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  • 2017 NYC Residential Real Estate Market Outlook

    It’s officially a new year, and here at Platinum Properties, we’ve been reflecting on the past twelve months and looking ahead to what the next twelve will bring. We sat down with Daniel Hedaya, President of Platinum Properties, for his forecast on th

  • Don't Think Queens Is Hip? You Haven't Seen These Neighborhoods

    Images of “hip” NYC conjure up thoughts of many Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhood such as SoHo, Tribeca, Park Slope to name a few. Each of the five boroughs has unique neighborhoods that have a distinct hip factor, Queens being no exception. With ar

  • Start 2017 Off With Style With These Upcoming Events

    View a marvelous model train exhibition that includes recreations of 150 NYC landmarks. Walk between rooms in the exhibit traveling back in time to see replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, among other top sites.

  • Presidential History in New York

    While Washington has been the capital of the U.S. since 1800, New York (which was the former capital of the country) has been the unofficial capital of sorts as the country’s center of media, culture, and has people from every corner of the planet.

  • How to Prep Your Apartment for Winter

    For most Manhattanites this is the time of year where we celebrate the last days of bar hopping, date nights and window shopping on Fifth Avenue in preparation for months of nights in our heated apartments getting dry cleaning delivery, picking our dinner

  • When You Need to Break Your Lease

    A year long lease can seem like a very simple and short commitment when you’re signing on the dotted line for a that new apartment you fell in love with; however, sometimes things don’t always go as planned.

  • NYC Archives Gets Historic Hamilton, Burr Documents

    New York’s court system on Thursday presented the state archives with a wealth of historical records, including documents related to Alexander Hamilton, the nation’s first treasury secretary, and Thomas Jefferson’s Vice President Aaron Burr.

  • Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney

    If you’re in the process of buying or selling a home, apartment or condo there are likely a lot of people involved in the process – a buyer’s agent, a seller’s agent, a mortgage broker, an appraiser, inspectors, and the list goes on. But what abou



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