Posts Tagged ‘Harlem Bespoke’

Holding Out in Harlem, but Not Holding a Grudge | NY Times

Holding Out in Harlem, but Not Holding a Grudge | NY Times

The Appraisal By MATT A.V. CHABAN The blog post should have been the least of Tracy Butler’s worries, what with the demolition and excavation work going on on three sides of her family’s 129-year-old brownstone on West 123rd Street. Yet four months later, it still bemused her. The Dec. 15 entry on the real-estate website […]


Washington Heights Brownstone Hits the Market For $2.5M | Curbed NY

Washington Heights Brownstone Hits the Market For $2.5M | Curbed NY

by Jessica Dailey It’s not the most expensive home currently available in the neighborhood, but at $2.475 million, this single family brownstone is now the priciest townhouse in Washington Heights (the “most expensive” title actually goes to a condo). Located at 431 West 162nd Street near Roger Morris Park, the house has been lovingly maintained; […]

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