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50 United Nations Plaza 17-B

July 24, 2017

Avenue Magazine   AVENUE MAGAZINE JULY 2017 | 50 UNITED NATIONS PLAZA Wendy Jackson's exclusive listing at the prestigious 50 United Nations Plaza Residence 17-B, featured in the July Issue of Avenue Magazine. Click here to view the full article Read more

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The best dishes to order during NYC Restaurant Week

July 24, 2017

NYC Restaurant Week kicked off earlier this week, which means it's time to try as many three-course meals ($29 lunch, $42 dinner) as you can. In addition to our favorite restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn, here are ten great dishes for you to chow down on. Rotisserie chicken at Lafayette Don't overlook the chicken at this French hot spot in NoHo—the bird is served "grandma" style with bacon, potatoes and mushrooms. Neta sushi at Net...

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7 Easy Tips for Entertaining in Your Home

July 7, 2017

7 Easy Tips for Entertaining in Your Home We spend so much time curating and making our spaces just right, don’t we? And yet if you’re like me, you’re not entertaining nearly enough. With the holiday season in full swing, it’s time to show off your space, enjoy the company of friends, and not get too caught up in the details. The holiday season is known as the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also make you nervous to ...

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Eight Ways For New Investors To Succeed In Today’s Real Estate Market

July 6, 2017

Investing in real estate is an increasingly popular way for entrepreneurial-minded individuals to diversify their portfolios and earn income. It's not the easiest endeavor, and like any investment, it requires plenty of research and due diligence to make it work. But when done correctly, real estate can be an incredibly lucrative business opportunity. If you're new to the real estate market or are thinking about making your first invest...

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The 5 Best New York City Museums

July 3, 2017

New York City Museums The 5 Best New York City Museums Why wait a rainy day for visiting a New York museum? In this city, there is a museum for every aesthetic and intellectual curiosity, with specialties ranging from modern art to outer space or from design to photography. – The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States and one of the ten largest in the world. Its permanent collection contains mor...

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Upcoming events in Central Park for the weekend!

June 30, 2017

Central Park Check out the upcoming events in Central Park ! Time to enjoy your summer outdoors!   Friday, June 30, 2017 Arsenal Gallery Exhibit: Plant Patterns 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Location: Arsenal (in Central Park) Category: Accessible, Art, Seniors Free! Central Park Tour: Legendary Landmarks 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Location: Belvedere Castle (in Central Park) Category: Education, Nature, History, Tours Saturday, July 1, 2017...

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How much does it cost to renovate a kitchen in NYC?

June 29, 2017

Kitchen in NYC How much does it cost to renovate a kitchen in NYC? Q: How much can I typically expect to spend on a kitchen renovation? A:  $20,000 is a solid starting point for the cost of a basic kitchen renovation in New York City. Plenty depends on how high-end and customized you want to go, but there are some easy rules of thumb to keep in mind when estimating your costs. (Note: Less than that and you may be looking at handyman-quality work, sett...

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Model Apartments Where Designers Run Wild

June 26, 2017

Model Apartments Model Apartments Where Designers Run Wild The bedroom of the model unit for 432 Park Avenue, designed by Kelly Behun. The azure Calico wallpaper appears to be finished with a torn edge and long silvery drips. Credit Richard Powers Compared with the tastefully neutral interiors of so many new condominium buildings, the latest model unit to open at 432 Park Avenue comes as a jolt. The living room fireplace is finished in...

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Creating a Garden Oasis in the City

June 23, 2017

Garden Oasis Creating a Garden Oasis in the City An outdoor garden designed by Todd Haiman for Samira Kawash and Roger Cooper in Park Slope, Brooklyn. CreditRobert Deitchler for The New York Times Samira Kawash and Roger Cooper bought their Park Slope brownstone five years ago with the idea of giving big dinner parties and enjoying lazy afternoons in the extra-large backyard. But after they moved in with their daughter, Illia, then 9...

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Who in the world is buying real estate in California? Let us tell you!

June 22, 2017

Real Estate in California WHO IN THE WORLD IS BUYING REAL ESTATE IN CALIFORNIA? By: Shannon Watson California is known far and wide for having one of the most attractive — and expensive — real estate markets in the United States.  With a median price of $475,990 for a single-family, detached home, significantly more than the U.S. average of $230,000, California homes are out of reach for most buyers. Or are they? International home buyers consistently make ...

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