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BROWN HARRIS STEVENS DEVELOPMENT MARKETING ASSUMES SALES AT THE DILLON

NEW YORK, NY - April 3, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing today announced that they have been selected as the new exclusive sales and marketing agent for The Dillon Townhouses and Condominiums, a premier condominium ...

THE GATEWAY TOWER, CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT ON FDB’S GOLD COAST, IS NOW OVER 90 PERCENT...

NEW YORK, NY - April 3, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that over 90% of the units have been sold at The Gateway Tower, a luxury high-rise condominium located on Fredrick Douglass Boulevard’s “Gold...

NOW 90% SOLD, TWO UNITS REMAIN AT PARKSIDE FLATS

NEW YORK, NY - March 12, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing announced today that Parkside Flats, a new residential development located at 362 St. Nicholas Avenue in Central Harlem, has two remaining units available.

HARLEM DEVELOPMENT 88 MORNINGSIDE REACHES 90% SOLD

New York, NY - March 6, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that 90% of the units are sold at 88 Morningside, a premier residential development in Harlem. Located on the corner of Morningside Avenue and We...

88 MORNINGSIDE, PREMIER HARLEM DEVELOPMENT, IS NOW 80% SOLD

New York, NY - January 5, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that 80% of the units are now under contract at 88 Morningside, the fastest-selling new residential development in Harlem.

HARLEM SOL 121 AND 123 REACH 50% SOLD

NEW YORK, NY - October 3, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that Harlem Sol 121 and 123, a new two-building condominium development in Harlem, are both 50% sold. Harlem Sol is a combination of two adjace...

HARLEM SOL, DYNAMIC NEW CONDO DEVELOPMENT, HOSTS MIXED ARTS EVENT: B-SOL, “BRILLIANT STYLES OF...

NEW YORK, NY - September 19, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- The developers and sales team of Harlem Sol, a dynamic new condominium duo in Harlem, and Old Soulz Entertainment, a firm that produces works from a wide range of art forms, have partnered to host Brilliant Styles of Living (B-SOL), a special event taking place which will incorporate art, music, dining and design

HARLEM CONDO DEVELOPMENT, PS90, ANNOUNCES 80% OF UNITS ARE CLOSED OR UNDER CONTRACT

NEW YORK, NY - July 25, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing and West 147th Street Associates LLC, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners, Inc., today announced that 80% of the units are closed or under contract at PS90, a premier residential development in Harlem.

Halstead Property Development Marketing Tapped To Lead Sales At 109 Gold Street In Brooklyn

NEW YORK, NY - July 25, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Halstead Property Development Marketing today announced that it has been named the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 109 Gold Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

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Groundbreaking Ceremony Marks Start of Construction on $1 Billion Alameda Mixed-Use...

The City of Alameda and its private partner, Alameda Point Partners, LLC, today celebrated the groundbreaking of the first phase of the $1 billion mixed-use, transit-oriented waterfront development at the gateway to Alameda Point, called Site A. The 68-acre Site A development is located on the site of the former Naval Air Station Alameda, which closed over 20 years ago. Alameda Point Partners (APP) is a joint venture led by Managing Partner Trammell Crow Residential (TCR)

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

What Realtors Should Look for in a Septic System

When a realtor lists a home, or goes to preview a house with a client, it is important to understand the telltale signs of trouble with certain systems of the home, including potential major mechanical and structural issues: this certainly includes potential septic problems. Septic systems that are functioning well will show no signs to worry about. However, a poorly functioning septic system will show some definitive signs of concern that realtors should be aware of. When a septic system starts to show signs of trouble, it is usually evident after the basic septic tank is full, but in some homes septic problems can be hidden until the system is at capacity. This is especially true if the system was just recently pumped. The good news, is there are several telltale signs the system is at risk of failing even if the system was recently pumped. Warning Signs In a system that is failing or is overburdened, there is usually a scent of septic gasses that can permeate the home. This also may be more noticeable outside the home if the tank or leach field is far removed from the home. Realtors should always ask homeowners where the field is located and be sure to go out and assess the soil around the tank. Septic systems that are beginning to go faulty will usually have very soft and saturated soil in the yard area where the septic tank and leach field are located. While the heavy rain season can make this more difficult to observe, soggy soil with a septic smell is usually more indicative of a problem. Testing The good news is that any system can be readily tested for functionality to ensure it is running up to par. Over time leach fields and systems do fail and this can be a cause of great concern. That is usually the time when a new leach field and septic tank system must be installed. Depending on soil and land area the failed system may lead to the need for an engineered septic system installation. If there is any concern that the system may be failing or is need of work, realtors should always be forthcoming to both the seller and potential buyers. Getting a professional to assess the situation should occur if there are any telltale signs such as: suspicious septic odor, septic back up, slow drainage, or a soggy leach field. When questions arise regarding a septic systems condition, it is suggested that tests be run on the system to see how well it’s working. Through the use of some testing tools like a hydrostatic pressure gauge, septic professionals can have a better understanding how well the system is working. If there is a need to do any work on the system, realtors need to be sure to recommend professionals to their clients that are trustworthy and competent. Realtors who are looking for a good company to recommend for septic work should offer at least 3 to 4 companies in the septic business that are well rated for professionalism and have a good reputation for quality work.