Featured Listing: 450 Main Street, Armonk, NY

 29th February 2016    Jack Grossman

Today, we’re featuring a listing from Eric S. Goldschmidt – of Goldschmidt & Associates – a commercial real estate group based in Scarsdale, NY. The listing, which has two available spaces is located at 450 Main Street, Armonk, New York, a CVS anchored neighborhood strip center. The larger of the two spaces (2,480 SF) is situated directly next to  CVS, the smaller space (1,120 SF) is on the opposite side of the anchor tenant.

Click to view the 2,480 SF listing

Click to view the 2,480 SF listing

450 Main Street is the perfect destination for an aspiring retail business, as over 7,500 people pass by each day. Additionally, the site has on-site parking and is also a short walk from the center of town. Although the closest train station is seven miles from the two listings, I-684 happens to be right down the road, which makes it easy for customers to visit the store.

If you would like to learn more about either listing, you can contact Eric S. Goldschmidt (914-723-1616 ext. 11) or Lisa Daniel (914-723-1616 ext. 20).

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New 12 Hour Twitter Oscar Poll

 28th February 2016    David

bitmoji-20160228074828Here at the QuantumListing Blog, we’ve been having a lot of fun with Twitter’s one question polls. When Twitter first introduced them a few months ago,  it was a very blunt instrument. One question, 24 hours, two choices for the answer. First they increased the number of choices for answers to four, then they made the time frame for the polls broader. You can now run a poll for as little as five minutes or as much as seven days. The polls we’ve run have been on a mix of topics from business and technology to current events, popular culture and travel.

After I woke up this morning, then having let the dogs out and fed them, I decided it was time to run an Oscar poll, given that the awards are being presented tonight. The nominees this year are (in alphabetical order): The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Mad Max – Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, The Room, and Spotlight. I’ve seen six out of the eight so far, and may try to squeeze in a seventh this afternoon. This is an unusally high number for my wife and me. We usually get to see between zero and two! So, here’s our poll, it runs until about 8:30 pm EST today.


You can check out our previous polls HERE, and their results HERE.

David Perlmutter is the author of the QuantumListing Blog and publisher of the QuantumListing App. He is also the owner of Perlmutter Properties Inc. in White Plains, NY.


Growing Pains

 25th February 2016    

Growing PainsWith awards season upon us, you might think that I was going to write about the 1980’s sitcom with Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns, Kirk Cameron, and in its last two seasons, a young Leonardo DiCaprio, who has been nominated for his role in The Revenant. Well, I don’t think I ever watched that show. I was a bachelor in my 20’s living on the Upper East Side. Growing Pains was not on the agenda.

Up until now, the website had a marketing splash page, our blog, and how-to’s and video demos. We’re in the process of rolling out a new version of our website and that’s what’s causing me agita. The new website will ultimately be as useful, I hope, as the app. It does not have all the features yet. However, I thought it was important to have users’ listings visible on a website. As of now, there’s a map that you can zoom to different locations to see the listings, but you can’t search by name yet. That’s part of what I mean by growing pains! Developing QuantumListing the way that we are, with me in New York, and other parts of the team in Bulgaria and India, things don’t always get done as hoped initially. And, seeing the site live but not functioning from the first minutes the way I envisioned takes some getting used to. However, my team is strong and ultimately will deliver a product of which we’re all proud.

I’m not sure it is any better for start ups with tons of angel or seed money, and everyone housed under one roof. I’ve talked lots of other tech entrepreneurs and they all know what I’m talking about, and thankfully they are vocal in their support. Folks like Michael Beckerman from The News Funnel, Linda Harrison from  The Broker List, Uwe Siegert from SpotCRE have all been very supportive at times when things were going a little bit off the rails. I don’t think any entrepreneur sleeps well when their vision is not being implemented the way they want and that particular aspect of the project is out of their immediate control, and hearing others’ war stories sure helps. Believe me there are days when I wish I could do the programming myself. I know just enough about WordPress to be dangerous. I can tweak things here and there, but I can’t do any hardcore coding.

In the meantime, I’ll try to live with the growing pains, and knowing that there is growth on the other end of pain makes it tolerable.

David Perlmutter is the author of the QuantumListing Blog and publisher of the QuantumListing App. He is also the owner of Perlmutter Properties Inc. in White Plains, NY.


Featured Listing: 35 West 26th Street – NOMAD Flatiron District

 23rd February 2016    Jack Grossman

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Today’s featured listing is from 35 West 26th Street, in the heart of the hot, up and coming NOMAD Flatiron District. Located just three blocks from the iconic Flatiron Building, this building sits between  Fairway Market and the Flatiron Hotel. With many new restaurants and boutiques opening up, there is no better time to get into the action.

35 West 26th Street has 2,200 SF available – at the entry floor –  and would be perfect for a business’ centered around fashion, home furnishing, or possibly even a gym or spa. Although restaurants, bakeries, etc. are not desired, there are no further restrictions. Additionally, there are 11 foot ceilings, and a basement with a conveyor belt.

Surrounded by many subway lines, it is an extremely convenient location for traveling employees, or visiting costumers. With a high number of pedestrians passing through the course of the day, there is no better opportunity to open up a retail business.

For more information on this listing, you can reach  Howard Berger at (516) 650-8748 or email him at Hberger@aventana.com.

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ICYMI: Recent Posts from the QuantumListing Blog

 20th February 2016    

In case you missed it (ICYMI), here are some  links to recent posts from the QuantumListing Blog:

It’s Like a Dating Site for Listings – Our first attempt at “click bait.”

Featured Listings: 3 From Brick&Mortar in Williamsburg

QuantumListing Database Breached, No Financial Information Stolen – The mischief has been managed, but we’re still adding back users and listings that were deleted.

Featured Listing: Woods Edge – 176 Route 46 East, Rockaway, NJ

Poll Results: Where Are You Going to Watch the Super Bowl? – Y’all are a bunch of homebodies.

Featured Listing: 399 Knollwood Road, White Plains, NY

Other Popular Content

QuantumListing App – How It Works

Video Demos

An Email to a CREtech Evangelist

Download the App

David Perlmutter is the author of the QuantumListing Blog and publisher of the QuantumListing App. He is also the owner of Perlmutter Properties Inc. in White Plains, NY.


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