Neighborhoods

Spotlight on the Flatiron District!

The Flatiron District is a neighborhood in New York City, named after the famous Flatiron Building (one of the oldest skyscrapers in Manhattan) at 23rd Street, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue. The Flatiron District boundaries are 20th Street, Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south; the Avenue of the

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Soho! Celebrating Manhattan neighborhoods

South of Houston Street, the unofficial southern border of  Greenwich Village  – shorted to SoHo – and west of Little Italy this bustling neighborhood is a small area with boundaries of Broadway, the Hudson River, Houston and Canal Streets. Residential homes primarily sit in the Cast Iron Historic District, with a mix of some of the finest shopping in New York City!

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Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

Ditmas Park is a neighborhood in western Flatbush in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, east of Kensington – which explains where it is but not the details that make it such a unique place! Ditmas Park is home to one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the United States. Once the home of movie stars and millionaires, the remnants of that time fill the streets of the officially designated Historic District for all residents to enjoy.

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Kensington, Brooklyn

Kensington, Brooklyn is a neighborhood in the center of Brooklyn New York – a diverse, predominantly residential area that consists of housing types that run the gamut from brick row houses to detached one-family Victorians to apartment buildings. Pre-war brick apartment buildings dominate the Ocean Parkway and Coney Island Avenue frontage, including many that operate as co-ops. Commercial streets provide shopping, a fantastic variety of restaurants, a vibrant nightlife scene, and services to the residents.

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Little Italy / Lower Manhattan Real Estate

For information on investments in Lower Manhattan, call Robert DeFalco Realty (NYC Service Office, member of Manhattan MLS) can be reached at one of our conveniently located one-stop centers at 8823 3rd Ave. in Brooklyn at 718-748-7000. 1678 Hylan Boulevard in Staten Island, 718-987-7900 for our Staten Island Office or in New Jersey at 340 Rte 34 Ste. 112 in Colts Neck 732-845-3200. Bi-lingual agents are available.

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The Flatiron District

Named for the triangular 22-story landmark, the Flatiron District also houses the Met Life Tower and its incredible 700-foot marble clock tower. Nearby, on the site of the old Madison Square Garden, is the New York Life Building, built in 1928 and designed by Cass Gilbert, with a square tower topped by a striking gilded pyramid.

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Colts Neck, New Jersey!

Colts Neck traces its roots back to the early 1700’s, when the community was called Scobeyville (now a section of the town). Many people choose to move to Colts Neck due to its open space and proximity to the Jersey Shore, while still being within commuting distance of NYC.

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Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn!

Considered a part of South Brooklyn until 1964, Carroll Gardens takes its name from the deep front gardens through most of the neighborhood, and Revolutionary War veteran (and signer of the Declaration of Independence) Charles Carroll.

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Spotlight on the Flatiron District!

The Flatiron District is a neighborhood in New York City, named after the famous Flatiron Building (one of the oldest skyscrapers in Manhattan) at 23rd Street, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue. The Flatiron District boundaries are 20th Street, Union Square and Greenwich Village to the south; the Avenue of the

Cast_Iron_Grand_Crosby

Soho! Celebrating Manhattan neighborhoods

South of Houston Street, the unofficial southern border of  Greenwich Village  – shorted to SoHo – and west of Little Italy this bustling neighborhood is a small area with boundaries of Broadway, the Hudson River, Houston and Canal Streets. Residential homes primarily sit in the Cast Iron Historic District, with a mix of some of the finest shopping in New York City!

Ditmas-Park-Brooklyn

Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

Ditmas Park is a neighborhood in western Flatbush in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, east of Kensington – which explains where it is but not the details that make it such a unique place! Ditmas Park is home to one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the United States. Once the home of movie stars and millionaires, the remnants of that time fill the streets of the officially designated Historic District for all residents to enjoy.

kensington-station post-office-brooklyn

Kensington, Brooklyn

Kensington, Brooklyn is a neighborhood in the center of Brooklyn New York – a diverse, predominantly residential area that consists of housing types that run the gamut from brick row houses to detached one-family Victorians to apartment buildings. Pre-war brick apartment buildings dominate the Ocean Parkway and Coney Island Avenue frontage, including many that operate as co-ops. Commercial streets provide shopping, a fantastic variety of restaurants, a vibrant nightlife scene, and services to the residents.

little italy sign over tenaments

Little Italy / Lower Manhattan Real Estate

For information on investments in Lower Manhattan, call Robert DeFalco Realty (NYC Service Office, member of Manhattan MLS) can be reached at one of our conveniently located one-stop centers at 8823 3rd Ave. in Brooklyn at 718-748-7000. 1678 Hylan Boulevard in Staten Island, 718-987-7900 for our Staten Island Office or in New Jersey at 340 Rte 34 Ste. 112 in Colts Neck 732-845-3200. Bi-lingual agents are available.

flatiron-building

The Flatiron District

Named for the triangular 22-story landmark, the Flatiron District also houses the Met Life Tower and its incredible 700-foot marble clock tower. Nearby, on the site of the old Madison Square Garden, is the New York Life Building, built in 1928 and designed by Cass Gilbert, with a square tower topped by a striking gilded pyramid.

Colts Neck, New Jersey!

Colts Neck traces its roots back to the early 1700’s, when the community was called Scobeyville (now a section of the town). Many people choose to move to Colts Neck due to its open space and proximity to the Jersey Shore, while still being within commuting distance of NYC.

carroll-gardens-gardens

Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn!

Considered a part of South Brooklyn until 1964, Carroll Gardens takes its name from the deep front gardens through most of the neighborhood, and Revolutionary War veteran (and signer of the Declaration of Independence) Charles Carroll.

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WELCOME TO DUMBO! (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass)

DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Underpass) was originally a ferry landing in a major industrial and manufacturing district. It has since become an upscale residential and shopping community, one of Brooklyn’s most buzz-worthy neighborhoods. From

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