Notorious NYC Property Management: LC Lemle Real Estate Group

NY Real Estate Buzz wants to talk about that aspect of NYC Real Estate that just irks the crowd: Notorious NYC Property Management Companies! – you know what we are talking about. Those awful experiences with a real estate company during your grueling search for an apartment. Those experiences where all you want is a roof over […]

Social Media in the Real Estate Market

via Virante Realtors will do just about anything to sell a home as fast as possible, as long as it leaves their clients satisfied. Social Media can help speed up this process. By combining social media with traditional selling methods, realtors can increase their reach at a faster pace – and ultimately sell your property […]

Environmentally Friendly Buildings NYC: Crosby Street Hotel

Each week, NY Real Estate Buzz features an unique, environmentally friendly building in NYC. This week, we will be featuring  Crosby Street Hotel. Located in the vibrant neighborhood of SoHo, the Crosby Street Hotel achieved Gold LEED Status in 2011 for New Construction (v2.2), making it one of the very first New York hotels to […]

New Building Resiliency Laws to Protect Against Future Storm Damage

During the wrath of Superstorm Sandy, nearly 20,000 buildings were damaged by flooding and high winds in the NY area last year. On Tuesday September 24 the New York City Council passed legislation that will promote resiliency of urban buildings in future hurricanes, and other extreme weather. Based on five recommendations laid out by the […]

Modern Real Estate meets Old School Crime

via Curbed NY In a city with so much history, I’ve often wondered what might have happened on the streets I walk down everyday years ago. Photographer and historian of the New York Press Photographers Association, Marc Hermann has put together current images of New York real estate with old school crimes that occurred there, […]

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