Category: Real Estate

Why Now Is a Great Time To Buy

Manhattan real estate has been known for its resilience and ability to hold its value even during economic fluctuations, force majeure, and changes in interest rates. Over the past 40 years, there have been several examples of this. Here are a few notable ones.

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Hudson River Park Living

New York City’s Hudson River waterfront has undergone an amazing transformation in recent decades, thanks to the creation of the Hudson River Park. Adjacent real estate has become extremely desirable and it is easy to see why!

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The West Village Houses

With its rich history, common outdoor spaces, and a vibrant community, the West Village Houses Co-op is a cherished place to call home for those seeking an affordable oasis in the heart of New York City’s West Village

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The Tribute in Light memorial is lit annually in remembrance of loved ones lost. The Display is made up of 88 vertical searchlights arranged in two columns of light to represent the Twin Towers destroyed in the terror attacks on 9.11.2001. Photo by Bob Cooley.

Characters of the Village

  • Rick Kelly, Carmine Street Guitars
    Ever since Rick Kelly was growing up on Long Island and at Bay Shore High School, he was influenced by his machinist father and his German immigrant grandfather’s woodworking hobby in Brooklyn.

Village Pet Pages

  • Corcoran’s First Annual West Village Charity Dog Walk
    A while back I wrote a column about a fun day coming to the West Village for dogs. (Also, cats but dogs are the main focus as cats cannot really be walked on leashes.) This event, “Uniquely Dogs,” will raise money for underprivileged pets, primarily dogs. So, I want to bring you up to speed and let you know what the event will look like and how it will be run.