Monthly Archives: May 2010

Seemingly never ending stream of fun events in NYC- especially live music

Tweet Once upon a time,pre real estate,pre techie geekiness,I had aspirations of being a professional musician.My background is as a classically trained pianist and clarinettist.I even went to that famous school that had a show about it,and two movies since. I still ADORE music and the arts overall-not just my “native” classical music. So,its Thursday,and…

Friends always assume I eat out a lot in NYC (which I do)

Tweet But sometimes a quick home cooked meal is where its at-and I love to cook (and especially bake…..) Today was another super busy real estate day,so much so I apparently forgot to eat lunch ! Showings, meetings, showings, seminars.,discussions …. I debated kicking off the Belgian shoes and heading to yoga-but knew that would…

Midtown Manhattan- skyscrapers and greenery-fab view of Chrysler building and Bryant Park from #140conf meetup at Met Life Building

Tweet Take two ! I forgot to attach the photos last night ! There were in fact gorgeous sweeping views from the 23rd floor- a wonderful evening of discussion ,debate and learning. Enjoyed networking before and after- and look forward to continuing to connect, converse and engage ! Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from…

Midtown Manhattan – skyscrapers AND greenery-fab view of Chrysler Bldg and Bryant Park #140conf

Tweet Gorgeous views from MetLife building on 6th avenue in midtown before the #140conf meetup in NYC looking forward to a great evening and more networking after ! Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry® Posted via email from Nicole Beauchamp Team, Your NYC Real Estate Resource

Memorial day is fast approaching….so what’s your favorite summer activity in NYC ?

Tweet Last night,having a chat with my niece and sister,we started discussing one of our favorite things to do in the summer- we love to,if our schedules allow to take in street fairs and outdoor performances in NYC ! (I LOVE LOVE LOVE the concerts in the park, pick up a quick light dinner at…

Midtown Manhattan “frozen” waiting for Presidential Motorcade to go by…

Tweet OH : anywhere else people would be excited… In NYC we want it over with so we can get home….. Marooned on the street corner we discussed amongst ourselves. Food ,wine, speaking and texting those on the other side of the barriers…. And then he went by ,as we all stood in front of…

Skip Lunch-Fight Hunger-help feed those less fortunate on May 12

Tweet If you’ve seen the ads on TV lately,you probably know what I’m talking about,if you don’t here’s a quick note. Skip Lunch Fight Hunger,a pretty simple concept-started in 2002 by a City Harvest  board member- donate what you’d normally spend on lunch to help fight hunger in New York City. For more information on…

First Fabulous Friday of May in NYC ! How will you make it fun?

Tweet The weather has been wonderful the last few days-as I can see when I go to the Pret or Cosi in midtown and lines are out there door,as people leave their offices and head for the parks at lunchtime ! Almost as hard as trying to get a seat on the 4/5/6 during rush…

Feliz Cinco de Mayo !!!

Tweet Happy Cinco de Mayo ! Over dinner last night,my dear s/o and I were discussing how often many people don’t know the true significance of various holidays,for example Cinco de Mayo.He commented that on a recent business trip someone said it was about Mexican Independence.And he quickly answered,nope,because he knew that Mexican Independence day…

Enjoying day two of #nybbd @coachtomferry in NYC

Tweet Awesome second day- learning and improving skills and networking -so many great skills and people here ,real estate pros from nyc and beyond ! Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry® Posted via email from Nicole Beauchamp Team @ Level Group Your NYC Real Estate Resource