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Midtown East Manhattan New York One Bedroom Condo Market Report

The Midtown East One Bedroom Condo Market has a very robust amount of inventory.  Midtown East is one of those areas that can encompass a number of different neighborhoods within it’s general borders. I am describing the Midtown East Condo Market has being geographically located from 57th Street on the Northern Border, 34th Street on the Southern Border and everything between the East River and Fifth Avenue.  Naturally that is a very large area so a lot of condominium buildings will be located in this area.
Some of the neighborhoods that could be somewhat included here are Murray Hill, Sutton Place, and Turtle Bay.

There is a vary wide range of Midtown East One (1) Bedroom Condominium Apartments For Sale available. The price range for a Midtown East 1 Bedroom Condos for sale starts around $550,000 and goes up to $2,850,000.  Clearly this range is very wide and the size, condition, location and building are all very important factors that distinguish value in the Midtown East 1 bedroom condo for sale market.  In total as of this post, I see approximately 130 One Bedroom Midtown East Condos for sale.  That might seem like a very large number but what is important is to look at the break down of the price ranges because people searching in the $750,000 range don’t look in the $1,500,000+ range.

$550,000-$700,000: There are approximately 30 One (1) Bedroom Condos for sale in the Midtown East Condominium market. This segment of the Midtown East 1 Bedroom Condo market is the most active segment, meaning that you will see apartments sell relatively quickly in this price point without a lot of negotiation.  Most of the apartments will be in the 600-650 sq ft range, in doorman buildings probably built in the late 1980s.  What you won’t see is new construction apartments, high floor with amazing views, completely renovated.  You may see one of those elements but not all of them.  Some of the buildings in this price range with Midtown East One (1) Condos for sale could be: The Vanderbilt at 235 E 40th St or 216-218 E 47th St-The Octavia.  Both of these buildings are very well established, in good locations.

$700,000-$1,000,000: There are approximately 50 One (1) Bedroom Condominiums for sale in the Midtown East Condo Market. This is where the majority of the inventory nearly 40% of the apartments for sale are priced between $700,000-$1,000,000.  There is a lot of variety in apartments in the price range, you will see apartment size typically 700-950 sq ft. You will start to see apartments have a 2nd Half Bath, some apartments will start to be on higher floors(25+).  Something to consider is that in this area more than likely to get a nice view you will have to be in the 20+ floor range, any lower and you might be looking at the other side of another taller building.  Some of these apartments will be in luxury buildings, like 865 United Nations Plaza or other new development buildings.  This is a price range where you need to know what you are looking for because there is a lot of inventory out there.

$1,000,0000-$1,750,000: There are approximately 40 One (1) Bedroom Condominiums for sale in the Midtown East Condominium Market.  Now at this price range you will start to focus on some of the more luxurious and prestigious buildings such as 845 or 865 United Nations Plaza, or 425 or 325 Fifth Avenue, or the new construction buildings.  Now you will be looking in the 800+ square feet category, lots of high floor with very nice views, typically 1.5 bath apartments, dining alcove spaces off the kitchen and living room, and better locations along Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue.  This is a very large price point, for a 1 bedroom but there is a payoff that you will be getting a very nice apartment with a lot of features.

$2,000,000+: This price range consists of the some of the best 1 bedroom Midtown East Condominiums that are going to be available. Now you will almost certainly be in certain luxurious buildings, with dramatic Empire State, City and Water Views.  Most apartments will be renovated or recently renovated, you will be on Fifth Avenue or Park Avenue locations or in one of the Trump World Tower buildings.  This is a price point where there is not a lot of inventory, approximately a dozen apartments on the market, but those apartments will definitely give you a lot in terms of size, views, location and building amenities.

In Summary: As you can see the One (1) Bedroom Midtown East Condominium market is varies in price from approximately $600,000-over $2,000,000. There are a variety of buildings to choose from in this area.  If you are interested in this area, our advice is to give us a call (917)837-8869 and we can talk about the current availability and what is selling in this market.

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Buy a Manhattan NY Condo as first time investor?

Do you know How to Buy a Manhattan New York Condo as first time investor?

We are full time Real Estate agents that focus on Manhattan Condo market, we help finding NYC condos for first time investors, first time home buyers, parent buying for children and international buyers buying in Manhattan New York.

Buying a Manhattan New York Condo as first time investor, you should ‘play it safe’, do not over leverage yourself. If you are planning to buy the condo all cash, that is always desirable when presenting offers to condo sellers. Keep in mind that you should have enough equity in case there is an increase in monthly carrying charge for this condo or other misc mishappens. If you are planning on financing this investment, be sure to speak to alocal Manhattan lender that is familiarize with the market, the lending rules, and the mortgage products that may be suitable for you. We can recommend you a reliable and knowledgeable Manhattan mortgage consultant or You may have a bank that you are currently banking at, you can ask them to refer you a Manhattan branch mortgage banker as well. As an investor, the mortgage interest rate will be slightly higher than others, it is important to keep that in mind when figuring out your monthly expenses.

As a first time investor, buying a Manhattan New York Condo you should have a clear goal of what you plan to achieve in this investment. Is this a 5 year Real Estate plan or 10 year Real Estate plan? Why do you feel is the time to invest? Are you going to have a tenant in place the entire duration or only part of the time. Have you discuss this with your accountant to understand how to structure this transaction to receive the most tax benefits or possible tax complications?

Buying a Manhattan New York Condo as first time investor, team up with us, the experienced Manhattan Condo specialists that can guide you through this process and navigate through the Manhattan Real Estate maze. Whether you are a first time Real Estate investor, or an investor that have bought and sold multiple properties in other parts of United States or country, we can help.  Understanding the local market with the market expert can maximize your investment and avoid any possible problems down the rule. Many of our past clients are first time investors, they have bought many Manhattan condos under our guidance and continue to do so because we have developed a Real Estate plan for them. If this is something you are interested in,

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Condos near Parsons School of Design

Condos near Parsons School of Design- We have discussed many different condo options near NYU (New York University) and Condos near the Juilliard School, in this blog, we will discuss condos near Parsons School of Design.

Parson’s is located at 66 Fifth Ave, right in the hear of the Greenwich Village neighborhood in Manhattan. If you are looking for housing near Parson’s School of Design or condos near Parson’s School of Design then you will have many options.

Parson’s School of Design is going to share many of the same condominium housing options that NYU students are also looking for.  Condos near NYU and Condos near Parson’s are typically going to be some of the same buildings.  Parson’s is within walking distance to a number of different neighborhoods, first the Greenwich Village neighborhood, along with Union Square, Chelsea and the Flatiron District.  This crossroads will provide a variety of condominium for sale options near Parson’s.

If you are looking to buy an apartment while you attend Parson’s, a condominium will be your best option. Condominiums provide a flexibile method to purchase with the minimum amount of rules if you want to turn the apartment into a potential investment unt.  Condos near Parson’s will include One Irving Place, commonly known as Zeckendorf Towers.  If you are looking for a pre-war condo near Parson’s, you have a number of very fine options including 25 Fifth Avenue, 59 West 12th St, 299 West 12th Street, and even 2 Cornelia Street.

Or if you are looking for a new construction condominium near Parson’s, look at availabilities at Gramercy Starck-340 E 23rd Street over in the Gramercy neighborhood, 16 W 19th St-Jade NYC, or 122 Greenwich Avenue.

If you are interested in newly constructed buildings, there are a number of new construction projects available in the surrounding neighborhoods. The availability always changes and updates daily, so contact us at (917) 837-8869 and we can provide you with the most up to date information.

Apartments near Parson’s will give you many options, whether you are looking to rent or to buy. The question is how to figure out what is a fair market price and how to efficiently go about the purchase process as quickly and effortlessly as possible is where we will be able to help you.  If you are interested in renting or buying a condo or apartment near Parson’s School of Design, contact us at (917) 837-8869.

Before buying in New York city Cooperative Must Know

Before buying in New York city Cooperative Must Know

Whether you are international foreigner or United States citizens, before considering in buying in a co-op, here are few items one should consider in buying in a coop.

Buyers or Investors to buy an apartment in a co-op building are not easy for several reasons:

  1. Co-op purchaser approval takes weeks — if not months — and is a rigorous and notoriously difficult process. The majority of co-ops only approve buyers with New York employment, US income tax and excellent credit history in the US. The law does not require a co-op to provide an explanation for a potential buyer’s rejection.
  2. There are often restrictions on how much financing a buyer can use (for example, no more than a certain percentage of the unit price).
  3. Almost all co-ops restrict the right to sublet your apartment, which makes it unattractive to investors and many buyers. Usually, co-op apartments cannot be rented out at all or can be rented out for one or two years after a certain number of years of owner occupancy.
  4. Co-ops regulate your use of the apartment in many other ways, including having guests or performing renovations.
  5. When selling (or renting it out when allowed) a co-op, the next buyer or perspective tenant will be subject to co-op approval AND interview as well, which reduces the number of qualified buyers and therefore reduces the price of your investment.
  6. There are often additional “flip taxes” on the resale of a co-op to discourage speculators.
  7. Regardless if this is an ALL CASH or FINANCED purchase, full financial disclosure is required. This means perspective purchaser will have to provide tax returns, pay stubs, bank statements and other supporting documents to verify the assets and meet the requirement of the coop.
  8. Every co-op is different in regards to if they will allow the apartment to be used as a part time residence(pied a terre), allowing a parent to buy the apartment with or for their own child, allowing a guarantor or co-purchase structure to buy the apartment.

Co-op buildings are governed by Co-op Boards where there is a Board of Directors reviewing, evaluating and discussing each decision made by the co-op. These decisions range from coop policy, budget expenses, future renovation/repairs, surround neighborhood concerns, maintenance fee projection and approval of other shareholders’ sale or lease of the apartment just to name a few.

With all that being said, some of the most prestigious buildings in Manhattan New York are cooperatives with similiar of rules or format as mentioned above. Each cooperative building has its own house rules and policies, many buildings along Central Park on Central Park West and Fifth Avenue are cooperative buildings. If you are looking to live on one of these prestigious and desirable streets, you will more than likely be looking at cooperative residences for sale.  There will be a few condominium buildings along Central Park West, Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue, but the supply is very limited.

If you are looking to buy an apartment in Manhattan New York and not sure where to start, I encourage to give us a call today at 917 837 8869 to strategically plan your search.

Use Local Experts for your Manhattan New York condo purchase

Manhattan New York is an international city, we work with both buyers and sellers are from another state or country. In a typical Manhattan Real Estate transaction, there are many parties involved in a transaction: 2 or more attorneys, 2 Real Estate agents, Buyers and sellers, Title company, Mortgage professionals, and etc. At the closing table, often there are almost 10 people attending one closing.

In many occasions, our sellers or buyers often have previous work or business contacts that they prefer to use from another part of the world, country or even state (sometimes, it is a family relative, friend, or someone referred by someone they know.)

CAUTION! Every local Real Estate market has its own rules, laws and policies, by using the local experts, it will benefit you as the buyer or seller to have the most smooth transaction without stress or unexpected obstacles.

In a Real Estate transaction in Manhattan New York, below two are the key experts that you absolutely should use an local expert.

  • Attorney PLEASE use a Manhattan New York based REAL ESTATE attorney (this means not just any attorney can do the job, Real Estate attorney that is currently practice in New York is a must) that is familiarize with the type of property you are purchasing. Whether is condo or co-op or townhouse, be sure they have a stellar reputation and track record in representing clients. Many buyers use the amount of fee the attorney charge as a way to chose the attorney, it is good to be frugal, but their track record should be the most important thing and not the fee they charge. A good attorney can minimize your risk in the transaction, protect you from many unknown.
  • Mortgage Consultants – Buying in Manhattan New York is unique and very different than buying in any other state, county, or country. Mortgage consultants who has experiences working in Manhattan New York market will know how to navigate through the co-op or condo management to obtain the information they need in order to push your application through. They will also have a keen sense of the deadline in the contract and work with the Real Estate agents to get the coop or condo board package together.
  • Real Estate agents – As Active and full time Real Estate agents, we pride ourselves in working efficiently with our buyers and sellers to maximize their Manhattan investment. When working with buyers, we discuss the overall goals and timeframe, explaining the different housing inventory and expected price range, recommend appropriate mortgage consultant, accountant, attorneys(if needed), select the best suited property, negotiate essential terms for the buyer, facilitate the contract signing, working on condo/coop application, final walk through checklist, and eventual success sale. When working with sellers, our interest is always to maximize the seller’s profit in the most current market, set the price ahead of the market, creative and aggressively market the property, qualify buyers and negotiate favorable terms for the seller and facilitate the sale to closing table. To benefit your purchase or sale of your property, call us at 917 837 8869 so we can discuss strategies in detail.
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216-218 East 47th Street Octavia Condo #21B One Bedroom condo For Sale

216-218 East 47th Street Octavia condo in Midtown East of Manhattan New York is one of most desirable boutique condo. This spacious one bedroom unit is on the 21st Floor with sun drenched sunny Southern exposure. The apartment has beautiful herringbone floor throughout and perfect floor plan with plenty of storage space (in addition, there is a large storage space in the building allocated for this unit).





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1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
Interior: 650 sqft
216-218 East 47th Street
Apt 21B
New York, NY 10016

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The balcony off the living room for entertaining or afternoon reading when weather allows, and sun drenched bedroom with en suite bathroom.
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This Midtown East condo is well priced at $610,000, so please do not miss this great opportunity.

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How to determine a good Manhattan NY condo investment?

We talked with a lady from California today who is looking to purchase a condo investment here in Manhattan New York because she believes now is a good time to invest in Manhattan New York.  I can definitely appreciate her views as we are seeing a lot of sale activities in this market and many of our serious buyers are finding good long term investments with our help.

We discussed her investment goals and we will stay in touch via emails until she arrives in New York in two weeks. Before we hang up the phone, she asked me what determines a good Manhattan New York condo investment.

Below are the three big points in my suggestions to her:

Location: Convenient location for public transportation, New Yorkers rely on public transportation such as subway, trains and buses.  If the building is near a subway station, the condo is much easier to rent out or resell in the future. Nobody ever complains about having too many transportation options, but they definitely complain about having to walk 15 minutes just to get to a subway.

Carrying charge: Assuming this is an all cash purchase with no mortgage payment. The owner (or landlord) is responsible to pay monthly condo common charge and Real Estate taxes. So the lower combined carrying charge (the common charge and Real Estate taxes), the more net profit there is on the investment. Every building is different when it comes to the common charges and real estate taxes so determining the value proposition each building has is a necessary aspect of the purchase.

Sale price: The sales price of the condo is relevant to what has been sold in the building before, for example, if in the same building, condition, exposure, square footage size and layout is the same sold for $920,000 last week, and you can buy the downstairs unit with identical condition and layout for $900,000 because the seller is very motivated, then you may be buying a deal, relative to units in the building. When it comes to sales price comparison of ‘a deal’, it is always ideal to compare within the same building, same neighborhood, same period of time (month/week), condition and exposure of the condo to determine if it is a good deal or not.

When determining a good Manhattan New York condo investment, ultimately we are talking about a property that is going to hold it’s value and have the best opportunity to maximize appreciation in the future.  Every person comes with their own thoughts on what makes a good investment, but as an active real estate agent in the Manhattan condominium market our experience will help you make a more well informed buying decision.

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How to Rent an Apartment in Manhattan New York (CHECKLIST)

We work with many international and out of town clients who often prefers to rent before they purchase so they can understand and familiarize themselves with the neighborhood better before making a purchase commitment. To rent an apartment in Manhattan, the application process can be longer and different than the rest of the country or world, so please follow our step by step guide to better prepare yourself.

Here is the check list before you start searching for the apartment:

  1. Organize and prepare the necessary documents to bring with you, including:
    • Letter of employment and salary verification (include start date if not yet employed)
    • Bank account numbers (checking and savings), credit card numbers
    • Names, addresses and phone numbers of previous landlords
    • Names, addresses and phone numbers of accountant and attorney, if applicable
    • Names, addresses and phone numbers of personal and business references
    • Tax returns- previous three years will be ideal
    • Pay stubs
    • Expected bonus (verification from employer)
    • Additional sources of income with verification
    • Personal identification with photograph – driver’s license or passport
  2. If relocating, prepare the necessary funds before coming to New York. Landlords will not accept personal or out-of-state checks. They require certified funds. Anyone renting or relocating must:
    • Establish a New York bank account before you begin your search. If this is not possible, bring the necessary funds with you.
    • Bring enough traveler’s checks to cover the cost of two (2) month’s rent (which must be converted into CERTIFIED CHECKS). This comprises the first month’s rent and one (1) month’s security deposit.
    • Bring funds to cover the broker’s fees if your company is not paying covering that expense. Majority of the time, Brokerage fees are paid by the tenant in New York City. These fees are due upon signing of the lease unless your employer is paying the real estate commission for which they will be billed directly.
    • Bring funds to cover a Credit Check: $50-$100+, can be credit card, it varies.
    • Bring funds to cover possible move-in/move-out fees (See Co-op/Condo Funds Needed).
  3. Contact us (917)837-8869 to discuss what your criteria is and your availability. The rental apartments turn over is very fast, so having a good plan is the key to secure the apartment you want.
  4. When you have made your apartment selection, you will be asked to fill out a rental application and one or more miscellaneous documents. We will negotiate price and lease terms for you. Upon acceptance, a credit report will be done, and your references will be checked.
  5. Leases will be signed and checks presented.

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Condos near NYU (New York University)

Condos Near NYU (New York University)

Are you looking for a condo near NYU (New York University)? You are probably not alone.  NYU is home to over 40,000 students, so you can imagine there is a huge demand for housing in the surrounding neighborhoods around NYU.  Located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, NYU has a long history in the neighborhood and a large presence with it’s main campus in the Greenwich Village neighborhood.

With an estimated total number of students attending NYU in excess of 40,000 in any given year, the demand for housing is always going to be consistently high.  Outside of university housing options students will be looking for either a rental apartment or a condo near NYU.

To help parents to purchase a condo near NYU is something that we have lots of experience with.  A lot of parents decide to purchase a condominium for their child to live in while they are attending NYU and then most likely hold onto it as a long term investment, rather than pay rent for 4+ years. The condo market near NYU is rather limited.  Most of the building’s are co-ops which tend not to work as both an investment property and a parents buying for children situation.

For investors looking to purchase an apartment, condos near NYU is an excellent choice, as the demand is extremely high with the built in university market.

Most buyers looking to purchase or rent a condo near NYU start their search looking for condos for sale in Greenwich Village, then they expand to both the Union Square, East VillageSoho and West Village neighborhoods.  Any building within a 10 minute walk to NYU is going to see a high demand for potential housing.

Knowing which buildings would make the best long term investments is important, even if it’s a condo you need to understand each building’s policies to see if it will work for you.

If you are interested in purchasing a very established condo building like 1 Irving Place, or looking for a pre-war condo with lot’s of history and character like 59 West 12th Street or a

condo loft building like The Peterfield at 115 Fourth Avenue then you should contact us today to talk about what is available.  Whether it’s a studio apartment or a larger 2 or 3 bedroom condominium in a pre-war loft, condos near NYU is one of our specialities.

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Manhattan Greenwich Village One bedroom Condominium Market Report

Manhattan Greenwich Village One Bedroom (1) Condominium Market Report
Greenwich Village is one of New York City’s most celebrated and desirable neighborhoods.
A rich cultural and historical tradition, Greenwich Village has some of the finest Manhattan condominium real estate for sale.  Most of Greenwich Village real estate is made up of cooperative buildings.  I would say that probably 85% of the building’s in Greenwich Village are cooperatives.  This makes the condominium market in Greenwich Village have a very tight amount of supply of available condominium apartments for sale.  There are a lot of reasons many buyer’s look for a condominium apartment, some being looking for the flexibility to buy it as an investment property and the relative ease of purchase without having to go through the cooperative process.
In Greenwich Village as of this blog post there are approximately 12-13 1 bedroom condos for sale in Greenwich Village.  That is a very small number, most buyers looking in Greenwich Village will also look in certain parts of the West Village, Soho, Chelsea, East Village and the Union Square area, but nonetheless that is a small amount of inventory to look at.
The price range typically starts around $850,000 for a true 1 bedroom in a condominium building, but for a full time doorman building in the heart of Greenwich Village, expect the price point to start around $1,000,000 and go up from there.
In the last 60 days, I see that 3 One Bedroom apartments sold and closed in Greenwich Village with a range in price of $1,110,000 up to $1,900,000.  The Average Days on Market for those Three Apartments from the time it went on the market to having an offer accepted was less than 45 days.  That means that the best priced apartments are seeing a lot of interest and are still going into contract very quickly.
If you are looking to buy a Greenwich Village 1 One Bedroom Condominium, you can contact me at (917) 837-8869 and we can discuss what your specific needs are and what is currently available.
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Central Park New York Condos With Terraces

Central Park Apartments with terrace Have you been looking for a Central Park Condo with a terrace or outdoor space? There are very few buildings that have that rare of all Manhattan condominium features, your very own outdoor space. Having your very own private terrace or balcony is a highly desirable feature.

To begin with, there are very few condominium buildings that directly face Central Park. Now add in the combination of having outdoor space and you are looking at a very limited section of the market. To get a Central Park view, you either have to live in a building that directly faces Central Park, such as Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side, Central Park South, or Central Park West on the Upper West Side. Or you need to find a condominium building that is tall enough to clear the buildings in front of it and still see Central Park, a building like 101 West 67th Street-The Millennium Tower, 25 Columbus or 60 Columbus Circle at the Time Warner Center, 1 Beacon Court or 721 Fifth Avenue, or the Park Imperial, just to name a few. The general room of thumb is that the higher the floor in a building, the more than likely you will not have accompanying outdoor space. Can you imagine being 60 stories up with a huge outdoor terrace?

To find a Central Park Condo with a terrace, you will probably have to live on one of the exclusive avenues facing Central park directly. A few examples of Central Park condos with terrace’s could be found at a building such as 160 Central Park South-The Essex House or 15 Central Park West, 279 Central Park West, on the Upper East Side at 1212 Fifth Avenue and other select Fifth Avenue Buildings.

Expect pricing to be quite specific to each building. Any apartment with direct Central Park views is not priced like other apartments that might be similar in size, they are priced and compared to other Central Park facing condos.

If you want the Central Park View but don’t absolutely need the terrace

and want to save on price then moving to a taller building that still has unobstructed views of the park is a great option. There will be more selection, compared to a search with outdoor space.

Overall, a search for Central Park Condos with a terrace will include some of the most exclusive apartments in all of Manhattan, having your very own apartment facing Central park is well worth the investment.

Contact us ( or call (917)837-8869 directly to discuss what exactly you are searching for in terms of the Central park apartment with terrace. These apartments are one of the kind and not always available, we can start the conversation early and we will put you on the list to contact as soon as one becomes available if they are not currently on the market.

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  1. Upper West Side
  3. Dorchester Tower Condominium-155 West 68th Street New York NY 10023
  4. The Coronado-155 West 70th Street New York NY 10023
  5. The Grand Millennium-1965 Broadway New York NY 10023
  6. Millennium Tower-101 West 67th Street New York NY 10023
  7. The Park Millennium-111 West 67th Street New York NY 10023

Riverside Blvd & Riverside Park Manhattan New York

RIVERSIDE BLVD Manhattan New York

Riverside Boulevard is the location of the Trump Park Buildings and now the Extell Development Buildings in the Upper West Side. Not to be confused with Riverside Drive which starts at 72nd St and goes north, Riverside Boulevard starts at 72nd St and goes SOUTH.  Right now it end at 62nd St, but will be lengthened as new development, specifically the Riverside South development project begins.

The Riverside South project was notably developed by Donald Trump and his partners.  Not an easy project that took some time to actually happen as it was a complicated and massive development deal.  The area was originally a freight rail yard owned by New York Central Railroad. Also complicated the development was the West Side Highway, which had to be buried for a certain amount of road.

After decades and many different configurations the project finally came to some fruition as a number of hi-rise condominium buildings were built under the Trump Place name and the Riverside Boulevard address was born. Riverside Blvd is home to the Trump Place buildings and now a number of Extell development buildings including The Rushmore and the new condominium the Aldyn.  There is still southern expansion of the area that is going to be the home of more condominium building’s along with planned parks, school, retail and community involvement.

Some of these buildings include 240 Riverside Blvd-The Heritage at Trump Place, 200 Riverside Blvd, Trump Place at 120 Riverside Blvd, 100 Riverside Blvd-The Avery, 80 Riverside Blvd-The Rushmore and 60 Riverside Blvd-The Aldyn.

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