Our loft-style studios offer expansive layouts with room to live, work, dine and relax.
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One of the things I love most about Manhattan is that you can do anything you want whenever you want. Apparently at this bar, mere blocks from my EXCLUSIVE 3 bed (link in profile), you can get a drink, watch a comedy show AND get a manicure all at once for $10 plus tip. #i❤️nyc
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Like a little slice of France hidden away on the Upper East Side, Quatorze Bis is a classic neighborhood bistro that local patrons can’t get enough of. It’s just one of the many fine dining institutions in Hanley’s neighborhood, click the link in our bio to explore some more. #LiveAtHanley
ATTN #JuneHomies! Come join us for a FREE @completebodygym class, this Saturday from 2-3PM in Chelsea! .
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New York NY 10011
Gourmet greatness is at your fingertips in Hanley’s exquisitely designed kitchens. With sleek lacquered cabinetry, marble countertops, and a stainless steel appliance package, Hanley’s kitchens are the ideal epicurean workspace. #LiveAtHanley
We had photographers in mind when we redecorated the studio last year. Our light purple walls and inspiring wall art have brightened the studio and been a huge hit. Our mats and props make photos and videos easy to shoot. And our lower daytime, weekday rate makes it affordable to take studio shots. Book today and take amazing photos for your social media, website or blog! Link in bio 💓
This year we are donating 3% of our sales commissions to local charities of our customers choice! .
As real estate agents, we not only sell homes, we also sell neighborhoods. Giving back not only helps to improve local communities but also connects our customers to them.
Deeper roots mean a greater bond 🤝❤️
For #tbt, a little bit of real estate history— and an explanation why you still see listings for #NYCrentals that specify “heat 🔥 and hot water 🚿 included.” Until pretty recently in New York City’s history, landlords weren’t required to provide access to hot water for apartments (never mind pay for it!). In 1901, tenement laws only required that every apartment should have running water🚰, but that didn’t mean it had to be warm! You can still, occasionally, find apartments where the bathtub 🛁 is in the kitchen for exactly this reason— without a large boiler to do the work for you, having the bathtub next to the stove to heat multiple pots of water and pour it in to the nearby tub for bathing was a relatively luxurious convenience in what was known as a cold water flat. (Certainly better, IMO, than having to share a bathroom with multiple families in a boarding house!) By 1929— not even a hundred years ago!— the city had passed the Multiple Dwelling Law which required that ''Every wash basin🧽, bath🛁, shower🚿, sink 🚰 and laundry tub🧺 shall be provided with an adequate supply of hot 🔥and cold ❄️ water.'' Of course, most landlords weren’t interested in shelling out the money 💸 required to run two sets of pipes for hot water to their apartments, so the bathtubs stayed in the kitchen. These days, landlords are required to not only provide access to hot water, but to heat, as well, and if the building has more than 6 units, they have to include it with your rent. But again, the bottom line influences the type of heat you get, which is why most NYC apartments use steam heat through radiators: it only requires one big boiler to provide heat and hot water to the entire building (though there is a lot more pipework, now!). If you live in the city, you most likely have a radiator (or a blisteringly hot metal pipe) in each room. Hence why “heat and hot water included” is a vestigial part of the standard apartment listing language, from the days when it wasn’t a legal requirement, but a really nice amenity! 📷: “Kitchen interior”, The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1934 – 1938 # #nycrealestate#nychistory#bathtubinthekitchen#kitchenbathtub
Hot news (🔥📰): I have an exclusive 10 unit walk-up in #GramercyPark... and just rented 9/10 units after releasing a couple at a time over the course of a month. There’s one 3 bedroom unit left. Who wants it? !🙋♀️🙋♀️🙋♂️ (DM for more deets) #316