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Matterport: What Is It?

Matterport: What Is It?

While nothing beats visiting an in-person visit to a potential home to truly assess its special details and ambiance, with the Matterport 3D media platform, Dixon Leasing delivers an immersive experience for viewing its homes online. A real time-saver for potential tenants that live in the New York-New Jersey area, the technology is indispensable for those relocating from either domestic or international locations.

Where to Watch College Football in NYC

Where to Watch College Football in NYC

With Labor Day behind us, it's time to embrace the college football season. One of the great things about living in the New York metropolitan area is that you're sure to find dozens, or even thousands, of fellow New Yorkers who share your favorite college team allegiances — even if you went to school on the other side of the country.

Historic Spotlight: 109 Sussex Street

Historic Spotlight: 109 Sussex Street

On a quiet block of Sussex Street in the heart of the Paulus Hook Historic District, you'll find a lively mix of handsome buildings from multiple eras. At one end, the grand Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, built in 1870, harkens back to the area's early past while at the other, views of the modern glass business and apartment towers of the Jersey City waterfront look toward the future.

In between, you'll find a row of attractive Greek Revival brownstones, including our subject property at No. 109.

The Renovation: Fifth Avenue—History Meets 21st Century in a Harlem Showplace

The Renovation: Fifth Avenue—History Meets 21st Century in a Harlem Showplace

The Dixon team creates a tour de force fit for the modern era by updating a stately 19th century corner brownstone with enviable new amenity spaces and a luxurious transitional design scheme.

How to Become a Qualified Tenant

How to Become a Qualified Tenant

Few things move as fast as New York City real estate, so when you find a home you love, it's imperative that you're ready to pounce. Before you even start scanning listings, take a few minutes to get your finances and documentation in order. It could mean the difference between "home sweet home" and "the one that got away."