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For the art lover, there are plenty of great museums in New York to explore. Here are just a few you might want to consider in part two of this three-part series on museums in New York City. Solomon R Guggenheim Museum Located at 1071 5th Avenue, the Solomon R Guggenheim Mus .....
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Mar

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By | On category Buying , Neighborhoods
For renters in New York City, a bit of financial relief may be on the horizon. This is particularly true for those in the luxury market, with the average rent in Manhattan and Brooklyn taking a dip in January. At the same time, concessions such as free rent and comped buildi .....
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Mar

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By | On category Fun Facts , Neighborhoods
If you are looking for some great places to visit in New York City, you will find that the city has a seemingly endless supply of museums from which to choose. In this three-part series, we will explore just a few of the excellent options that are available. In the first ins .....
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Mar

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By | On category New Developments
From new developments to celebrity real estate news, here is a look at some of the latest real estate happenings in the New York City market. Construction Continues on 53W53 Destined to top out at 1,050 feet tall and house 145 condos, the tower known as 53W53 continues to mo .....
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Feb

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By | On category Neighborhoods , Selling
Just as Brooklyn townhouses offer mixed results in terms of sales and the Brooklyn housing market gives the city’s assessed property values a boost, the Landmark Preservations Commission has added two new Brooklyn buildings to the lists of protected structures. Brookly .....
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Feb

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ss A number of changes are taking place in the city’s railways. From the development of new stations to transforming railway property to a mixed-used development, here’s a look at a few of the upcoming changes you can expect to see. Staten Island Railway Debuts N .....
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Feb

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By | On category Real Estate News
Following some back and forth negotiations between Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office, construction workers and real estate developers over the renewal of the 421 tax break program last year, it appears all parties have finally settled on an agreement. The tax break, which .....
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Feb

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By | On category General
A couple of the city’s historic buildings are undergoing some changes. Here is a closer look at what is taking place. Four Seasons Gets an Interior Upgrade The two main rooms of The Four Seasons eatery is going through a few changes, not just in terms of its menu but a .....
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Feb

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By | On category Neighborhoods
Part 2 of a two-part series of New York City’s most beautiful museums, here is a look at a few places you might want to visit if you love exploring architecture. Rubin Museum of Art Once a Barneys store, the Rubin Museum’s Chelsea headquarters boasts a spiral sta .....
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Feb

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By | On category Neighborhoods
If you love architecture and exploring great museums, you will be happy to know that there are many great museums throughout the city that combine the two things beautifully. The following is the first of a two-part series on the beautiful museums in New York City. New Museu .....