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Newcastle Realty Services selected for 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award New York Small Business Excellence Award Program

Newcastle Realty Services selected for 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award New York,NY - September 25, 2017 — Newcastle Realty Services has been selected for the 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award in the Real Estate Services classification by the New York Small Business Excellence Award Program. Various sources of information were gathered [...]

Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week The Real Deal

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, Steve Kassin sold a retail building in Sheepshead Bay, and a famous architect sold a six-unit Tribeca townhouse for $18 million. 1.) Steve Kassin’s Infinity Real Estate sold a one-story retail building in Sheepshead Bay for $12 million. The 10,000-square-foot building, at 2837 [...]

After renovation, Chumley’s-topping duplex rents for $17.5K/month Curbed New York

Earlier this year, a renovated duplex situated atop a historic West Village building—which just so happened to be home to Chumley’s, the reborn speakeasy—hit the market with a rather high price tag of $12.75 million. And while it hasn’t found a buyer, it’s now off the market; it was rented, and not for cheap either. According [...]

Speakeasy-turned-townhouse rented for nearly $18K per month NY Post

We’re not quite sure what Simone de Beauvoir and other writers, like F. Scott Fitzgerald, would make of the current status of their favorite former speakeasy. After closing in 2007 for nine long years, Chumley’s, located at 86 Bedford St., reopened last year in a townhouse rebuilt from the ground up. It was resurrected as a [...]

How to create an outdoor oasis in a small NYC apartment Curbed New York

If you’re one of the lucky New Yorkers who has a private outdoor space, there’s a good chance you have struggled to figure out how to make it your own—especially if it’s small, as balconies and backyards in your average New York apartment tend to be. But landscape architect Steve Griggs, who has worked in [...]

Brooklyn Heights eyesore begins major makeover Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Lore Croghan | April 13, 2017 Here's a piece of promising news for Brooklyn Heights Historic District residents: Work is underway in earnest to reconstruct a pre-Civil War house that is one of the area's few eyesores. Look up on the roof of 100 Clark St. the next time you're in the picturesque, pricey brownstone [...]

Historic West Village building, home to Chumley’s, seeks $12.75M Curbed New York

Amy Plitt | February 27, 2017 A decade after part of the building caved in, it’s ready for a new owner If you’ve ever dreamed of living atop a piece of New York City history, now’s your chance—provided you have $12.75 million to drop on a house, that is. A 19th-century townhouse at 86 Bedford Street in [...]

Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week The Real Deal

Kyna Doles | August 29, 2016 HUBB NYC buys in Tribeca, while Newcastle Realty Services sells in Washington Heights 1.) Real estate investment firm HUBB NYC purchased a 10-unit mixed-use building at 121 Chambers Street for $16.2 million, rounding out its Manhattan portfolio to 30 properties. The Tribeca building is five stories spanning 18,500 square feet. [...]

Tattered Brooklyn Mansion Has a Blueprint for Rebirth The New York Times

Sarah Maslin Nir | August 14, 2016 Once upon a time, a mansion stood at the corner of Clark Street and Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights. Built in 1872, it was stately and corniced, bedecked in stone scrollwork and intricate ironwork, a credit to its architect. Its more recent history has been far less illustrious, however. [...]

Landmarks Approves Reconstruction Of Residential Building At 100 Clark Street, Brooklyn Heights New York Yimby

Evan Bindelglass | August 5, 2016 A pre-Civil War corner building in New York City’s first historic district will be restored to its former glory. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a plan to rebuild 100 Clark Street, which is also known as 1 Monroe Place. As indicated, the site is at the corner of Clark [...]