Real Estate Articles

An Innovative Modular Marvel

By Christopher A. Pape The Stack has finished stacking. After a short delay, New York City’s first modular apartment building has finally taken shape as the last of the modules were delivered to the construction site in Inwood, New York.

East End Avenue: Manhattan’s Best-Kept Secret

By Linette Semino To some, East End Avenue in Yorkville seems as far away as Montauk, but to its residents it’s a haven for serene city living away from the pulsating heart of Manhattan.  This short avenue is perfectly squeezed between York and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive and between East 79th and East 92nd…

Tamara Magel Designs Projects That Inspire

This dining room was designed for a modern, yet rustic Hampton’s house on the beach. As the client’s primary residence, I aimed to combine the chic sophistication of year-round living along with natural elements of the surrounding beach and farmland.

Unsurpassed views of Central Park

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

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…

Peconic County: Just a Myth?

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…