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Some of NYC's most stunning homes

Chic converted firehouse in the West Village asks $21.8M The townhome has two large terraces Stately, 179-year-old Chelsea townhouse with ‘Seinfeld’ ties wants $8.65M The house’s exterior was used as Elaine’s home in  Seinfeld Elegant West Village co-op with vintage details wants $2.5M The apartment has three wood-burning fireplaces Airy West Village townhouse with literary past wants $17.95M John Lennon and Norman Mailer once partied at this West Houston Street house For $8M, a dreamy Greenwich Village townhouse with old-world charm The house has four wood-burning fireplaces and a garden Lavish full-floor Pierre Hotel apartment wants $65M The apartment is one of the most expensive homes for sale in NYC right now DO YOU HAVE A REAL ESTATE QUESTION? NEED HELP BUYING OR SELLING YOUR REAL ESTATE ASSET? CALL / EMAIL ME! I'M HERE FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS! C: 212-321-0115 E: NYCTREALTY@GMAIL.COM Fernando Branco , GRI, A

How to research a New York apartment building before you move in

How to research a New York apartment building before you move in Know before you sign the lease By  Jessica Dailey  and  Amy Plitt    Updated  Aug 7, 2019, 12:42pm ED Getty Images Finding an apartment in New York City is hard—so hard, in fact, you might jump at the first available place you visit, even though there's trash piled up by the front door, the elevator isn't working, and the whole places smells like bleach. But the landlord is just so reassuring and said, "It will be perfect when you move in!" so many times that you're starting to believe him. But consider this: That bleach may be hiding a mold problem; the elevator might be a chronic issue; and those trash bags could be filled with stuff you don’t even want to know about. So how do you separate the good apartments from the bad? No need to hire a private detective; a few free online resources can address all these concerns—and save you from moving into a grody place in the process. S