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Brownstones Vs. Townhouses – What’s the Difference?

Posted by in Blog, Buyers, Other, Real Estate, Renters

We hear the terms a lot, but what’s the difference?  Is there one? A townhouse is defined as multi-story urban house, attached or detached but usually the former, that is built close to the street and scaled similarly to surrounding houses. Technically, a brownstone is distinguished by the reddish-brown colored sandstone of it’s facade. So, a brownstone is just a type of townhouse.

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History of Fordham University

Posted by in Education, Other

Fordham University is a private higher learning institution that counts with over 8,000 undergraduate students and an urban campus in the heart of the Upper West Side. Fordham’s School of Law is amongst the best ranked graduate law programs in the country. Find out more about it’s fascinating history and current practices by reading below.

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A Tribute to Small Business

Posted by in Apparel, Clothing, Community, Food & Drink, Gourmet Groceries, Hardware Stores, Hardware Stores, History, Local Business, Local Services, Locals, Other, Shopping

In an era when chain stores are becoming the norm, supporting small businesses has become more important than ever before. Many independent local stores on the Upper West Side are run by families who have been around for generations. They’re part of the community and what makes this neighborhood so family-friendly. Read below to find out what are some of the oldest small businesses that are still thriving today.

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Upper West Side Police Precincts, Fire Stations, and Post Office Locations

Posted by in Community, Convenience Services, Convenience Services, Local Business, Local Services, Locals, Other

Whether you’re moving to the Upper West Side or are a longtime resident, it’s important to keep a guide of the neighborhood’s emergency response departments. In case you haven’t kept your list updated or are in need of a brand new one, we’ve compiled a short directory to the neighborhood’s police precincts, fire stations, and post offices. Check it out by reading right below.

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