Benefits of Using a Real Estate Broker in NYC

Many years ago, those moving in New York City did so during one time of year–May 1. It was known as Moving Day, and only ended during World War II, sometime in the mid 20th Century. Today, the 8 million plus New Yorkers are free to move whenever they please;...
What To Expect in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park?

What To Expect in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park?

Located on the New York City’s Upper Bay, overlooking Staten Island and New Jersey’s famous Statue of Liberty, is Sunset Park–a neighborhood of more than 120,000 that was incorporated just a little over 50 years ago. The mostly residential neighborhood boasts a...

Is Queens The New, New Brooklyn?

I posed a question on Quora asking users if Queens would begin seeing development similar to Manhattan and Brooklyn. The response I got was yes, Queens is already experiencing that development, with most citing Astoria and Long Island City as examples. Undoubtedly so,...

Crown Heights Reaching New Heights

Over the past few years, outsiders and residents alike have dubbed Brooklyn the “new” Manhattan, in terms of development, art, and a changing demographic. Yet, Brooklyn is large (the most populous borough and only second to Queens in terms of land area), so what...