April 2017

Found 21 blog entries for April 2017.

At a recent press conference, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that riders of the Staten Island Ferry will be able to board from the lower level at both the St. George and Whitehall terminals. After 13-years, lower-level boarding will resume at the beginning of September, from 7 AM to 9 AM, weekdays, at the St. George Ferry Terminal, and all day at Manhattan's Whitehall Ferry Terminal.

The reasoning to bring back lower level boarding is to improve service and increase Ferry rider's comfort by reducing congestion. By opening up the first level boarding, it will cost $2 million to implement.

The Staten Island Ferry conducts 23 million trips each year and carries nearly 70,000 passengers daily.  A 2013 study from the city's Economic Development

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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 754 Klondike Ave, Staten Island, NY 10314

Saturday,  April 29th, 2017 from 12pm-3pm

Directions: Travis Avenue to Steinway Avenue to Klondike Avenue

A must see this immaculate one family home located in the quiet neighborhood of Heartland Village. This home features 4 bedrooms, the master is a suite with a private bathroom, 3 other bathrooms, enormous eat in kitchen with beautiful cabinets and granite counter-tops, large eat in area, separate living room, separate dining room. Heated floors through out and a gorgeous yard. All this located very close to schools, transportation and shopping! Do not miss on this one!

For more information on this open house or this home please contact Irena

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By JoJo Spatafora

As many people do not realize, the monthly rent prices today are higher than in the past. Tenants are paying anywhere from $1,100 to $2,500 dollars a month in rent alone on Staten Island, all depending on how many bedrooms the apartment is. Now add in your utilities and you are paying far more than a monthly mortgage would be when owning a home, condo, or co-op.

Yes, as there are the advantages of not having to pay property taxes and having low maintenance when you are renting, there are also many disadvantages.

Unless you’re part of a rent-to-own agreement, every dollar you pay in rent is gone forever. No matter how long you remain in your rental unit, you can’t build equity in the property under a standard lease

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PRICE REDUCTION!

101 Spratt Avenue is a Two Family Detached HiRanch for sale in Bay Terrace. This home has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms with hardwood flooring under carpet in living room and dining room and throughout the rest of the house, new replacement windows throughout and a recently updated kitchen!

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!

119 St Pauls Avenue is a Two Family Detached Victorian for sale in St. George. This home has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This 4-story huge house boasts over 3500 square feet of living space with multiple income development opportunities.

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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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 101 Spratt Ave,  Staten Island, NY 10306

Saturday,  April 22nd, 2017 from 1pm-3pm

Directions: Hylan Blvd to Spratt Ave

A must see this immaculate two family home located in the quiet neighborhood of Bay Terrace. This home features a 2 bedroom rental located on the first floor, hardwood flooring under carpet in living room and dining room and throughout the rest of the house, new replacement windows throughout. Recently updated kitchen, family room and garage with parking for 3 cars. Close to train, buses and shopping. Come and see it for yourself!

For more information on this open house or this home please contact Jeannine Maniscalco 917-613-6610

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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 33 Cambridge Ave, Staten Island, NY 10314

Saturday April 22nd & Sunday April 23rd   2017 from 12pm-2pm

Directions: Watchogue Road to Cambridge Ave

Don't miss the opportunity to see this large 2 family house located in Westerleigh. This house features a kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and skylight. A  Large living room/dining room combo with crown molding, recessed lighting and two large bowed Pella windows making it bright & airy. Hardwood floors throughout on the main level,  sliding glass doors to private backyard with pavers, heated inground pool, gas line for BBQ grill.  Apartment entrance on the side with 1 bedroom. Perfect location.Close to 278 & 440. Come and

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Come join us this weekend  for an Open House at 3968 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10308

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 from 12pm-3pm

Directions: Hylan Blvd and Nelson Ave

A must see beautiful custom 1 family, 3  bedrooms all brick colonial one family house located in the heart of Great Kills. This home features hardwood floors throughout, large balcony, stainless steel appliances, custom kitchen with washer and dryer. Also, features 2 heating units and up to 5 cars parking. Home is  Minutes to bus stop to Brooklyn and Manhattan and shopping Don't miss on this!

For more information on this open house or this home please contact Connie Koo 631-605-0621 or Peter Mazzola 646-226-6718

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Tottenville's Conference House Park Pavilion has a $3.7 million dollar renovations in the works, which has had a late delay in starting. The project should be moving forward in construction after the Parks Department finally issued invitations to construction bids.

Located at the end of Hylan Boulevard, the project is to rebuild an existing pavilion at the waterfront. The pavilion has been closed several times and was due to begin construction for a couple of years now.

The Conference House original pavilion was built in 1935. Over the years, the pavilion fell into disrepair and needed replacement. The city rebuilt the pavilion as part of a $14 million park revamp in 2002. By 2011, it was closed to the public after weather damage to the roof and

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