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With cities oversaturated by glossy architecture, the pendulum is poised to swing to something more human. Artisanal architecture might just provide the momentum. Luxury doesn’t have to be a $30+ million glass box in the sky above Manhattan. It also can be a cozy wood-burning fireplace or a view of a garden beyond a bedroom window.

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I will lead with a qualitative evaluation of the property based on market, comps and condition.I offer my clients complimentary staging services to finely polish your home for sale.  Your bespoke marketing plan includes social, online, print, and digital media.

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I will ultizie my resources to ensure your property search is enjoyable. Whether it be a studio or penthouse I provide guidance from the initial search to closing. With years of experience in negiotation my clients trust me to help them secure their dream properties.

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A Television show in its 5th year, which started in California and is now streaming and airing in nearly every major city. Being on the cast has allowed me to provide even more to my clients. The exposure to an audience that most can’t reach is definitely advantageous to my sellers.
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Mike not only knew what I needed, he knew what I envisioned as a home.when it was all over, it ended up being one of the happier times in my life because of Mike.
JOSEPH GAZZOLABuyer and Seller
He is extremely knowledgeable of the market and we found him to have incredible attention to detail, excellent follow-through, and is extremely kind
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Upper West Side

Two famous parks are part of the Upper West Side – Central Park and Riverside Park. Longtime restaurants like Sarabeth’s, Shun Lee West and Gray’s Papaya (a rite-of-passage for locals) share space with newer additions. Shoppers can browse the aisles at long-established mom & pop stores such as Town Shop (opened in 1888), Mondel Chocolates (1943), Harry’s Shoes and Zabar’s (they’ve both been around since the 1930s).

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Lenox Hill

A true shopping or window-shopping destination, residents can check out any one of the fabulously well-known shops or art galleries along Madison Avenue or stop in at any one of the world-class museums that line this portion of Fifth Avenue such as the Frick Collection, the Whitney Museum or the Asia Society.

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Named for the famous triangle-shaped Flatiron Building at 175 Fifth Ave. Most consider Flatiron to be loosely bordered by 20th Street and Union Square, Sixth or Seventh Avenues to the west – and Lexington Avenue or Irving Place to the east.

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An acronym for “Triangle Below Canal Street”, TriBeCa is bound by Canal, West Street, Vesey Street and Broadway. A neighborhood from cavernous cast-iron warehouses used for textile manufacturing along its historic cobblestone streets, buyers easily find light-filled, loft-like layouts. Morphing into a mostly residential neighborhood in the 1970s.

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Upper East Side

From 59th to 96th Street between Fifth Avenue and the East River, the Upper East Side exemplifies historic districts and landmarked pre-war buildings.
World-class museums (particularly along Museum Mile), art galleries, Central Park, the East River Esplanade, and the 92nd Street Y are all within close proximity to this neighborhood



Within Chelsea, there are three historic districts. The Ladies Mile Historic District, the Chelsea Historic District and the West Chelsea Historic District. While the Ladies Mile covers former grand, loft-style department stores, the Chelsea District features tree-lined streets with many beautiful townhouses of different styles from the 19th century. This area is now home to countless art galleries, museums and cultural spaces.

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Park Slope

Park Slope is one of Brooklyn’s largest neighborhoods and both residents and house-hunters delight in Park Slope’s elegant layouts, 12-foot ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, pocket doors and other turn-of-the-century details.


Brooklyn Heights

This neighborhood is close to Brooklyn Bridge Park, the first major park to be built in Brooklyn since Prospect Park. The park features extraordinary playgrounds including Swing Valley with long rope swings, a water play area and a slide mountain with two-story slides, a dog run, a pool and the stunning Jane’s Carousel designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel.

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