New York City is called the city that never sleeps for good reason. On a recent business trip to the Big Apple, I had the opportunity to take in the city and view a few New York City condos. Jersey Boys was a fantastic show and highly suggested for all NY visitors, but that is a topic for another blog. Even with Wall Street being the center of the country’s financial situation, the city is as vibrant as ever. There are many real estate projects in New York that are still showing strength such as Loft 25 at 420 West 25th Street.
With units from $825,000, this may seem high for the rest of the country, but New York Real Estate doesn’t sleep just like the entertainment options. As I made my way from Manhattan Condos to Brooklyn Condos, I was pleased to see new construction all around me. Who knows what the near future holds as the lending institutions in New York go through major challenges, but the real estate looks strong as the capital markets correct themselves.
Stay tuned with many New York City Condos coming on board with New Condos Online in the next few weeks. Some wise scholars would even say that the New Condos Online site never sleeps as it continues to be a wonderful showcase of New York Condos for interested buyers, investors and agents.
Summertime seems to be season where most developers and marketing agents want to cut back on their advertising because it’s rumored that many sales don’t happen in the off season. While sales may see a decline in these months I can’t understand why someone would pull their internet advertising program, to put it on hold or to canceling it to later revamp it in the next quarter. The whole goal here is to make a new homebuyers aware of your development and as far as I know, no one is turning their attention away from the net for three months in the summer. New Condos Online is has seen a recent pickup in new clients due to this way of thinking, the logic that their project maintains a status online as a brand and when they list with New Condos Online their listing is further optimized within the specific city and state — That’s like a scaled down version of an SEO campaign for your developments website! we have been brining on new developments all over New York City as the season heats up.
Take The Revere of example –This 30 story dark brown brick tower on the southeast corner of First Avenue and 54th street has an impressive and elegant entrance in a small plaza that is raised a few steps above the sidewalk. The 229 unit was built in 1970 and converted to a condominium project about 10 years later — It has recently gone under some major renovations and makes a definite .Summertime seems to be season where most developers and marketing agents want to cut back on their advertising because it’s rumored that many sales don’t happen in the off season. While sales may see a decline in these months I can’t understand why someone would pull their internet advertising program, to put it on hold or to canceling it to later revamp it in the next quarter.
Riverwalk Court Condos is another breathtaking development in New York and boasts a very modern and sophisticated touch to it’s facade. Take a look at our new additions to this strong market to see how the skyline is changing and take note that the season isn’t the only thing heating up in this market.
Beacon Pointe is an intimate enclave of 40 New York townhomes in a community that combines nostalgia with the excitement that suggests growth, renewal and prosperity. Just blocks from the shore, Beacon Pointe is a unique place where the Georgetown-style architecture harks back to the rich past, yet pulsates with the energy of today; where homeowners can enjoy refined living in an unmatched setting; and where a short walk to the smartly renovated train station or a quick ride to the ferry brings you into Manhattan in under one hour. Units start at $358,740 and are very cool! Check our Beacon Point today on NewCondosOnline.com.