How Condo and Co-op Communities Take Advantage of Outdoor Environs

Most people don’t usually think of New York City for its ample greenery. Crowds, traffic, and tall buildings–there’s a reason why it’s usually referred to as a “concrete jungle”. While the Big Apple has its lovely parks, including the most famous one Central Park, there are actually myriad lovely outdoor spaces throughout the boroughs waiting to be frequented by denizens young and old.  In fact, proximity to open spaces that provide a glimpse of nature and the tranquility that comes with it is a premium often sought after by prospective real estate buyers. Last April,, the New York Post ran a piece entitled “NYC families are bringing the suburbs to the city,” that spotlights residential properties from Manhattan’s Upper East Side to Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill that feature lush outdoor space as an amenity, while lawns and trees are in vogue.    Read the article……………


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