Sep. 11, 2013
Turns out that I am a broken record. In thinking about posting today I was going to start something like “As recently as this past weekend, I thought that this would be the year in which I finally spend a September 11 like a September 10, or any other d
Sep. 11, 2012
Nice and short piece (especially nice, for being so short) in The Broadsheet Daily yesterday, heading a list of events that memorialize September 11, 2001.
May. 2, 2012
The last time I hit the near-Gehry Manhattan loft building 130 Fulton Street, I talked about a stubborn seller (in my August 11, 2011, stubborn seller of 130 Fulton Street loft takes 10% haircut). That July 2011 seller was a piker compared to the seller o
Sep. 10, 2011
As of about a week ago, I thought this year would be different. That I would be able to read stories and look at video and images from ten years ago, and even to (finally) write something about my own experience of That Day (on That Day, and since).
Sep. 25, 2010
If you have not been to Kevin Walsh’s website Forgotten New York, you owe it to yourself to click around there. I came across it (again) in the course of trolling the inter-tubes for some depth and detail for my September 22, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Pr
Sep. 11, 2009
quote of the day
Rudy Giuliani, whom I loathe, read this morning from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whom I revere. Let's just say that Rudy made a nice choice:
“Everybody can be great,&... [Read More]
Sep. 11, 2008
September 11 names
Mar. 6, 2007
Categorized in: On The Market
Sunday’s NY Times Residential Sales featured one of my favorite buildings for price-conscious loft buyers, 176 Broadway. The sale of this 1,600 sq ft coop loft was reported at $1.075mm, 8 wee... [Read More]
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