• Scarsdale: A Community Rich in Spirit Photo By  Audrey Lynne Shares

      Established in 1788, Scarsdale is a suburban village located 24 miles north of New York City. The name is a concatenation of “scar,” meaning crag, and “dale,” which is synonymous with “valley.” Since its emergence in the early 20th century as a choice abode of the city commuter, Scarsdale has prospered from its residents’ commitment … more

    • Upper East Side- Gannon Forester Gannon Forester

      “Where you live in NYC can say a lot about you. Many neighborhoods tend to have niche demographics, but as the building specialist for Trump Palace on 200 E. 69th St., I’ve learned the ins and outs of the upper East Side, and I believe it’s the perfect blend of everything NYC has to offer.” … more

    • Sea Cliff, Long Island Westways  Sea Cliff Put toward the end - small

      Sitting atop a 120 foot bluff on the North Shore of Long Island (overlooking Hempstead Harbor and the Long Island Sound just 25 miles east of Manhattan), the Village of Sea Cliff is a town unlike any other. Though becoming increasingly upscale, the area is known as a haven for artists, writers, musicians and actors … more

    • East Village – Sergio Ayo, BOND New York Properties SergioAyo

      Battery Park City is a 92-acre planned community on the southwestern tip of Manhattan. The area was developed to house the many business professionals who work in the financial district nearby. Using soil, rocks and dredging from nearby construction, Battery Park City emerged from the Hudson River in a land reclamation project. Since then, families … more

    • Downtown Tribeca / Soho Jacob

      Today, the neighborhood’s appeal is in its classical, industrial charm, and because it feels real. Tribeca & Soho prices are up 14% from 2012 – partly due to low supply – so it’s a great time to sell. But we still see great value going forward too. Bond’s Tribeca Team has some exciting upcoming real … more

    • Longboat Key, Sarasota Couple Beach 2812965

      With convenient access to both private and international airports, Longboat Key and Sarasota attract the discerning world traveler who seeks the finest in beachfront living with amenities you would expect to find in cities much larger. Composed of approximately 12 miles of crystal-quartz beaches framed by lush landscape, Longboat Key is a magnificent, sun-drenched destination … more

    • Upper East Side- Georgia Kaporis Georgia Kaporis

      “The upper East Side is quickly transforming for the better. With many schools in the area, this neighborhood is quickly becoming more hip and, in fact, many downtowners are moving uptown.” Open houses have provided me with a sense of direction for the Upper East Side. There are lots of interesting people exploring and taking … more

    • Downtown Soho/Nolita CHRISTINA VISCA
BOND New York
Senior Vice President
917-806-6867, 917-806-6867
christinavisca@bondnewyork.com

      I’ve seen the neighborhood change dramatically…mostly for the good. It’s off the beaten path, yet has so much to offer. You’ll find a chic boutique or restaurant underneath classic tenement buildings and next door a new condo with starting prices of $10M. It’s a fabulous mixture of old and new, yet even the new feels … more

    • Central Park South – Tom Postilio, CORE NYC TomPostillo

      Midtown, especially where it meets Central Park, is becoming one of the most closely watched markets in the world.  It’s especially wonderful for me, as I have lived in this neighborhood since 1999.  The spectacular 57th Street renaissance is attracting an unprecedented concentration of wealth to the many luxurious new developments in the area, and … more

    • Downtown Financial District Daniel

      When I first started in real estate, I was working as a rental agent exclusively in the Financial District. At that time, FIDI still carried the stigma of a “ghost town after 6:00 p.m.” and very few people wanted to live down here. I was so enthused I moved down here myself and spent five … more

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