The Egg is a venue like no other. Nestled in the heart of Albany's Empire State Plaza, it's an architectural marvel, and one of the must-see attractions in the New York State Capital. If you're in the area looking for Albany homes for sale, be sure to check out this one-of-a-kind attraction. Once you've visited The Egg - Center for the Performing Arts, you won't find a more spectacular setting for a concert or event.
Our REALTORS® often get asked about the best attractions in Albany, and while there is a lot to choose from, The Egg is always near the top of the list. Not only does its unique design make it an unmistakable focal point of the Albany landscape, but once you're inside one of The Egg's two performance spaces, you'll find a world-class venue with not a single bad seat in the house.
The sweet smell of spring has finally returned to Albany! As the official flower of Albany, it comes as no surprise that our townspeople have been celebrating its delicate beauty for over seventy years. Our REALTORS® look forward to the Albany Tulip Festival and enjoy spending the weekend with our family, friends, and neighbors at the historic Washington Park. If you happen to be in the area looking at quaint Albany homes for sale, we encourage you to join us for a weekend of flowers, food, and fun.
Most of New York's lighthouses stand watch over rugged stretches of the Atlantic coast, but for sailors on their way back and forth from inland ports in the 19th century, the currents of the Hudson River could be equally treacherous. The Rondout Lighthouse has guided ships to safe harbor in the Kingston area for over a century, and our REALTORS® consider it to be one of the city's most treasured historic landmarks.
The Rondout Lighthouse stands watch over the mouth of Rondout Creek on the Hudson River, a major deepwater port during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It's the third lighthouse to mark that particular spot. The first, a wooden lighthouse built in 1837, was severely damaged in a storm and later replaced by a sturdier stone lighthouse in 1867. This second lighthouse was later abandoned and torn down – only its foundation remains today – and replaced by the Rondout Lighthouse in 1915.
Home is where the heart is — a phrase our REALTORS® hold dearly. A home is where your family grows and where the precious moments of everyday life blossom into memories you'll cherish for the rest of your lives. Home truly is where your heart is and we believe that finding your dream home in the perfect neighborhood helps you raise a loving and caring family.
As you search for your next New York home, we encourage you to take a few days to tour some wonderful Clifton Park homes for sale. Slightly south of the Saratoga Springs area, Clifton Park is one of our favorite towns in the Capital Region. Our REALTORS® invite you to come and explore these charming neighborhoods and discover why Clifton Park is a great place to raise your family.