Nikki’s Picks – Hudson River Park

Nikki’s Picks – Hudson River Park When I lived in the West Village, I was completely in love with Hudson River Park. I took full advantage of my proximity to it, visiting at least 2 or 3 times a week (sometimes a few times a day, during spring and summer) taking leisurely strolls or jogging.…

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Chelsea

Chelsea Neighborhood Boundaries: From Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River/West Street and 14th Street to 30th Street Subways: A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, F and M Architecture: High rise, newer buildings along Sixth Avenue and around the Highline; loft style buildings, especially on side streets between Sixth and Seventh Avenue; a mix of low…

Why Overpricing is a “No Go”

Why Overpricing is a “No Go” With home prices booming over the past years, it could be really tempting as a prospective seller to go for the gold (or platinum) and ask for a higher than market price just to see what you could get. But there are several reasons why that’s not such a…

Nikki’s Picks – Brooklyn Bridge Park

Nikki’s Picks – Brooklyn Bridge Park One of the great things about moving to Brooklyn is that we’re now walking distance to Brooklyn Bridge Park. Well, we are if you consider a 40 to 45 minute stroll walking distance – which I personally do considering how much I’m on my feet, being a real estate…