City Realty

June 21, 2017

Spanning Upper Manhattan from the Hudson River to the Harlem River, 125th Street is home to buildings with rich history like the notable Apollo Theater, and also to new developments including a massive, 200,000-square-foot commercial building that will soon host a Whole Foods and other chain retailers. Within proximity of the evolving streetscape, newly constructed or redeveloped rental buildings have opened too, like 6 West 126th Street and 92 Morningside.

The latest to open, called Harlem 125, sits directly on the thoroughfare at 69 East 125th Street and launched leasing in May; within one month, it was 25% leased. Various layouts are still available and as added appeal, listings offer 1 month free on leases for all units, which are priced from $1,994/month.

Palo Alto Weekly

June 19, 2017

The long-awaited College Terrace Market, which offers products from local food manufacturers and farmers, opened in Palo Alto on Wednesday.

Co-owner Chris Iversen said that although Wednesday was a soft opening, based on word of mouth, the day far-surpassed expectations.

College Terrace Market’s mantra is “Whole Foods quality with Trader Joe’s prices,” according to Iversen.