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August 2017
Keller Williams NYC Blog
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Apartment costs continue to be an issue that plagues apartments throughout NYC. Unfortunately for those who are looking for a place to live in the city, it is not restricted
Aug 30th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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From new condos hitting the market to celebrity real estate news, here is a look at some of the things happening in the world of NYC real estate. Greenpoint Condos
Aug 26th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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When it comes to large cities, finding ways to deal with all of the waste that is generated by its residents is a common program. Unfortunately, it is becoming an
Aug 23rd
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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New developments are constantly on the horizon in New York City, as the demand for housing continues to be on the rise. To meet that demand, local officials and developers
Aug 20th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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From bills requiring short-term rental hosts to publish their addresses to the priciest foreclosure in NYC history being stalled, here are some of the real estate news items taking place
Aug 16th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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The Pier 55 floating park has been a work in progress for sometime now, but plans for constructing the new pier on the Hudson River continue to be slowed down
Aug 11th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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For the first time ever, the popular Governors Island attraction will remain open until the end of October. Rather than closing as usual at the end of September, the park
Aug 7th
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Keller Williams NYC Blog
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In an effort to ensure there are plenty of affordable living opportunities in the city, elected officials frequently work along with tenants and landlords in order to help them reach
Aug 3rd
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