Monday, November 19, 2007

Brown Harris Stevens redefines "top end"

"For over 130 years, Brown Harris Stevens remains the leader in sales, rentals, management, appraisals and corporate relocation services at the top end of the New York residential market."

Times must be lean for BHS if this is what they are now considering to be "top end".

Previously featured under Taking a Grand Crap.


Anonymous said...

I take issue with the article's slant on top end properties with Brown Harris Stevens representation of the Grand crap property featured.

The uniqueness of amenities that this property offers is unprecedented. Imagine the ultimate convenience of selecting among the finest of beers literally next door. On occasion for the enjoyment and amusement of its neighbors, numerous huge bags of vintage beer containers will be displayed on the rooftops. On festive holidays, grand blow-up beer bottles will be installed outside your windows. Edgy hipsters will appreciate the streetscape of can redeemers lining up outside your entrance way. In addition, the views of another cutting edge project across the street is sure to entertain you for years to come.

Anonymous said...

i agree i liv across the street and watch this grand crap gt built this is the biggest piece of crap created looks liek a prison i will say though the beer store has been there since i lived here in teh 70's and they have always been good neighbors to the area wish i could say the same for the owners that built this crap not even 1 strand of green anywhere in sight

Anonymous said...

oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy i want to read about this in outer b

Anonymous said...

Where the hell is this? Maybe someone stole that sign from BHS.