Posts Tagged ‘Real Estate’

The High Line: Changing the Old into the New

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By Linette Semino Since the High Line opened in 2009, many real estate buyers have focused their hunt on “West Chelsea,” which is bounded by West 14th Street to West 30th and Ninth Avenue to the Hudson River. In a city desperate for more open spaces, nature loving New Yorkers are thankful to have this […]


A Pristine Kitchen

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By Linette Semino When did all-white kitchens become so trendy in Manhattan? Classic ivory and white color schemes are always in style, especially when it comes to kitchens. In recent years, cozy and warm multiple-color kitchens became old-fashioned and sleek all-white kitchens in vogue. In Manhattan a white kitchen is ultra-glamorous and I see minimalistic […]


Unsurpassed views of Central Park

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By Linette Semino Central Park’s real estate dominance is known worldwide; the neighborhoods surrounding this legendary park supply luxurious residential properties with price tags surpassing the $20 million mark.  Today, a trophy penthouse on Fifth Avenue is on the market for an astonishing $125 million. These high-priced trophy residences are fixtures in the luxury real […]


Fahad Ghaffar: Financier Re-envisions Trump Property In Puerto Rico

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By Isaiah Negron Entrepreneur and finance wunderkind Fahad Ghaffar is reaching new heights by creating an empire of private yet affordable luxury properties. After graduating from the University of Virginia in 2005 with a degree in finance, Ghaffar took a job in investment banking. As he built solid relationships with important players in the financial […]


Luis D. Ortiz: A Newfound Love

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By Anna Ryan Co-starring in the Bravo television series, Million Dollar Listing, 26-year-old Luis D. Ortiz truly climbed the ladder of success when he got into the business of real estate. While real estate may not have been his first passion, Luis demonstrates that there may be something better out there to fall in love […]


Peconic County: Just a Myth?

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By Jerry Kremer There are all kinds of events that take place over an anticipated period of time. Locusts are usually on the way every seven years. The Cicada bug makes an appearance every 17 years. Halley’s Comet is said to flash through the skies every 86 years. And just about once every ten years […]


The Impact of Social Media on the Business of Real Estate

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Every month, more than 700 billion minutes are spent on Facebook. Every week, one billion tweets are posted on Twitter. Every minute, 925 iPhones and 103 Blackberry devices are sold. Wow! Social media, internet/mobile marketing and instant communication have taken over, and are here to stay in a big way.


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