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Published by rian.feinstein, 2019-12-05 13:21:03

The Julie Gans Chronicle Q4 2019

The Julie Gans Chronicle Q4 2019

The Julie Gans Q4 2019

Chronicle Your exclusive guide
to the Upper West Side

What’s Inside 6 Q3 Market Highlights
7 My Exclusives
2 Introduction 8 Meet your Real Estate Expert
3 Upper West Side Food Picks
4–5 Holiday Bucket List

Dear 110-118 Riverside Community,

Holiday season is upon us . . . time to get your holiday gift shopping done. Head to
the markets and stores early to avoid the holiday rush. Gifts are not the only way
to celebrate. There are many ways to give back this holiday season—volunteer in a
soup kitchen on Thanksgiving or Christmas day which tend to be the busiest days
of the year. Donate to The Salvation Army, UJA. Drop off gifts for children at the
Ronald McDonald house, Contact Chai Lifeline to join their toy drive or find a local
charity to contact them to find out if they have a day of giving. No matter what you
do, helping others is always a fulfilling act of kindness.

I hope you enjoy this issue of things to do during the holidays. Please let me know
if there are any suggestions for topics you would like to see covered in the future.
Looking forward to seeing you at the holiday party.


Julie Gans Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838

UPPER WEST SIDE Winners for the 2020 Michelin Bib Gourmand
NYC awards were just announce. Here are a few
Food Picks restaurants located in the Upper West Side.

Amelie Wine Bar What: Standout wine bar
566 Amsterdam Avenue
Opening (between 87th and 88th Street)
Mon–Thurs | 5PM–11:30PM
Fri | 12PM–11:30PM
Sat–Sun | 11AM–11:30PM
(Restricted menu 3PM–5pm)

Favorite Wines, grass-fed lamb burger
Dishes: and red snapper

This French restaurant and wine bar is sleek with
rose-colored light fixtures, making it an ideal and
popular place for romantic rendezvous.

Jin Ramen What: Japanese restaurant with ramen, pork buns,
and rice bowls

Where: 462 Amsterdam Avenue
(between 82nd and 83rd Street)
Hours: Lunch Mon–Sun | 11:30AM–3:30PM
Dinner Mon–Thurs | 5pm–11PM
Favorite Friday–Sat | 5PM–12AM
Dishes: Sunday | 5PM–10PM

Rice bowls and soba noodles

Jin Ramen specializes in “Hakata Ramen”, which they
describeas having a ‘very pungent smell thanks to a pork
rib broth called tonkotsu’, and recommend consuming with
‘pickled ginger and lots of sesame seeds’. The noodles are
extra thin, firm and white in color.

Atlas Kitchen What: Chinese restaurant
258 West 109th Street
Opening (between Broadway and Amsterdam)
Sun–Sat | 11:30AM–10:00PM

Favorite Pan-fried shrimp in garlic sauce and beef flank
Dishes: in dry wok seasoned in peppers and lotus root
broth with handmade beef wontons

Atlas Kitchen takes diners on a flavor
loaded trip across China on the Upper West Side.

Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838 3

Holiday Bucket List

NYC Winter LuminoCity on
Lantern Festival Dyker Heights Lights Randall’s Island

Over 1,000 lanterns sculpted into Homeowners (and professionals) A brand new massive immersive
amazing figures stretching over eight hang their Christmas lights and lights festival, 12 acres covered with
acres. as well as live cultural shows. decorations. LED art installations.

When: November 20–January 12 When: Weekend after Thanksgiving When: November 23–January 5,
Where: Snug Harbor Cultural Center to New Years Eve. Best time, mid- 4PM–11PM on select days
& Botanical Garden December through New Year’s Eve, Where: Randall’s Island
Cost: $15–$23 dusk–9PM Cost: $28.50
Fun for all ages! Where: 11th to 13th Avenue, from
83rd to 86th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn
lantern-festival-2019 Cost: Free but tours available that last
3.5 hours, $50-55 for adults, Children 12
and under $40-50
Fun for all ages!

4 Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838

NYBG Holiday NYC Ballet: 2019-2020
Train Show The Nutcracker
A night of laughs
with Jerry Seinfeld

Model trains navigate painstakingly There’s no place like New York City Legendary New Yorker and comedian
crafted miniatures of New York City’s during the holidays—and no Jerry Seinfeld has added 16 final
built environment, all made entirely production celebrates the season performances to his Beacon Theatre
out of plant parts. The Statue of like George Balanchine’s The residency—extending the run through
Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and Nutcracker at Lincoln Center. its conclusion in March 2020.
Yankee Stadium are among the
more than 175 landmarks that When: November 29 When: December 13, 9:30PM
form a fantastically rendered city Where: David H. Koch Theater Where: Beacon Theater
landscape built from seeds, bark, Cost: Prices vary Cost: Prices vary
leaves and twigs, serviced by a
robust half-mile of track, all nestled event/3B00554498673185
within the stunning and historic
Enid A. Hupt Conservatory.

When: November 23–January 29
Where: New York Botanical Garden
Cost: Prices vary

Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838 5

Q3 Market Highlights

“New taxes and economic speculation drove
buyers to different price points.“

$1,650,175 152 8%

Average sales price Average days on market Average discount

$968,750 28% 9%

Median price Share of inventory over $3M Share of closings over $3M

$1,368 33% 9%

Average price per SF of properties took more than Share of closings over $3M
180 days to enter contract

6 Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838

My Exclusives

On the Market

150 West End Avenue, 15MN 215 East 96th Street, 26K
4 BD | 3 BA Alcove | 1 BA

300 Albany Street, 6O
Alcove | 1 BA

In Contract

127 West 96th Street, 11A 254 West 82nd Street, 3A
4 BD | 3 BA 4 BD | 3 BA

Recently Closed

110 Riverside Drive, 14F 440 East 79th Street, 17B
4 BD | 3 BA 2 BD | 2 BA

Julie Gans | [email protected] | 917.841.5838 7

Meet your real YOUR HOME. OUR MISSION.
estate expert.
Julie is an experienced real estate broker with a primary
focus on condo and co-op sales, commercial investments,
and investment sales.
Julie provides her clients with exceptional service and an
unmatched effort for both buyers and sellers. She walks her
clients through every step of the transaction, providing them
with recommended mortgage brokers, real estate attorneys,
and other professionals to ensure a successful experience.
Coming from a real estate family, Julie worked her way
up the ranks, from painting halls to managing a major
balcony construction upgrade project. This family
knowledge and experience served her well in the
competitive real estate sector.
Julie currently resides on the Upper West Side with her
husband and three daughters. She enjoys cooking, skiing,
reading, knitting, running half marathons for charity, and
spending quality time with her family.

Julie Gans

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
[email protected]

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