A Monument to Brooklyn Past – One Hanson Place

One Hanson Place, more commonly known as the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, has served the Brooklyn skyline well for almost a century.   Prior to the recent building boom in the borough, the multi-tiered Art Deco structure provided a beacon for Brooklynites. Essentially, it was a tower of one from 1929 to 2009 while it reigned as Brooklyn's tallest building. Today, the Brooklyn skyline is cluttered with skyscrapers, many of which have soared ...

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Manhattan | March 2022

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Manhattan in the month of March was $1,125,000. The price represents an increase of 4.6% from last year’s median price of $1,076,000. The number of sales increased from 966 to 1,237 representing a year-over-year increase of 28%. Linecity pulled the monthly sale numbers for March from city data sources on April 15th.  Due to the lag in city ...

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Sophisticated Grace in Greenwich Village – 160 West 12th Street, Apt. 51

Clean lines and elegant design elevate this finely crafted village apartment to another level of adulation.  Everything seems to have its perfect place within the walls of this gracious two-bedroom residence. Excess has taken a backseat to purpose.  And with this vision, we elevate Apartment 51 at 160 West 12th Street as the latest edition of our “Apartments We Love” series.   160 West 12th Street sits at the corner of West ...

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A Green Sanctuary Amidst the Towers – Teardrop Park

Teardrop Park is a bit of a treasure for those lucky enough to find it. Tucked within the residential towers that loom over the northern sector of Battery Park City, this unique park delivers a sanctuary to relax, play and explore.   This transcendent public space, located just off Warren Street - at least that's how we found it - offers an opportunity to experience the transported natural settings of the rich ...

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Historical Roots in FiDi – 3 Hanover Square

3 Hanover Square is a prewar co-op with a historical pedigree located just south of Wall Street in lower Manhattan. It is just one of a handful of residential co-ops in the Financial District (FiDi) and has been a favorite among locals since being repurposed to residential use in the mid 1980s. The storied limestone building, located at the northwest corner of Pearl Street and William Street, opened in 1923 as ...

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