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Unique condominiums being built on lower Broadway building

In today's day and age, developers and architects are always looking for the next big thing. They are always looking for a way to take their design to the next level. This is particularly true in forward thinking areas such as New York City.

Brooklyn real estate market continues to impress

There used to be a time not long ago when the New York City real estate market was down and out. This held true both with residential and commercial properties. However, things have taken a turn for the better with a strong showing in many areas, including Brooklyn, at the end of 2013.

NYC commercial property sales could eclipse 2007 levels

In large cities throughout the world, including New York City, commercial real estate is big business. While there is no denying the fact that many markets have struggled over the last few years due to the economic downturn, things are beginning to look up.

Unique real estate product leads to multimillion dollar price tag

Two unique real estate locations in New York City will line the pockets of a developer with an extra $20 million if he gets his asking price. Even though the man is asking what some would call an exorbitant amount, the uniqueness of the property may let him set the bar so high.

2013 a good year for New York City residential real estate

When it comes to the residential real estate market of New York City, even when there is a slow down local sales still outpace comparable cities throughout the United States. In 2013, many factors played into the uptick in activity in New York City. With this in mind, some are beginning to wonder if the momentum will last into the future or if it will fade away as 2014 gets up and running.

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