In NY Curbed The Six-Digit Club, they report that when it comes to New York City real estate, one shouldn’t expect to buy much with just $395,000 but every now and then, a listing that might as well be a unicorn springs forth. Continue Reading →
Amazing opportunity to purchase this newly renovated 5-story building in West Harlem. Legal 11 family property with a newly installed elevator and roof. The first floor was extended to create 2 duplex garden apartments. Continue Reading →
Even a convicted killer can’t stop a bidding war when it comes to Harlem, New York real estate. Continue Reading →
A new wave of predatory real estate lending, previously peddled to African-Americans during the 1930s to 1960s, is popping up across the nation as Wall Street investment companies move to profit off foreclosed homes, according to a new report by the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC). Continue Reading →
RAND Luxury hosted its second ultra-exclusive fabulous private brunch of the season showcasing the latest marques from legendary car maker and main event sponsor Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, a division of Manhattan Motorcars. Continue Reading →
A year ago, Exclusive Homes New York filed plans for a new residential building on a skinny lot at 13 East 128th Street in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Following the headline, record rent prices and robust growth from Harlem to Hollis that dominated the retail market in 2015, the impact of 2016’s slowing global economy, year to date, triggered a natural adjustment in the Manhattan retail real estate market in Spring 2016. Continue Reading →
Let’s cut through the noise and focus on three basic money rules you need to follow if you want to significantly move the needle and achieve financial freedom. Continue Reading →
The most expensive brownstone in Harlem is a two family House, located on a beautiful block in Mount Morris Park, It is a 4-story authentic brownstone which was built in 1909 and is replete with old world charm at 29 Mount Morris Park West, New York, NY 10027. Continue Reading →
125th Street is currently the home of several construction sites that leave pedestrians, visitors & residents eager to see the final products. Continue Reading →
Join host Danny Tisdale and Eugene Giscombe in part #2 of this series as they discuss Harlem real estate stories: the Lee Building on 125th Street, with the Stadium Red studio, turning Condos into Disabled housing, “landmarking” Harlem real estate gems (Regent Theatre, Wilt’s Paradise , Roy Campanella’s), a new Red Lobster on 125th Street and 21st century Harlem, a billion dollar tourism industry and much more.
Listen to the show here.