Boroughs & Burbs 25 "Neighborhoods" How New York became the City it is Today & The Numbers that Matter
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Last week we stayed uptown. This week we'll tour Manhattan's neighborhoods with 2 experts: Jeffrey Goodman hosts the popular "Rediscovering New York" walking tours showcasing the city's great neighborhoods culturally and historically. But, since we are Realtors and care about the implications on real estate values, we'll be asking Michael Goldenberg to break down the numbers district by district.
Jeffrey Goodman, a 4th generation New Yorker in the Columbus Avenue office will highlight for us the most important cultural and historical facts of these famous Manhattan neighborhoods
Michael Goldenberg lives in Greenwich Village and has managed offices on the Upper West Side and SoHo. We want Michael to break down the numbers for us. Who's up? Who's down, and why?
Points that came up for discussion:
1. Infrastructure. How has it shaped neighborhood development?
2. Anchors that make up a neighborhood.
3. Names matter. Who wants to live in Hell's Kitchen?
6. The public is ahead of the government on law-making. What that means for neighborhoods.
7. Housing stock. Which neighborhoods are still developing and why?
8. Greg Heym's inventory report and how to use it.
9. Urban Digs.
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first aired Thursday, April 28 from 4:00-5:00pm
Michael A. Goldenberg's 25 years in the Manhattan real estate business have been highlighted by the respect and admiration received from his colleagues and associates. As Managing Consultant of Brown Harris Stevens’ West Side office, Michael is responsible for the professional growth of over 160 agents. He brings a varied background in real estate, business, and finance which enlarges his repertoire of tools utilized to champion his brokers’ and agents’ businesses. Michael has a unique and comprehensive understanding of the New York City real estate market. Michael lives in a condominium in Greenwich Village. He is an active member of The Real Estate Board of New York, currently serving as co-chair of the Government Affairs Committee and co-chair of the West Side Committee of REBNY. He believes that there is no better place to live, work, grow, enjoy, and flourish than New York City.
Jeffrey Goodman. A fourth generation New Yorker with a thorough understanding of his hometown’s evolving neighborhoods and fluctuating real estate market, Jeff is not only devoted, but an expert at helping his clients achieve their goals. He works with sellers to sell their properties for the best possible price and helps buyers fulfill their dreams by finding and securing their new home or pied-a-terre. Jeff also draws on his extensive international travels and the skills he developed over 25 years as an advertising executive to help investor clients find promising investment properties.
Roberto Cabrera - With 20 years of experience, I have been recognized throughout the industry for achieving outstanding results: Ranked nationally by REAL Trends as one of "America's Best Real Estate Agents” for avg. sales price of $4.350M. Sold a single family Townhouse faster than any other on the Upper West Side over $10M. I live with my wife and daughter on the Upper West Side, the neighborhood I have called home for the past 23 years. I was originally born in Richmond, Virginia and grew up in Maryland.
John Engel - John Engel is a consistently top-producing agent in Fairfield County, Connecticut. John recently won the 2019 Realtor of the Year Award in New Canaan where he is currently the Chairman of the Town Council. John also brings an insight into internet-based marketing that is unsurpassed. Before going into real estate he was the founder of two successful internet businesses, Paper.com and e-Media for which he won the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year Award.