The Lower East Side continues to move forward in development. Within the next ten years, the area adjacent to the Williamsburg Bride – South, North and East will continue at a similar pace as the land lease on the West 30s of the Hudson. While new apartment buildings will be a mixture of affordable and market rate residencies, the air-rights of existing older walk-ups will be bought and built. One example is the corner retail space of Delancey and Clinton in the Lower East Side. Similarly so, the Seward Park area, will see an influx of new retailers, with concessions to match the residential additions.
Here is the link to the open bid to work on this amazing trajectory …
I realize that the real estate landscape will continue to change, because of tech innovation, communication, mediums, and choices that people currently have. Most buyers and renters, start their process, with an online-search, and there are a variety of sources, that allows him or her to search for their apartment of their dreams. Part of our philosophy, includes being able to be open to new ways to service our prospective consumers. Manhattan Life Real Estate, is able to provide that prospective renter, seller, or buyer, choices. If you are a seller, and want to just utilize part of our services, that we, as licensed real estate brokers, can provide, then, he or she can pay a monthly fee, a consultation fee, or a percentage of a broker’s fee at closing, that will be contextually relevant to that deal. We do not believe in “general” rules, as they apply, we believe in being able to respond to the budgets, and needs of each person in a real estate transaction. We are looking forward to being part of an innovative solution to the high brokerage prices, being able to respond to the change in the landscape. Feel free to inquire about our real estate menu.
This is a place for billionaires. It will be one of Manhattan’s tallest buildings, and most coveted properties. For those who wondered, what can you do with 50 Million dollars, you can always find a place to spend it, and this building is the new thing in town, next to 15 Central Park West.