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With some outdoor space
We will not be having kids
But we entertain a lot.
Thanks for suggestions
Gay or straight?
Need more than that. We like X. We are yuppies, hipsters, blue bloods. Neighborhood: quiet, happening, access to transportation? One bedroom, two...
look in west village only
Not enough information to answer, but here's a general guideline: You will get the most bang for your buck in otherwise nice areas with bad elementary schools.
Young professionals. Like to entertain. Like to go out too. Doesn't have to be quiet, of course that varies street to street.
Transportation to a particular area not a concern, but transport is a must, can't be in the middle of nowhere where taxis don't go.
Most bang for the buck about $1.2MM.
Chelsea --- great pre-wars, dining, art & galleries, transportation.
Please -- we have enough breeders in Chelsea as it is. If she's straight, steer her EAST of Fifth please.
For Fair Housing reasons, I can't address the kids point, or the young professionals point, but from the standpoint of transport/entertaining space with some outdoor space for $1.2mm, I'd look in Dumbo.
I have clients who five years ago would have been Chelsea clients who I think will end up there.
DG Neary Realty
the basement of the Ansonia Hotel, an ornate-19th century building on the corner of Broadway and West 73rd Street (230 W 74th St, New York, NY 10023) on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Yes, Dumbo is good. Maybe Williamsburg, which will satisfy the yuppie bit. Otherwise on west village, gramercy, soho, etc. But if you want outdoor space and just space (for entertaining) that is decent, that is tough with the budget. Just try and figure out a few areas and then go there on a weeknight to see if you like the vibe.
No kids and no intention of them, and straight not gay. I thought I posted already that but I guess I didn't hit the reply button.
West Village nor Soho seem to have anything with outdoor space in that price range.
Any further thoughts?
there is a big lag between when I post and when it shows up here.
yes, try flatiron. lots to do and madison square park right in center.