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The Alycia, 304 W114th St, 1A – Harlem, New York

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The Alycia, 304 West 114th Street, 1A – Harlem, New York $479K

Looking for a deluxe starter home, inviting weekend place, or smart investment property? Look no further than this bright and airy convertible 1BR at the lovely Alycia Condo in the heart of South Harlem! Walking through the front door, you’ll be charmed by the apartment’s high ceilings with soft recessed lighting, and crown molding all around. To your left is a giant walk-in closet with all the space and clever built-ins that you could ask for. And to your right is the spacious, spa-inspired bathroom featuring ceramic tiles with glass-tile inlay, Kohler fixtures, and a simply wonderful deep-soaking Jacuzzi tub. The open kitchen gleams with stainless appliances? Including a built-in microwave and dishwasher? Granite counter and a handy butcher-block rolling island with abundant cabinet space. Apartment 1A also has an efficient IslandAire HVAC system, video intercom, and its own basement storage space with a stackable washer-dryer! The Alycia has a (free) bike-storage room and a delightful rooftop deck as well as abated taxes through 2035. Just two blocks from the B/C subway, four blocks from Central Park, and moments away from neighborhood favorites Bier, Melba’s, 67 Orange Street, Harlem Tavern, Lido, Harlem Food Bar, Harlem Shambles, and the rest of the fun on Frederick Douglass, it’s easy to say yes to this gem at The Alycia!


For a private showing, please contact Neil Porter at:

Happy Birthday America!

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Park Tilford- 100 West 82nd street #4D

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PARK TILFORD APT, 100 West 72nd Street, 4D – Upper West Side, New York $699K

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Move right in to this stylish, loft home with soaring ceilings and sunny, eastern exposures from over-sized windows at the Park Tilford, 100 West 72nd Street in the heart of the Upper West Side. No stone was left unturned in this thoughtful renovation with ample, built-in storage throughout. The efficient, open kitchen is ideal for the home cook with stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and sleek modern cabinetry. The fully renovated bathroom features Kohler fixtures and tiled standing shower and backsplash.Up the stairs, is a serene, lofted bedroom with full-height ceilings and excellent closets. Beneath the bedroom loft is a gigantic, and very useful storage area. Enjoy downtown living on the Upper West Side in this dramatic loft home. The Park Tilford is a well-maintained, boutique Coop built at the turn-of-the-century by the prominent architectural firm, McKim, Mead, & White who also designed the original Pennsylvania Station, Brooklyn Museum and Columbia University campus. This unique loft-style building is located in the heart of the Upper West Side with elevator and laundry room. Live only moments from Central Park, public transportation, gourmet shopping and fine dining. Pied-a-terres and co-purchasers are permitted. Pets are welcome.

410 Central Park West, 5A/6A – Upper West Side, New York

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410 Central Park West, 5A/6A – Upper West Side, New York




SERENE CENTRAL PARK VIEWS! Look no further for a spacious, real 4-Bedroom, 3 Bath home with east-facing, direct park views from every room! This sunny & cheerful corner unit duplex is a seamless combination of two ‘A’-line, 2-Bedroom apartments creating a well-designed, “house-like” layout. The 6th floor boasts a comfortable, open floorplan with an eat-in kitchen, open to the grandly proportioned living and dining room and a private bedroom and full bath tucked away down the hall, making it ideal as a guest bedroom, master suite or a den. The expansive kitchen has excellent storage, stainless steel appliances including Viking stove & Subzero refrigerator and a large breakfast bar for casual dining while taking in the bucolic Central Park views! The spacious, living/dining room has both northern and eastern exposures and is ideal for entertaining. Three generous bedrooms occupy the 5th floor as well as an office nook, and 2 full baths, one of which is ensuite to the Master Bedroom. This sleek, modern home has plenty of storage and is already in excellent condition but could be customized with updates to fit the lifestyle of its new owners. Have it all, with stunning views of Central Park and plenty of room to grow.410 Central Park West is a full-service building with 24-hour doorman, excellent live-in Super, storage, bike room and common laundry. Live directly across the street Central Park, moments away from shopping at Columbus Square, and easy access to public transportation. Pets are welcome! There is currently an assessment of $334.08 per month.


Fior a private showing, please email me:

Roasted Multi Colored Carrots with Spicy pistachios

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Over the weekend I went to a beautiful home in Hillsdale, New York,  for a pot luck dinner.

The company was amazing, the Western views of Columbia County were exquisite and the {pot luck} items were all divine.

The dish I prepared was a very simple roasted carrot dish with roasted pistachios and maple syrup.

 Feeds 4-6 people as a side dish-

 2 pounds of multi colored organic carrots. {if you cannot get multi colored, orange carrots are just fine}

Rinse the carrots under cold water and cut off the tops and bottoms of the carrots.

Coat carrots with XVOO.

Place in a roasting pan and season with sea salt and cracked black pepper.

Place in your pre-heated 375 degree oven and roast for 1 hour and 10 minutes or until the carrots are tender.


Pour 3 ouncesof XVOO into a sauté pan, and get the oil hot.

Add 2 cups of chopped pistachios and sauté until they get slightly toasted.

Add ¼ tsp of cayenne pepper and ¼ tsp. of crushed red chiles.

Add ½ cup of {real} maple syrup and coat your nuts ^~^

Pour over carrots and serve.


The Carrots can be served room temperature or hot. {please note, the photo above of the carrots had not been garnished with the pistachios and maple syrup yet}

Delicious Summer pasta that happens to be gluten free~

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A delicious pasta dish that happens to be gluten Free


Serves 4 people:



4 cloves chopped garlic

3 sliced shallots

1 head of roasted fennel

3 roasted peppers

5 ounces sliced crimini mushrooms

5 ounces sliced white mushrooms

1 bunch chopped chives

XVOO 5 ounces

Sea Salt

Cracked Black Pepper

½ tsp. crushed red pepper




Sweat the garlic and shallots in the Olive oil

Once the shallots and garlic are caramelized, add the mushrooms and sauté until tender

Add the chopped roasted Fennel and Roasted Pepper to the mixture. (Fennel and peppers should be roasted in a roasting pan with Olive oil , salt and pepper at 375 degrees for approx.. 45 minutes to an hour, or until tender.

Add the chopped chives, sea salt and crack black pepper to taste and the crushed red peppers.


In a spate pot of boiling salted water, cook the pasta until tender.


Drain the pasta on a colander and add to the sauce.


Serve with Roasted bread and a delicious dry white wine or Rose~

Korean Bbq!!! New Wonjo in New York City

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My wife and I recently headed to Korea Town in New York City and ended up at New Wonjo.


We had so much fun.

The spicy pork was my favorite and almost every small side dish (banchan) that accompanied the meat was amazing. We loved the Kimchi made of pickled Daikon and also the classic cabbage Kimchi. They sent us a steamed egg in a chicken broth that was divine.

You will leave the restaurant smelling a little like BBQ, but it is well worth it.

Tel. 212-695-5815



710 West End Avenue #11B 2 bedroom, 2 Bath Co-Op, $1.5M

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710 West End Avenue, 11B – Upper West Side, New York


First Open House~5.10.15 11:30am-1pm


Enjoy stunning sunsets in your gorgeous, high floor, river-view apartment on lovely West End Avenue! Move right into this gracious 2-Bedroom 2-Bath home with generous proportions and lovely prewar details. High, beamed ceilings and original hardwood floors are complemented by a modern renovation. The windowed, eat-in kitchen boasts sleek cashmere granite counters, plentiful, hardwood contemporary cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Both bathrooms boast fresh renovations keeping with the prewar style of the apartment. The serene master bath features marble sink, deep-soaking tub, marble floor and white subway tiles. Both baths have Toto toilets and views of the River! The bedrooms are spacious with deep closets and soothing, river views to lull you to sleep.710 West End Avenue is a full-service, prewar building, built in 1928 and converted to Cooperative in 1982. It has 24-hour doorman, private storage, bike storage and excellent live-in Super. Pets are welcome!

Algodon Wine and “Day One, NY”

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Eight years ago I went to Argentina for the first time. I was lucky enough to head to San Rafael, Argentina and see a project that was in the works. It was an old vineyard , called Algodon ( that had been producing amazing wines with views of the Andes mountains and vines as old as 1946. By the way, the Andes are 100 miles away and can be seen with the naked eye from the vineyard. The place was magical.
I was given the opportunity to invest in the project and paid it no mind.
When I returned to NYC, I told my wife about the project; a 2000 acre vineyard that would produce some of the best Malbec’s, Olive oils and at some point, they would start to build homes right on the vineyard.
It took Carolyn Zweben about 12 seconds to make the decision for us to invest.
Over the last 8 years, we have produced 5 vintages of our Zweben Family Malbec Riserva and this year, after 14 months of aging, it is the best.
We fill one barrel, whenever we have the opportunity and the barrel yields 288 bottles.
It really yields 290 bottles, but the US Department of Agriculture always takes 2 bottles for testing, when it arrives to the states….HMMMMM.
We are also big supporters of an organization in NYC called, and have decided to sell 6 bottle cases, with all proceeds going to Day One.
Please take a look at what Day One does, below and pull out your check books for a great cause.
Warm regards-
Paul and Carolyn Zweben and of course, Olivia too~


What you need to know about the 1st Quarter rental market in, NYC, BK & Queens

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The Manhattan rental market has been rising for more than a year. Inventory fell and fewer landlord concessions were being offered. Rents for smaller apartments increased the most, as higher employment brought more demand into the city. Would-be first-time buyers continued to be challenged by tight mortgage lending. We anticipate similar conditions throughout the spring.

For the past two months Brooklyn rents remained stable, after rising for much of the past two years. Rental prices were high, while negotiability and landlord concessions remained low. With an improving local economy and tight credit, we don’t anticipate much relief for tenants through the spring market.

Rental prices in northwest Queens were generally higher, although most of the increases occurred in smaller apartments. Marketing time fell and there was less negotiability between landlords and tenants. With rising rents in other boroughs bringing more demand into Queens and an improving city economy, we expect the rental market to remain active in the coming months.
Here is the report: