Homeowners of many houses in Manhattan and Brooklyn get that vibe. It is among the reasons many people are drawn to New york city.East River Partners brings this principle to an entire new level. Jody Kriss and East River Partners focus on refurbishing historic structures and turning them into modern, advanced apartment or condos. Anybody who has ever walked around New York City has most likely strolled previous lots of stone-step settings that lead up to someone's home. Those who have not been in New York City probably have actually seen those sort of steps on TV. It's a traditional initial shot in programs set in the city.
East River Partners doesn't change any of that. From the outdoors, ERP homes look like they have not changed in 100 years, and in most cases they haven't. Kriss, the co-founder of East River partners, said in an interview with The New York Times that the structures ERP purchases are at least 100 years old. These homes, particularly those in Brooklyn, like like old-fashioned urban brownstones from the exterior. Inside, however, it's all 21st century, with possibly an old fireplace or initial stained glass providing a sense of the building's history. These apartments use a lot of area and light with high ceilings, modern-day appliances, pleasant views as well as a private garden in one system. Check out more about Jody Kriss in his website About Jody Kriss or get updates from his twitter and Linkedin accounts.[list][*]https://twitter.com/jodykriss[*]https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodykriss[*][/list]