Henry M Orenstein

Licensed Associate RE Broker

Direct: (646)-596-3005

Corcoran Office: West Side 
888 Seventh Avenue, 39th Floor
New York, NY 10106
Office: (212) 875-2854

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January 28, 2020

Today marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz in Poland by the Soviet army.  An estimated one million people were killed in n the gas chambers at Auschwitz, the vast majority of whom were Jews. To put that number in perspective, there are approximate...

January 27, 2020

 (photo courtesy of the New York Times)

Besides being just 15-20 minutes by subway to midtown Manhattan, and boasting one of the nation's oldest garden communities in Sunnyside Gardens, this neighborhood boasts a wonderful array of ethnic restaurants and quaint cafe's....

January 25, 2020

Today's Blogpost is the beginning of the Lunar or Chinese New Year.  As NYC's Asian population has grown, so has the many options for learning about and celebrating the Lunar New Year, which this years lasts 15 from January 25th until February 8th.  According to the Ch...

January 24, 2020

Today is singer Neil Diamond’s 79th birthday.  Diamond was born and raised in Brooklyn and the neighborhood he hails from is Flatbush.  The son of a shop keeper, he attended Erasmus Hall High School, which also gave us Barbra Streisand, Beverly Sills, Eli Wallach, auth...

April 23, 2019

This large studio with a separate kitchen at 501 West 123rd Street is the Morningside Heights Neighborhood - essentially midway between the main Columbia University Campus and the new Manhattanville campus which edges northward from 125th Street & Broadway!


March 2, 2019

 Women gained the right to vote in New York in 1917

These 26 women all lived and worked in NYC!  Match the woman with their accomplishment:  CONTEST: Win a free walking tour of the neighborhood of your choice for the first person who sends me 100% correct answ...

February 11, 2019

Living in Harlem's  Hamilton Heights and Sugar Hill:   Magnificent architecture and fascinating history abound, along with street art, good food and easy access to midtown. From Columbus Circle - 59th Street, it's just two express stops on the A  or D train to 145th St...

January 17, 2019

Pleased to introduce my newest home for sale, together with my esteemed colleague Tamara Marotta: 21 West 121st Street, a gorgeous four-family 21 foot-wide townhouse in the heart of Harlem and the magnificent Mount Morris Park Historic District.  Replete with period de...

October 3, 2018

Bushwick, Brooklyn - Photos from my September 29th walking tour - filled with street art, and interesting places to shop, eat and drink.  Along Bushwick avenue you will find mansions and clapboard houses from the 19th century and churches that harken back to the era wh...

September 25, 2018

There's a special temporary exhibit at Grand Central Terminal's Vanderbilt Hall commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court upholding NYC's landmarks law. Thanks in part to this monumental decision, our city has well over 100 protected historic districts an...

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