Andy Warhol s First New york city Studio Strikes the Real Estate Market
Andy Warhol s first New York City studio building is up for sale. The realty firm Cushman & Wakefield is asking $9.975 million for the 5,000-square-foot previous firehouse where Warhol developed many of his seminal works from the early 1960s, including his Disaster paintings.MORE
When a House Includes Lead Paint
Homes constructed prior to 1960 are presumed by New York City to have lead paint (and houses developed as late as 1978 may have it). The mere existence of lead paint does not necessarily position an instant health risk for your baby.MORE
Real Estate Development Bringing Home Return on Relationship
From the worldwide viewpoint, pioneers in the realty space will compete with the following four important developments that will improve overall consumer satisfaction and position forward-thinking business in the proper engagement context from which they can construct a relationship with investors.