Farmer’s Market

April 1, 2020

How NYC’s open-air greenmarkets are dealing with the coronavirus outbreak

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, grocery stores across New York City have adopted new policies to ensure the safety of both workers and customers. Similarly, the city's 50 open-air farmers markets--also deemed essential by the state-- are adapting to the health crisis, while continuing to serve fresh produce safely to New Yorkers who rely on them. And many shoppers are choosing to shop outside at GrowNYC farmer's markets over the confined, indoor space of a store.
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November 19, 2014

Spectacular Park Slope Pad with Bookshelf-Lined Walls Asks $1.5 Million

There are few things New York buyers love more than prewar detail, modern updates, and a great location. Well, this parlor-floor apartment of the brownstone at 917 President Street has all that wrapped up with nice wooden bow. The two-bedroom 1,350-square-foot co-op was lovingly renovated to preserve its origins while catering to the needs of the modern day homeowner, all while offering a relaxing haven on a tree-lined street in Park Slope. If wood isn’t your thing, consider yourself warned, but if you have an appreciation for exquisite millwork you’ll love the charm of this $1.495 million unit.
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July 21, 2014

$7 Million Contegiacomo and Associates-Designed Loft Is the Best Wingman in Town

If you’re looking for a bachelor pad to end all bachelor pads, we’ve got exactly what you need. This 4,600-square foot, 3BR/3.5BA loft, designed by award winning architects at Contegiacomo and Associates, understands the importance of meeting the needs of the single guy without filling potential mates with an overwhelming desire to overhaul his entire apartment with a woman’s touch. That’s right, 17 West 17th Street #3FL is more than just any apartment; it’s the best wingman in town.
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