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Steven Vornea
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#LongIsland  is a great place with a lot happening #realestate  
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It turns out Williamsburg is more than just a pretty face.

Have a look at new CPEX findings showing That Brooklyn takes out 3 of the top 10 locations for most expensive retail corridor.
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Are you keeping tabs on the latest in New York construction?
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Always keeping my eye on budding New York infrastructure changes. 
Have a look at what's coming next:
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There’s an Amazing New Addition to NYC’s High Line Park
Prismatic_NYC, an architectural piece which responds to weather conditions has been installed in the ceiling of a walkway that stretches over the High Line park. 

Find out more on my blog:
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These starter tips will not only help you with your first purchase, they will serve you in other negotiations whether they are billion dollar deals or buying a TV. 
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Investors often ask me where they should be putting their money next in New York real estate. When it comes to real estate development trends there are many factors that come into play. One thing that is agreed upon by forecasters across the board is that Brooklyn rental properties keep going up and aren’t showing any signs of slowing down in the future. Manhattan developers on the other hand, continue to invest in condos while new-development rental units are on the decline. In this recent article by Will Parker, we see marketing data that shows a comparison in the real estate market from 2014 to 2015 which demonstrates the facts.
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Great Examples of the Art of the Possible
The American Dream is built on rags to riches stories and growing up with limited means, raised by immigrant parents, I am grateful to be where I am today. My first job at age 11 was working in the local markets where I learned many life lessons I still rely on today. Hard work, determination and self-development are the cornerstone of my approach to business. That is, with the Art of the Possible.

Entrepreneur recently published this piece by Jaqueline Whitmore about 3 famous people’s journey to success.
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If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll see that I have an ongoing interest in the history of New York architecture. Many people are unaware that for years, the New York public library has given free access to their Public Domain Collection which is a digital archive of thousands of images of historical significance. This week, Archdaily reported that the library made 180,000 more images available for download. 
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