Noble Black is one of Manhattan's premier brokers with almost $1 Billion in sales to his name. Perhaps most notably, he is acclaimed for selling Manhattan's most expensive co-op - a $54 million penthouse duplex at 785 Fifth Avenue. As one of New York City's top 10 agents - a title he's held for many years he is ranked 8th in New York City and 44th in the nation by the Wall Street Journal.Learn more
Sprinkled with distinctive brunch spots, stimulating art galleries, and unique boutiques, Chelsea is the vibrant epitome of New York's cultural tapestry.
Trendy neighborhood known for its upscale restaurants and stunning views of the Hudson River, Freedom Tower, and the Statue of Liberty.
Where a Bohemian ambiance meets a luxurious lifestyle; the West Village attracts accomplished artists and wealthy free spirits from around the world.
Nestled below the slice of heaven that is Central Park, the neighborhood of Central Park South is one of the most coveted 15-square blocks in all of Manhattan.
This cultured residential neighborhood is packed with landmark restaurants and brims with lovely families.
Columbus Circle is a wealthy community propagated by its surroundings, which include nearby Central Park, bustling Time Warner Center, and the Upper West Side.
Known for its high-end shopping, distinguished hotels and close proximity to Central Park, 5th Avenue attracts some of Manhattan’s wealthiest residents.
Midtown West, a luxurious neighborhood at the midsection of the Manhattan Island, is one of the most vibrant and lively neighborhoods in New York City.
One57 is not only the tallest residential building in town—it’s home to the most expensive dwellings in the city.
The next up-and-coming neighborhood in Manhattan, Hell’s Kitchen is rebranding its image to reflect its new price tag.
Brunch is a Sunday tradition in Manhattan, but what about the luxury brunch?Read More
This isn’t one of those to-do lists full of chores and obligations. This to-do list is all about the fun, food, and frol...Read More