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Brooklyn Living FALL 2011 A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT TO THE NEW YORK OBSERVER RA RA RALLY! FOOD TRUCK FANATICS THE SHOW MUST GO ON: AT ST. ANN’S BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE BOOM! + + BEAUTIFUL BROOKLYN BrooklYN HeiGHTs Jill Seligson Braver Helen Van Rhyn palaise Versaille prisTiNe ClassiC BroWNsToNe GorGeoUs BroWNsToNe Nancy Giddins Grace Court. Excl. Entertain in Epic Grandure. Rarely do properties of the scale and detailing come to the market, rarer still near the Manhattan Harbor
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WEB# 1123781.Andrew VanDusen 718-399-4117 CoUNTrY iN THe CiTY Prospect Lefferts. Excl. Move right in to this 3story townhouse with incredible details. Privatedriveway with 3 car garage. 4BR, renov kitchenand baths. Great front porch. Near ProspectPark and transit. $775K. WEB# 1222576.Bill Sheppard 718-858-4632 palaise Versaille Grace Court. Excl. Entertain in EpicGrandure. Rarely do properties of the scaleand detailing come to the market, rarerstill near the Manhattan Harbor overlook.$5.95M. WEB# 1006035.Brian Lehner 718-858-5423 BesT oF BrooklYN HeiGHTs Brooklyn Heights. Excl. Corner apartmentprewar, elegant foyer, sun-lled large Livingrm and dining area. Wbfp, detailed moldings,eat-in kitchen, 3BR, 2 bath, den. Commongarden, W/D. $1.695M. WEB# 1529806.Phyllis Norton-Towers 718-858-5739 BrooklYN HeiGHTs We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. 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We encourage and support an affirmative advertising andmarketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national srcin. new    york    city     the   hamptons   palm   beach  4 T here’s no question: Brooklyn hastransormed rom a borough o blacklisted neighborhoods to thenew black o real estate. Whetheryou’re the ultimate power coupleworking to hide rom midtown orthe ex-village artist looking to rub elbows with theOlsens, chances are you’re doing it in Brooklyn.“Brooklyn is no longer a back-up plan,” saysDirector o Sales at Halstead Brooklyn, TrishMartin. “It’s an absolute destination.” Frank Per-cesepe, Regional Senior Vice President o Brook-lyn or The Corcoran Group eagerly agrees. “I’llstart by saying that GQ magazine was 100% cor-rect in naming Brooklyn the Coolest City in theUnited States. 10 years ago, Brooklyn was thealternative to higher Manhattan prices. TodayBrooklyn is THE CHOICE. People want to come toBrooklyn or its thriving arts scene, its Michelinstar restaurants and its incredible inventory o period townhouses.” With roughly 10,000 peopleper square mile—and an ever-increasing infux o college grads and growing amilies settling in—it seems everyone is heading or the same tar-get. In act, “Brooklyn is the ourth largest city inthe United States—and it’s not even a city,” add-ed Peggy Aguayo, principal broker and owner o Brooklyn real estate agency Aguayo & Huebener.Many have their theses as to the source o thispull. Ms. Martin thinks, “people are coming tosettle, looking to purchase or long term homesas opposed to short term purchases,” explainsMs. Martin. Senior Vice President o Brown Har-ris Stevens, Libby Ryan, seems to agree and notesthe inherent fip side to this scenario. “Theseneighborhoods are so nice to live in. 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