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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 196 Stobe Ave, Staten Island, NY 10306

Sunday July 23rd 2017 from 10am-12pm

Directions: Hylan Blvd to Stobe Ave

Don't miss the opportunity to see this 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom single family, semi-attached colonial home located in Dongan Hills.  Attention Brooklyn commuters!! Near train & buses. A walk to Hylan. Enter into this lovely large living room/Dining room combo with hardwood floors throughout. Lots of light enter with new anderson windows. Eat In Kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Door to yard. Half bath for guests. 2nd floor also features hard wood floors, Full bathroom & 3 bedrooms. 2 bedrooms are master sized.Attic for storage. Full bathroom & 3 bedrooms. 2

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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 3 Macon Ave, Staten Island, NY 10312

Saturday July 22nd 2017 from 1-3pm

Directions: Richmond Ave to Macon Ave

Don't miss the opportunity to see this 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom immaculate single family, detahced ranch home located in Eltingville.  Attention large family or medical/office space!!! Total of 6 private rooms. 3 bedrooms & basement has 3 rooms. Immaculate ranch with beautiful hardwood floors. Large living room, dining room, Eat In kitchen. Full bathroom & 3 nice sized bedrooms.
Full Finished basement with additional rooms & open space with a bathroom & a walk out yard. Used as a large family room. There is an additional private office room, private play room, & two large storage rooms.

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There have been many changes to arise, surrounding the MTA. Since 1965, the MTA has been the number one source of public transit and tolls in New York City. Now with tollbooths becoming a thing of the past, it may also cause some changes in public transportation.

The public transportation might have gotten easier for commuters thanks to the MTA, who is planning to redesign Staten Island’s entire express bus system. This plan will cut travel time down to 40 minutes or less. This new system would only have routes that travel to Lower Manhattan or Midtown to avoid the Downtown and Uptown traffic. The system will also rely on the Staten Island highways instead of traveling on local streets.

There are certain bus stops that are rarely used by

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A $4 million dollar job is in the studies, being conducted by the MTA. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has proposed a light rail from Staten Island to New Jersey. This will be called the West Shore Light Rail.

The West Shore Light Rail was mentioned in a previous time.  The project itself would run 13-miles along Richmond Valley to Elm Park then, in that time, will connect to New Jersey over the Bayonne Bridge.

A light rail, in general, is an electric railway which is able to operate a single to multiple train cars at one time. The system could be located on the ground level, have aerial structures, and even be included on streets. Light rails are normally powered by electric wire over the cart itself.

The West Shore Light

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When you think of Staten Island, many do not jump to the idea of it being an architectural destination. The borough is rich in history and landmarks that include a variety of fascinating buildings with Greek Revival and “haunted” Victorian Mansions, to even an American architect and interior designer Frank Lloyd Wright original.

  1. The Ambassador Arms: We are kicking this list off starting on the North Shore of Staten Island. On 30 Daniel Low Terrace, you will find the classic and charming Art Deco apartment building known as the Ambassador Arms. Built in 1932, designed by architect Lucien Pisciotta, the exterior features a unique design with ornate blue, orange, and gold terra cotta trim. The lobby of this apartment building, which once houses
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PRICE REDUCTION! 8828 19th Avenue is a Two Family Semi-Attached for sale in Bath Beach, Brooklyn. This home has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, with a large back and side yard for this corner property

Learn more about this listing by clicking the link below! If you are interested in this home, give our office a call today! (718) 966-9669 

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PRICE REDUCTION! 19 Borg Court is a One-Family Detached for sale in Port Richmond. This home has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with shiny oak hardwood floors, family room with fireplace, large eat-in custom kitchen with cherrywood cabinets, granite counters & stainless steel appliances, and a full finished walk out basement with side entry.

Learn more about this listing by clicking the link below! If you are interested in this home, give our office a call today! (718) 966-9669

Admire the way we market a listing? Begin the process of marketing your home by finding out your home’s worth: http://www.realestatesiny.com/home-evaluation.php

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The fear of your meter running may be a thing of the past soon! The city announced that drivers can now pay for parking in Brooklyn and Staten Island with their cell phones.

The Department of Transportation (DOT) created this plan to roll our phone payment systems for city parking meters. It began in December of last year, in Midtown, Manhattan, the system first launched. Eventually, it rolled out for the rest of Manhattan and the Bronx. Now, the app, Park NYC, rolled out to Brooklyn and Staten Island in May. It has yet to be launched in Queens. (UPDATE: Now available in Queens as of July 18th, 2017!)

Developed by ParkMobile, the ParkNYC app enables you to use your credit card connected on your phone to pay for your parking meter, without

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