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December 23, 2016

KEEPING THE DIRTY DISHES CLEAN

The New York Times Not everyone wants guests to see the cooking: Enclosed kitchens are coming back. During a New Year’s Eve dinner party several years ago, fun and laughter quickly turned to anguish for Jennifer McAllister Nevins. The pipes in her kitchen were suddenly […]

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Tim Waltman
Tim Waltman
December 15, 2016

Getting a new angle on New York

The Charles is the latest addition to New York’s Upper East Side. The Charles is a bespoke luxury residential tower located at 1355 First Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side that was recently completed. The building was designed by an all-star team including Ismael Leyva […]

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December 12, 2016

My House Idea – The Charles

The Charles is a bespoke luxury residential tower located at 1355 First Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side that was recently completed. The building was designed by an all-star team including Ismael Leyva Architects, known for the design of several prominent Manhattan buildings, as well […]

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December 10, 2016

betting on turnstiles for a turnaround

The New York Times   Developers and homeowners in Yorkville celebrate the upcoming opening of the Second Avenue subway. The eastern Upper East Side, a subway desert, is about to see the end of its drought. In December, nine years after construction of the initial […]

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Tim Waltman
December 8, 2016

Real Estate: Luxe Listings | New York Family

As the residential development boom continues across the city, there are even more fantastic options for families seeking comfortable homes with top-notch amenities for all ages. Whether you’re actively looking for a new home for your growing family, or are simply curious about what’s out […]

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Tim Waltman
December 5, 2016

A UES Game Changer – New York Lifestyles

Located on First Avenue, between East 72nd and 73rd Streets, The Charles is like no other building in the Upper East Side. The neighborhood has long been known for its rich architectural splendor comprised of brownstones with many boasting the classic limestone facades so popular […]

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