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  • Gramercy Park NYC: A History

    At the foot of Lexington Avenue is Gramercy Park, formerly the site of a marsh (Gramercy is the anglicized version of a Dutch word meaning “Crooked Swamp”). Gramercy and the adjoining park has been the center of a high-end residential area since its c

  • Chelsea NYC: A History

    Between 14th and 34th Streets to the south and north and from Fifth Avenue and the Hudson River from east to west is Chelsea. Named by a British Royal Army officer after the UK’s military hospital in London, Chelsea was originally a residential area, la

  • How to Rent a Summer House in the Hamptons

    The Hamptons. You don’t have to be from NYC to know all about the summer playground for the city’s elite. With a quick car or train trip east, city dwellers can be in a beachside paradise left only with the memories of the sweltering subway heat or st

  • Top 5 NYC Outdoor Specialty Food and Flea Markets

    Grand Bazaar NYC-Antiques, Artisans and Edibles    Every Sunday Year-Round 10am-5:30pm Highlights of Upcoming Schedule: April 30 – NYC Artisan Bazaar May 7 – NYC Vintage Classics May 21 – Ready, Set, Summer – Craft Market Pop-Up by NY Handmade Collective, former...

  • Most Instagram Worthy Spots in NYC

    At this point in the year, your Instagram feed is probably full of comfort food shots and indoor late-night karaoke sessions, or perhaps a few snow angel shots in Central Park courtesy of last week's storm. But during the winter months we feel like those

  • Previewing 2017 for the Mets and Yankees

    Opening Day is rapidly approaching and that means getting a sneak preview of both teams that call the Big Apple home. While it is tough to predict exactly how a team will do throughout the course of an entire season, we can still tell what some of the pos

  • NCAA: Basketball Scandal and New York

    In addition to the end of winter, March also marks the annual start of college basketball’s “March Madness,” where college basketball teams from every state compete to be the NCAA’s champion. Many rivalries exist among various teams, but New York

  • Rent vs Buy in NYC: Which is Best For You

    t’s the age-old question. For many New Yorkers, deciding whether to buy or rent poses a difficult conundrum. On one hand, owning a piece of property in the city sounds like the dream – it’s a solid investment, and you get to break the annual cycle o



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