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Uptown Open House spotlights Washington Heights this Sunday

After a hugely successful first day, part-two of REBNY’s 2016 Uptown Open House Expo takes place this Sunday (April 17)  in Washington Heights & Inwood .

The free event gives New York City house hunters a convenient way to view, through a self-guided tour, dozens of the hottest, exclusive uptown Manhattan co-op, condo, and townhouse listings on the market.

Gabrielle Everett of Douglas Elliman (left) alongside DeAnna Rieber of Halstead Property, LLC, and Joe Barbaccia of REBNY at last weekends Uptown Expo.

Hosted by the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), its Upper Manhattan Committee, and Experience Harlem, the event will kick off with a Meet & Greet information session, sponsored by First Republic Bank, where attendees will receive a neighborhood guide with details on the listings, free breakfast and consult with REBNY’s expert residential brokers on the home buying process.

They will also hear from community leaders and real estate industry experts before viewing the open houses.

Speakers will include:

  • Martin Collins, Co-founder of the Uptown Arts Stroll and Assistant Manager, Veterans Business at Washington Heights and Inwood Development Corporation
  • Zachary Kussin, real estate/travel reporter for the New York Post.
  • Angela Hancock, Founder of Experience Harlem
  • Brian Phillips, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, co-Chair of REBNY’s Upper Manhattan Committee
  • Charlie Lewis, Warburg Realty, co-Chair of REBNY’s Upper Manhattan Committee.

WHEN:    Sunday, April 17, 2016

Meet & Greet, sponsored by First Republic Bank: 10:00 AM

Open houses: 12:005:00 PM

WHERE:         Meet & Greet location: Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Education Center, 3940 Broadway, at West 165th Street.

– Curtis Archer of the Harlem Community Development Corporation talking about some of the new and exciting things coming to Harlem and Upper Manhattan in the near future.
New York Historical Tours' Kevin Draper explaining some of the rich history behind the Harlem area, including a brief but gripping summary of the life of Alexander Hamilton.

Gabrielle Everett of Douglas Elliman (left) alongside DeAnna Rieber of Halstead Property, LLC, and Joe Barbaccia of REBNY.
Some of the event’s attendees enjoying a complimentary breakfast offered by Row House.
The event’s speakers, Curtis Archer of the Harlem Community Development Corporation, Kevin Draper of New York Historical Tours, Angie Hancock of Experience, Brian Philips of Douglas Elliman, and Charlie Lewis of Warburg Realty.
Leesa Grant, Halstead Property; Rob Pair, Harlem Lofts; DeAnna Rieber, Halstead Property, LLC; Brian Philips, Douglas Elliman; Curtis Lewis, Warburg Realty; Tasha Trice, Halstead Property; Curtis Archer, Harlem Community Development Corporation; Angie Hancock, Experience Harlem; Jeanne Oliver-Taylor, REBNY; Bruce Robertson, Corcoran; Gabrielle Everett, Douglas Elliman; Peter Edwards, Citibank; Joe Barbaccia, REBNY; Jamarr Lewis, Citibank, Kevin Draper, New York Historical Tours
– Peter Edwards (left) and Jamarr Lewis of Citibank alongside raffle winners Ligia (Vanessa) Chapeton (left) of Halstead Property and Miryam Tesfaegzi of Keller Williams.
REBNY’s Jeanne Oliver Taylor thanking members of the Upper Manhattan Committee for making the Harlem Expo possible.
Angie Hancock of Experience Harlem walks attendees through how to use Experience Harlem’s website to find detailed information on the properties being shown throughout the afternoon.
Peter Edwards, left, and Jamarr Lewis, both from the event’s sponsor, Citibank, explain how prospective homeowners can get the most out of Citibank’s many services.
Warburg Realty’s Charlie Lewis, co-Chair of REBNY’s Upper Manhattan Committee, tells attendees how to find the event’s several listings.
– Jeanne Oliver-Taylor (REBNY) introducing attendees to the open house expo.

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