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Ross Ellis

Lic. R.E. Salesperson
Office:(212) 317-7828

Award-Winning Manhattan Real Estate Agent


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New York, New York! It's a dog's city!

Manhattan has always been a place where dogs were abundant. Some co-op buildings have banned dogs. Some new buyers have actually had to have their lovable dogs interviewed by the co-op board. But things seem to be changing for these adorable Manhattan pooches. Luxury buildings in Manhattan have created the ultimate service to take care of people’s dogs. Luxury buildings in New York City have been adding amenities such as fitness centers, roof decks and playrooms, but a growing number of Manhattan real estate developers are adding a new must-have service—and it caters to dogs. Developers are courting dog owners with everything from on-site dog runs, spas and day cares to pet concierges available to arrange for a pooch’s every need and desire. As told to news sources by Jamie Kaufman, the manager of the concierge and amenity program at Rose Associates “More and more of...
Posted to on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 8:55:30 AM

Yorkville Makes A Comeback

For the last few years, the wonderful neighborhood of Yorkville has been an eyesore due to the Second Avenue subway construction. Now it’s making a great comeback! With approximately 78,000 residents, Yorkville is one of Manhattan’s more modest little neighborhoods between 79th and 96th Streets from Third Avenue to the East River, boasting Coops, new condos, high-rise rental complexes and walk-up apartments in former tenements. Buyers and renters find Yorkville homes a great value with many more listings to choose from. While you’ll find more Coops in the area, there are still many condos and great rental buildings. Yorkville’s prices have risen despite the Second Avenue subway construction and planned Marine Transfer station at 91st Street on the East River. Studios range from $320,000 to $549,000; one-bedrooms from $600,000 to $1 million; two-bedrooms from $1.2 to $2 million; three-bedrooms from $2 million to...
Posted to on Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 4:13:54 PM

Noted Events New York City: Feb 11th – March 6th

Two of the biggest events in NYC every February are New York Fashion Week and NYC Restaurant Week. Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week , the world’s biggest event in fashion began last week. And even though NYC is seeing the coldest weather we’ve seen in 20 years, New Yorkers, celebrities and visitors are braved it all to  Alexander Wang’s  show at the pier by the East River where celebs Zoë Kravitz, Natasha Lyonne and swarms of others sat front row to view Wang’s dark, sludgy collection with studs and thick-soled boots. And  Sarah Jessica Parker  best known for a role that celebrated fashion, style, New York, and very expensive shoes premiered her own shoes under the label SJP. Carmen Marc Valvo  whose classic artistry and refinement has the flawless execution of color...
Posted to on Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 4:12:46 PM

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