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This is what the Lower Manhattan skyline will look like soon

June 616, 2016- All of those pencil-tower properties under construction now will be transforming the

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New York City is now worse than it was in the 1970’s

Update August 9, 2016- Today alone, a doctor was slashed in the face in a nice part of town in the Upper East Side,

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Review: White Plains and Greenwich

July 1, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD For the last 20-years, many of my colleagues in surgery and Wall Street have been the ones to commute

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Review: Williamsburg Brooklyn: Part 2

March 26, 2016- by Steven Greer One month ago, I went to Williamsburg to see a concert and liked the place. I went back tonight.

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Chinese developers might build that Howard Hughes skyscraper in the Seaport after all

March 19, 2016- A real estate blog is reporting that this tower will be as tall as the Freedom

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Review: Brooklyn (the city, not the movie)

February 27, 2016- by Steven E. Greer For me, Brooklyn might as well be Australia. I have lived in New York for 20-years, and can

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Low demand for new condos

July 21, 2015- We have previously reported how the majority of owners of new condo units

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Told you so. NYC apartments are now pure investment vehicles, surpassing gold

April 21, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD BP.TV previously reported on the real reason so many pencil-tower high-rise apartment buildings are being constructed.

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