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Spring 2019 Special Properties Lifestyle Magazine Celebrates the City of Summit and the Worlds of Travel, Jewelry and Real Estate

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Ridgewood NJ, Special Properties Real Estate Services, LLC, an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate and the fastest growing real estate brokerage in northern New Jersey, announced that the 2019 Spring Issue of Special Properties Lifestyle Magazine will be arriving in subscriber mailboxes this week. The latest issue of the magazine, a partnership between the brokerage and North Jersey Media Group, celebrates the imminent opening of Special Properties’ new Summit, NJ office.

“The latest issue of our magazine brings together captivating stories from the worlds of travel, jewelry and real estate and a particular focus on Summit, NJ and Special Properties’ new office in this Union County enclave,” said Ilija Pavlovic, President and CEO of Special Properties Real Estate Services. “We are pleased to continue to bring our readers the latest in lifestyle and real estate stories, in partnership with North Jersey Media Group, the region’s leading media organization. The magazine reinforces the power of the Special Properties and Christie’s brands and the advantages they bring to those looking to buy or sell a home.”

This new issue’s cover story prominently features the City of Summit, NJ, also the location of the newest Special Properties office. The feature story, which includes an interview with Summit Mayor Nora Radest, details the bustling community in Union County considered by some to be one of the most desirable in the state. The city, continually growing in population and residential investment, has what the Mayor refers to as “The Trifecta” – a quick, 40-minute commute to New York City; great public and private schools; and a vibrant downtown district. The city is also in the midst of an ambitious, multi-year redevelopment project, including a residential, commercial, office and entertainment project adjacent to downtown, as well as open space for community gatherings and events. In terms of real estate, the market is robust with residential options of all sizes and price ranges.

Other local stories include a question and answer feature with Unity Bank Chairman David Dallas and an investigation into the changing real estate market on the “Gold Coast” of Hudson County.  From a worldwide perspective, the issue also includes the latest news from Christie’s Auction House and beyond, including the sale of the Pink Legacy diamond in November of 2018, the inspiration of Swiss watch-makers Ulysse Nardin, and a detailed look at contemporary cruises on the historic Queen Mary 2.

As with each issue, the magazine features property listings from Special Properties collection of homes, as well as select listings from across the country and around the world available through Christie’s International Real Estate Affiliate Network. Special Properties Lifestyle Magazine represents part of the value-added service that Special Properties is bringing to the regional marketplace as it continues to grow and reach out to more areas of northern New Jersey.

About Special Properties Real Estate Services 
Special Properties Real Estate Services, LLC embraces the history and traditions of its flagship brokerage location in Saddle River, NJ, into an expanded, modern presence in Mahwah, Franklin Lakes/Wyckoff, Ridgewood, Ho-Ho-Kus, Hoboken, Allendale/Ramsey, Montclair and Summit, NJ. With a staff of accomplished real estate agents and brokers, its clients across northern New Jersey and southern New York are provided with customized, personalized services, backed by the luxury real estate brand of Christie’s International Real Estate. Special Properties provides local expertise with global connections. For more information, call 201-345-7780 or visit www.specialpropertiesres.com.

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  1. Zero books in bookcase. I’m glad I don’t know the owners.

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