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Beware of this developer. Quality of construction is very poor, look at some of his prior buildings. Also do you ...

The Dryden East at 150 East 39th Street is a lovely pre-war, seventeen story building owned by Carlyle Management. The ...

Built in 1959, 300 East 51st Street is a luxury post war mid-rise red brick building located on the southeast ...

This is a rental building in Homecrest area of Brooklyn and can be described as sparkling clean and very well ...

This is a beautiful, mid-rise coop located between East 83rd Street and East 84th Street with 13 floors and 158 ...

This is a beautiful full-service, white glove condominium building with a 24-hour doorman, concierge, resident manager and porter. There is ...

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Beautiful red brick townhouse on the Upper East Side wants $5.75M

Beautiful red brick townhouse on the Upper East Side wants $5.75M Photos: Jehovy Santiago for Sotheby’s International Realty The home is part of a small historic district within Carnegie Hill The Carnegie Hill section of the Upper East Side is synonymous with elegance, old money, exclusivity—and striking historic homes. This one in particular is part of an even more exclusive ...

5 open houses in Greenpoint to check out this weekend

5 open houses in Greenpoint to check out this weekend DDReps, courtesy of the Corcoran Group Homes asking from $725K to $3.995 million Welcome to Curbed NY’s Open House Tour, because who doesn’t love a little real estate gawking? This time around, we’re looking at what’s on the market in Greenpoint. Rise Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group You can ...

Big reveal: $795K for a bubblegum-hued Upper East Side co-op

Big reveal: $795K for a bubblegum-hued Upper East Side co-op Al Siedman of VHT, courtesy The Corcoran Group Did you guess the correct asking price? For this week’s Pricespotter, one person in the comments guessed the exact asking price of this very pink Upper East Side co-op, and that was—drumroll, please—Views4Days. The price tag for the apartment is $795,000. The ...

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