."
New York City colleges and universities have become powerful magnets for talent and an excellent generator of new jobs.
Recently the City approved expansion plans for Columbia and Fordham campuses and the planned tech campus on Roosevelt Island by Cornell University.
Applications for admission are being accepted for the “beta” class of computer science students at Cornell NYC Tech, the new world-class applied sciences campus in New York City. This first class of full-time students will begin in January 2013, pursuing a one-year Cornell Master of Engineering degree in … (15 comments)

nyc: Speechless Sunday | NYC Hansom Cabs - 08/19/12 06:45 AM
Carriage Rides in Central Park!
The Hansom cab is a kind of horse-drawn carriage designed and patented in 1834 by Joseph Hansom.
It's a quintessential NYC tourist thing to do - to take a Hansom cab ride around Central Park.
The cabs line up around the south end of the park, across from the famous Plaza Hotel.

Animal rights activists are calling for an end to Hansom cab rides in NYC

Animal advocacy groups support a bill banning rides on horse-drawn carriages in New York City.
Should Hansom cabs stay in NYC? What do you think?

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nyc: Joanne: Lada Gaga's Dad's New Upper West Side Restaurant - 01/25/12 10:23 PM


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lady Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta's new restaurant named Joanne is now taking reservations and will officially open February 1st. on the Upper West Side.
Lady Gaga hosted a New Year's Eve party there. The restaurant features a patio with a fireplace.
There is very little information regarding the menu. However, according to their website Chef, Charles Arthur "Art" Smith (born March 1, 1960 is an American chef who has worked for former Florida governor Bob Graham and Jeb Bush and until 2007 was personal chef to Oprah Winfrey.
The restaurant is named after the late sister … (9 comments)

nyc: eWaste Recycling New York City | January 2012 - 01/07/12 11:31 PM

 America throws out enough eWaste each year to cover Central Park more than 300 times
 
The Great Month-Long After-the-Holidays eWaste Recycling Events
Tech is always a top gift during the holidays, which means there are tons of old gadgets to be disposed of every January.
Tekserve NYC's beloved Apple Specialists in partnership with the Lower East Side Ecology Center, is making sure eWaste is handled responsibly by making recycling more convenient than ever, hosting events in every borough.
All recyclers at these events will receive a Green Karma Coupon — good for a mystery discount of anywhere between $5 … (1 comments)

nyc: HDFC Coops Affordable Housing in Manhattan - 10/19/11 12:31 PM
HDFC Coops -Affordable Home Ownership in Manhattan
Q: What is an HDFC coop?
A: HDFC (Housing Development & Finance Corporation) Coops are a liittle known niche market in New York City Real Estate that are city sponsored and sell below market  (40%-50% below non HDFC comparable coops and condos.
If you qualify an HDFC coop may be right for you. It may be a great deal.
HDFC coops are a form of limited equity home ownership. HDFC coops offer many of the same benefits as regular coops but they have some eligibility (income) restrictions and many have a "flip tax" paid … (1 comments)

nyc: Fitness Fridays at "Scene @ Tavern on the Green - 10/07/11 10:23 AM
SIT AND BE FIT COMES TO CENTRAL PARK AS LOCAL SENIORS TAKE PART IN OUTDOOR EXERCISE PROGRAMSeries Airs Locally on NYC life, Weekdays at 3pm

Mary Ann Wilson, host of the nationally televised exercise series Sit and Be Fit which airs locally on NYC life, led a live outdoor, group exercise for local seniors in Central Park. As part of “Fitness Fridays” at “Scene @ Tavern on the Green,” more than fifty seniors came from local senior centers and were treated to an hour-long exercise under the canopy of trees on the terrace of Tavern on the Green. The engaging … (1 comments)

nyc: June: NYC Lights Up with Music All Summer Long - 06/03/11 07:34 AM

Make Music New York, a free music celebration, takes place on June 21. Photo courtesy of Make Music New York.
 
 
This June, waves of sound and light – emanating from outdoor music festivals, public movies and 88 brightly painted pianos – will wash over the streets, parks and plazas of New York City. Events are free and family-friendly, so venture out this June, play a piano, hear a band, watch a movie and come back for more all summer long.
River To River June 19 – July 16 The River To River Festival is Lower Manhattan’s largest free … (9 comments)

nyc: Baby Boom + New Construction Boom = School Overcrowding - 08/09/10 09:36 PM
Three years ago I wrote a blog titled Baby Boom in Manhattan: Suburbia in the 21st Century. I reported that since 2000 according to census figures, the number of children under age five has increased by more than 32%. Children under 5 account for more than 1 in 20 Manhattan residents.
Any one who has been to Manhattan especially the Upper West Side in the last decade could not help noticing the cavalcade of baby strollers through out the city's broad sidewalks. The blog was about the demographic shift and how Manhattan has become suburbia in the 21st century. It was about … (23 comments)

 
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