SoHo Real Estate Snapshot – Condo Oversupply and Co-Op Undersupply

I love discovering fascinating statistics.  While in total the SoHo market is in equilibrium, it appears that there is an over-supply of condos and an under-supply of co-ops. As of right now, there are 153 active listings on the market in SoHo, including both condos and co-ops.  The average price is $7,684,996 and the median price […]

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Which Art Strut Moleskine Do You Like Best? One Day Survey!

Moleskine has been a great partner for Art Strut!  Each ticket enables you to a limited edition Art Strut notebook!  RSVP at artstrut.eventbrite.com! Which notebook design do you prefer? 1.  Black with red 2.  Tan with white 3.  Tan with red A Closer Look: Black with Red: 2.  Tan with Red: 3.  Tan with White:

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Gallery Hop This Thursday April 23rd In SoHo!

Planning Art Strut has been a great opportunity to learn about all 46 galleries in here in SoHo.  After subscribing to each gallery, I learned that April 23rd is a big night for places here in the ‘hood! From 6-8pm on April 23rd, make sure to check out: Michele Mariaud Gallery – Upcoming show HARMONY by […]

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Announcing Art Strut! {& April 2015 Newsletter}

Did you know I send out a monthly newsletter?  You can subscribe here! While the worst of winter might have been over in February, March was quite chilly!  It finally seems to be warming up.  In March, we hosted “Cocktails & Conversation” networking as well as a dog adoption drive. We also started helping SoHo to […]

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Planning Art Strut: SoHo’s {Largest Ever} Community Arts Event!

After planning the Fitness Expo in December and January, I was on a mission to create a large-scale community arts event, Art Strut. Over the past 3 months, I have: Created a comprehensive website, ArtStrut.com, which includes a database of all art galleries, studio artists, and street artists working and living in the neighborhood.  ArtStrut.com […]

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Le Pescadeux is Closed, Black Tap is Open

Le Pescadeux located at 90 Thompson Street, was known for their “fish two ways” and for $28 you could choose two from: Pan Roasted Wild SALMON, Horseradish Cream Pan Seared Wild STRIPED BASS, Golden Beet Vinaigrette Line Caught RED SNAPPER, Saffron Sweet Corn Purée Grilled Jumbo SHRIMP, Chorizo Pepperade Porcini Crusted Baked COD, Lima Bean Purée […]

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Adventures In SPLaT: Discovering Distilleries

Hosting events in SoHo have a few key ingredients:  SPLaT:  Space, People, Liquor, and Theme. I look at the liquor part somewhat of a chase:  there are so many suppliers, all trying to gain market share…so my goal is to meet as many as possible. It also helped when my friends over at Grand-Army, a creative agency, expressed […]

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Spring Awakening Event

While it might be snowing outside – the spring equinox will hopefully bring warmer weather! Today, while its not directly in SoHo, I hosted the first of many events in my residential listings. It was a “Spring Awakening” event where we had succulents and mimosa’s with other residents.  Two weeks before the event, I left […]

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Touring 150 Spring Street Penthouse Duplex

I was fortunate enough to run into a property manager for SITT Asset Management, who owns several buildings on Spring Street, Broadway, and Prince Street. I got a tour of their duplex loft at 150 Spring Street – which was being used as a residence since approximately the 1980’s.  Peaking behind the water tower you […]

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One for One – Every SoHo Business Should Get A Flag!

Having SoHo pride means appreciating all the facets of what makes this neighborhood thrive.  I have been hearing from many local businesses their landlords don’t allow them to place a flag outside of their store! I think the Community Board, SoHo Broadway BID and local organizations should all come together and all landlords should be […]

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Prince Between Sullivan And Macdougal Is Looking Glum!

I received a tip from a reader (Thanks Kirsty!) that both Aliotta’s Pizza and J.N. Natural Fruits are closed: While I rarely stopped into Aliotta’s, J.N. Natural Fruits was my one stop shop for Tate’s cookies and ice cream (they have by far the best freezers in the area). J.N. Natural Fruits always had “that […]

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