NEW YORK, NY - Kristina Kaplan Wallison of Stribling & Associates was featured in the recent New York Times article, “The Private-School Sales Bump on the Upper East Side.” The story discusses the increase in demand for housing in the prestigious neighborhood around the time that private school acceptance letters are sent out. Kristina Kaplan Wallison shares, “People are much more willing to commute for work than they are to their children’s school.” News of the market bump on the Upper East Side was also featured in The Real Deal and Curbed.
Carnegie Park is being converted to condos from rentals and will offer many large units, along with a children’s play area. Pablo Enriquez for The New York Times
About Stribling & Associates
With three offices in Manhattan and a newly-opened office in Downtown Brooklyn on Atlantic Avenue, Stribling continues to be a formidable sales force with more than 250 agents representing over $500,000,000 in exclusive listings comprised of resale, new development and rental units in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
In addition, the new development arm of the firm, Stribling Marketing Associates, has a full roster of upcoming development projects throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.