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EILEEN HSU – NYC CHINESE SPEAKING REAL ESTATE AGENT
August 2011

Mandarin Chinese Speaking Agent-Eileen Hsu 許小姐

Eileen (許小姐) is Chinese and English speaking Real Estate agent here in Manhattan New York. Eileen is also a Vice President 副總 of prestigious Manhattan Real Estate firm Prudential Douglas Elliman. She is Ranked in the Top 2% of Sales Professionals & Teams in the United States Prudential Real Estate Network. 我能說流利的普通話和英語。(http://www.ChineseSpeakingAgent.com) Eileen has a team that service both sellers and buyers of Manhattan New York market.

Eileen Hsu, Mandarin Chinese Speaking Real Estate agent in Manhattan New York explain the difference between condominium and cooperative housing supply of New York city. Eileen Hsu and her team specialize in assisting many Chinese in US and Oversea in Purchasing Manhattan New York Real Estate properties.

Eileen Hsu, Mandarin Chinese Speaking Real Estate agent in Manhattan New York explain the difference between condominium and cooperative housing supply of New York city. Eileen Hsu and her team specialize in assisting many Chinese in US and Oversea in Purchasing Manhattan New York Real Estate properties.

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Riverside Park and Riverside Blvd condos in Manhattan New York

RIVERSIDE BLVD Manhattan New York

Riverside Boulevard is the location of the Trump Park Buildings and now the Extell Development Buildings in the Upper West Side. Not to be confused with Riverside Drive which starts at 72nd St and goes north, Riverside Boulevard starts at 72nd St and goes SOUTH.  Right now it end at 62nd St, but will be lengthened as new development, specifically the Riverside South development project begins.

The Riverside South project was notably developed byDonald Trump and his partners.  Not an easy project that took some time to actually happen as it was a

complicated and massive development deal.  The area was originally a freight rail yard owned by New York Central Railroad. Also complicated the development was the West Side Highway, which had to be buried for a certain amount of road.

After decades and many different configurations the project finally came to some fruition as a number of hi-rise condominium buildings were built under the Trump Place name and the Riverside Boulevard address was born. Riverside Blvd is home to the Trump Place buildings and now a number of Extell development buildings including The Rushmore and the new condominium the Aldyn.  There is still southern expansion of the area that is going to be the home of more condominium building’s along with planned parks, school, retail and community involvement.

Some of these buildings include 240 Riverside Blvd-The Heritage at Trump Place200 Riverside BlvdTrump Place at 120 Riverside Blvd100 Riverside Blvd-The Avery, 80 Riverside Blvd-The Rushmore and 60 Riverside Blvd-The Aldyn.

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Central Park New York Condos With Terraces

Central Park Apartments with terrace Have you been looking for a Central Park Condo with a terrace or outdoor space? There are very few buildings that have that rare of all Manhattan condominium features, your very own outdoor space. Having your very own private terrace or balcony is a highly desirable feature.

To begin with, there are very few condominium buildings that directly face Central Park. Now add in the combination of having outdoor space and you are looking at a very limited section of the market. To get a Central Park view, you either have to live in a building that directly faces Central Park, such as Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side, Central Park South, or Central Park West on the Upper West Side. Or you need to find a condominium building that is tall enough to clear the buildings in front of it and still see Central Park, a building like 101 West 67th Street-The Millennium Tower, 25 Columbus or 60 Columbus Circle at the Time Warner Center, 1 Beacon Court or 721 Fifth Avenue, or the Park Imperial, just to name a few. The general room of thumb is that the higher the floor in a building, the more than likely you will not have accompanying outdoor space. Can you imagine being 60 stories up with a huge outdoor terrace?

To find a Central Park Condo with a terrace, you will probably have to live on one of the exclusive avenues facing Central park directly. A few examples of Central Park condos with terrace’s could be found at a building such as 160 Central Park South-The Essex House or 15 Central Park West, 279 Central Park West, on the Upper East Side at 1212 Fifth Avenue and other select Fifth Avenue Buildings.

Expect pricing to be quite specific to each building. Any apartment with direct Central Park views is not priced like other apartments that might be similar in size, they are priced and compared to other Central Park facing condos.

If you want the Central Park View but don’t absolutely need the terrace

and want to save on price then moving to a taller building that still has unobstructed views of the park is a great option. There will be more selection, compared to a search with outdoor space.

Overall, a search for Central Park Condos with a terrace will include some of the most exclusive apartments in all of Manhattan, having your very own apartment facing Central park is well worth the investment.

Contact us (http://chinesespeakingagent.com/contact/) or call (646)644-6929 directly to discuss what exactly you are searching for in terms of the Central park apartment with terrace. These apartments are one of the kind and not always available, we can start the conversation early and we will put you on the list to contact as soon as one becomes available if they are not currently on the market.

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EILEEN HSU – NYC CHINESE SPEAKING REAL ESTATE AGENT