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A New Yorker’s Guide to Using Solar In Your Business

This post was originally featured on Entrepreneur.com Image credit: Neil Beckerman | Getty Images With a constant increase in demand for electric power and surging oil prices, it surprises me that more business owners aren’t excited about solar energy. Solar power offers reduced operating costs and a higher return ...

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This One Habit Makes You a Most Productive Entrepreneur

This post was originally featured on Entrepreneur.com What I love about the real estate business is that each new property presents unique challenges to learn and grow. This is especially true in New York, where every building has its own way to inspire. Sometimes it’s just marveling at a beautiful piece of ...

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Five Types of New York City Real Estate You Should Buy Today

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com Highly transparent and under-leveraged, the New York real estate market is one of the most stable in the world. If you are looking to make a savvy investment, now is a great time to beat rising property values — which are expected to increase by as much as 20 percent ...

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5 Customer Service Lessons We Can Learn From Ultra-Luxury Real Estate

This post was originally featured on HuffingtonPost.com The biggest difference between luxury and standard real estate properties is not window treatments or fancy decor ― it’s customer service. When I say ‘customer service’, the first thing a lot of people think of is “Hi, can I help you?”or getting stuck on the ...

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Solar Energy Has Big Apple Potential But New York Real Estate Entrepreneurs Haven’t Seen the Light

New York developers have been reluctant to embrace solar, despite big cost savings and beautiful new designs. That creates opportunity for the bold.   I love New York. I can walk outside, look up and get a lesson in history just from looking at its buildings. Not only is it the birthplace of the American dream, ...

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4 Easy Ways to Live Green in NYC

Finding an apartment in New York City can be a difficult task; in fact, at one point last year, there were literally no vacancies in Manhattan.  In response, new apartments are being built as we speak, yet they are filled just as quickly, due to the already large population and an influx of newcomers to the city. This is all great, ...

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The Atelier: Battling Global Warming

As we’ve learned from the previous two posts about global warming, it’s a phenomenon that’s on the rise and causing significant harm to our planet. At the rate we’re going we are going to cause drastic, maybe irreversible, changes to our planet. In fact, just yesterday a study was published showing that five Solomon islands ...

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New York City Affecting Global Warming

As we learned in the previous blog post from this three part series, the recent global warming and climate change that we are currently experiencing are largely a result of greenhouse gases that humans have emitted, and are continuing to emit at an alarming pace, into the atmosphere. Cities play a huge part in these emissions. With ...

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Global Warming: A Cause and Effect

We’ve all heard the terms before: global warming and climate change. There has been a lot of talk about it recently and we are seeing the effects of it every day. Just look at this past winter in the northeastern United States. Average temperatures were above normal and there was barely any snow! Global warming and climate change ...

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Hudson Yards

Situated along the Hudson River, the Hudson Yards is a redevelopment project that is aimed at encouraging development along the Hudson River. The project includes an extension of the 7 subway lines and a renovation of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in addition to the centerpiece of Hudson Yards, a 26-28 acre mixed-use ...

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The High Line

Stretching from Gansevoort Street in the meatpacking District all the way up to 34th street on the northern edge of the West Side Yard, the High Line is a 1.45 mile long linear park in Manhattan. It’s built of an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad. The former railroad tracks have been redesigned into an ...

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Hell’s Kitchen

The Atelier is located in the heart of the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood in Manhattan, the fastest growing area of the city. Also known as Clinton and Midtown West, Hell’s Kitchen stretches from 34th street up to 59th street and from Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River. It is full of residencies, businesses, companies, doctor’s ...

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Celebrities & the Wealthy in the Atelier

Many people always wonder where famous and wealthy people live. They picture them in fancy mansions in Beverly Hills. But what people may not really know is that many celebrities, foreign dignitaries, politicians, CEO’s of major corporations and broadway stars (when they’re in town on tour) actually don’t choose to live in ...

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How Your Building Can Help Preserve the Environment

Recently, the Atelier has been going through upgrades to make it a more environmentally friendly building. Solar panels have been installed to increase the efficiency of the buildings energy usage. Additionally, sensors have been added to the hallways to preserve energy and help the environment. In addition to these two upgrades ...

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It’s All About Location

The Atelier is located in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, which is the fastest growing area in New York City. Living in the city, it’s imperative to be walking distance to many different things. From top restaurants, to parks, to attractions, the area around the Atelier offers it’s residents the best of the ...

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Real Estate Terms for Beginners

  There are many different abbreviations and terminology used in the real estate world. When looking to rent, buy or sell property it might be difficult for the layperson to understand exactly what their real estate agent means or what is in a contract. Below is a list of some of the basic terms and abbreviations that ...

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Why Go Green?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, “green building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction.” The design ...

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Amenities of the Atelier

  It didn’t take long for the Atelier to become a luxury landmark in Manhattan. Some of the most influential people in New York City, including celebrities, call it home. But what makes the Atelier so special? Besides being located in one of the most seeked out neighborhoods in what is arguably the best city in the ...

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Daniel Neiditch Real Estate

Daniel S. Neiditch is an experienced leader in New York’s dynamic real estate market. As the president of River 2 River Realty, Inc., a business that offers diverse real estate services for customers in New York and beyond, Daniel uses his background to help people make some of the most important decisions of their ...