Sales prices for 2012 were up 9% from 2011 at the Broadlawn. The market for cooperatives is recovering, with higher end coops leading the way. This sector of the market was particularly hard-hit by the crash of 2008.
Holiday lights are everywhere in Westchester this time of year - from the spectacular to the gaudy to the very simple. So I'm putting up a very simple display today to show how simple sometimes is better than over-the-top.
Yes - I know its not all that PC to call them Christmas lights, but most of the lights that are out are Christmas lights - so I'm just going to call them what they are! Whatever you call them and no matter what your religion, the lights are always fun for the whole family.
When you shop at a local store almost twice the amount of money recirculates within your local community than in a big-box store. So I say - SHOP LOCAL whenever you can. There is plenty of unique and imaginative retail in the Hudson Valley....Here are just a few of my picks.....
Lower Westchester is not at all far from NYC. I love Manhattan, but face it - it is wicked expensive....for the price of a 750 sf coop you can buy 1200 sf condo in White Plains and still be in midtown within about 30 minutes.