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Location, Location, Location! Affordable 2 Bedroom off Central Park in the Manhattan Valley section of Upper West Side Overview Maps Photos Description Neighborhood $350,000 Maint. $504 Main Features 2 Bedrooms1 Bathroom12 Units Location 11 West 108th street33New York, NY 10025USA To get updates...
12/01/2012
In 1817 New York State adopted Thanksgiving Day as an annual custom, and by the middle of the 19th century many other states had done the same. In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln appointed a day of thanksgiving as the last Thursday in November. To all my ActiveRain friends and blogging buddies wi...
11/21/2012
I grew up in North East Yonkers in a section called Crestwood. On Friday via Facebook, I found out that one the the neighborhood's most iconic landmarks will close its doors on Nov. 25 after more than 47 years in business. Nathans Famous. My family actually moved to Yonkers before there was Natha...
11/17/2012
  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 ...
11/15/2012
Soldier's and Sailor's memorial photographed ©Mitchell Hall 10/29/2012 The Calm before the Storm - Hurricane Sandy The Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Monument commemorates Union Army soldiers and sailors who served in the American Civil War. It is located at 89th Street and Riverside Drive in R...
11/10/2012
Vote! Hopefully tonight we will know the final out come of the 2012 presidential election. Last week in the NY region we witnessed the devastation from severe unusual weather. Perhaps man is helping to accelerate changes in climate? Hurricane Sandy hit us harder than we ever imagined; but, hey, ...
11/05/2012
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...
10/30/2012
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 pub...
10/28/2012
The World's tallest Ferris Wheel opening New Years Eve 2015 in New York City rendering courtesy of nyc.gov Real estate is local. In Manhattan it can even be neighborhood, block and building specific. Some hold value better than others. I've represented sellers that bought during the peak that so...
10/09/2012
Tatzu Nishi: Discovering Christopher Columbus | Columbus Circle,  New York City A few weeks ago at Columbus Circle, I noticed that the monument to Christopher Columbus is shrouded in scaffolding. This has been built for a dual purpose -- beginning in November, it will be used so that conservators...
10/08/2012
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