Regarding Real Estate makes the Manhattan realty world accessible and understandable — whether you are a buyer or seller. Read Manhattan Manifesto (upper right) for an overview. Navigating Highlights (beneath Manhattan Manifesto) explains how to get around the site. Our Property Locator (also upper right) will start a property search.

Hover your cursor over any of the headings on the menu bar above, a drop-down menu of options will appear.

Alternatively, click on a heading, and a new "landing page" pops up. On each of these landing pages, you'll see a grid of nine, like the ones below.

City Desk has all the latest realty news;

Mastering Manhattan contains our real estate 'How-To;'

Dwellings details the different kinds of properties available in Manhattan;

Of Human Interest describes the Manhattan lifestyles of different properties and neighborhoods;

Answering Service answers FAQs, and more;

Communication Compartment includes ways to contact us, and much, much more.

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Throughout Manhattan, for each part of town, every neighborhood…

Throughout Manhattan, for each part of town, every neighborhood, in zip-code-by-zip-code order, and with the nearby neighborhoods conveniently cross referenced, Regarding Real Estate provides the resources every homeowner wants to find, at some point or another. The information included is:

Post Offices

Police Stations

Libraries

Hospitals

Public Schools

Private Schools

Tutorial Services

24-Hour Drugstores

Houses of Worship

 

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There are 52 distinct Manhattan neighborhoods in Manhattan…

There are 55 distinct Manhattan neighborhoods in Manhattan and each is defined by its highlights, parks, historic districts, current community events as well as in a map and photographs.

Upper East Side

Midtown East

Downtown East

Lower Manhattan

Downtown West

Midtown West

Upper West Side

Uptown

Upper Manhattan

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These two distinct Manhattan…

These two distinct Manhattan lifestyles come to life through rarely seen interior photographs, vivid articles, and their unique conventional wisdoms, recent sales data, and our survey of single-family dwellings from the onset. Loft living is traced from the buildings’ commercial origins, their abandonment and conversion to residential usage, and Manhattan’s elite’s migration downtown again.

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Conventional wisdoms
Manhattan residential development
Parks and historic districts
Bountiful blocks beautiful
Behind closed doors
Buyer priorities and seller review
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Find your next luxury rental property as well as discover…

Find your next luxury rental property as well as discover the lore of real-estate moguls past and present, including the stories behind the architects who actualized their innovative lifestyle concepts, developers’ coups, such as Gramercy Park, Carnegie Hill, and Chelsea, how the Astor’s astonishing urban empire came to be, and the developers and builders now wearing their mantel.

Classified luxury rental properties

Distinguishing Dwellings
Manhattan Neighborhood Maps
Rental building links
New development Links
Profiles, titans of lore
Profiles, today’s titans
Clipping Service
They’re Still standing, pre-war rental buildings

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Two-hundred-fifty 100-year-old significant and grand apartment…

Two-hundred-fifty 100-year-old significant and grand apartment houses remain for one and all to enjoy. So just for your shear enjoyment, the original rental brochures—awash with touts, illustrations, and house plans—prepared by these fabled early apartment house developers are ordered into categories, such as Broadway’s Belles, Seven on Seventh, along Claremont Avenue, and alongside Morningside Park. Plus, the Wrecker’s Ball folders hold hundreds more brochures of those less fortunate edifices.

Still Standing

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centenarians of the east side
centenarians on the west side
centenarians uptown
broadway’s belles
seven on seventh
wrecker’s ball
far north but unsorted
on the street where you live
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There are 182 parks (from a pocket community garden to…

There are 182 parks (from a pocket community garden to playground to the 1,000 acre Central Park) and 54 historic districts (from the massive Greenwich Village Historic District to six buildings comprising the Upper East Side’s mini Haredenbergh/Rhinelander Historic District). Regarding Real Estate includes scores and scores of photographs, copious descriptions, and maps depicting their location. Our Neighborhoods department delineates their location as well as describing their effect on each neighborhood around town

Lower Manhattan

Downtown East

Downtown West

Midtown East

Midtown West

Upper East Side

Upper West Side

Uptown

Upper Manhattan

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Our unique neighborhood-by-neighborhood…

Our unique neighborhood-by-neighborhood notice displays announce goings-on that you may not yet know about and don’t want to miss. In addition, with so many internationally renowned institutions, the abundant superior Manhattan-wide cultural schedules—sponsored by churches, schools, and community centers—high school or street fairs, which are too often ignored, so we offer this as their forum too.

Lower Manhattan

Downtown East

Downtown West

Midtown East

Midtown West

Upper East Side

Upper West Side

Uptown

Upper Manhattan

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Joining Fifth and Madison Avenues, the two long-time, world-class flagship …

Joining Fifth and Madison Avenues, two long-time, world-class flagship-store shopping districts are Manhattan’s seven other of-the-moment urban strip malls. By using our neighborhood maps when shopping properties check out our Shopping Arcade to locate your next neighborhood’s fashion emporiums and boutiques for where to pick up the best-of-the-best bauble, or a highly sought-after gadget for your new home.

And, naturally, the right retail shops draw the latest restaurants and local watering holes…those nobody wants to be too far flung from.

Shopping Arcade Leads You to:

Retail Shopping District Maps

Fifth Avenue
Madison Avenue
Time Warner Center (Shops at Columbus Circle)
Rockefeller Center
Lower Fifth Avenue & Ladies Mile (including Limelight Marketplace)
World Financial Center
Bleecker Street
SoHo
Grand Central Terminal
Meating Packing District
South Street Seaport/Financial District

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Our Second Homes section heralds houses currently for sale around the U.S…

Our Second Homes section heralds houses currently for sale around the U.S from Sea to shining Sea…in eight categories: Surf & Sand, Slopes & Snow, Space & Solace, Streets & Steel. Delight in our A Long Time Ago country homes gallery too. While reading their descriptions and studying their photographs, please linger as long as you wish, but those spending less than $25 million should hone their negotiating skills before making an offer.

Second Homes Categories:
Manhattan $25M Town Houses
Manhattan $25M Multiple-family Properties
Streets & Steel
Sun & Surf
Space & Solace
Snow & Slopes
Within Driving Distance
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