Natalie is entering the workplace as a commercial dancer, which sounds daunting. But if anyone can do it, she can! Go Natalie!
This article features ten films that document the housing crisis and discrimination in America, with a bonus eleventh film that includes a certain part-time blogger:
Here is one of the ten:
Our film ‘Owned’ will debut publicly on June 4th. If you’d like to pre-order a viewing, click here:
Yes, I resent being called an eccentric Orange County realtor – this is San Diego!
Giorgio’s documentary film makes its local premiere today after nearly six years of anticipation!
To acknowledge in a small way those who participated, here are my videos:
The San Diego premiere of Owned, A Tale of Two Americas is scheduled for a matinee showing on Saturday, March 23rd at the La Costa Cinepolis!
The producer, Giorgio Angelini, will be here and we’ll do a Q&A session after the film. I’m hoping to talk him into bringing an outakes/blooper reel too. There will also be a reception/party afterwards onsite. Our two daughters, Kayla and Natalie will also attend!
This will be a private event, with no tickets sold. Seating is limited.
If you’d like to come, email Donna at email@example.com
Here is a link to previous blog posts and the five-year history of the project:Link to Previous Blog Posts
Here is the trailer:
I’d like to think that Kayla has had the best upbringing of any realtor because she got to hear the sage advice from Doug Harwood – here we are in July, 2014 but his thoughts might be even more relevant today:
We’re visiting Kayla in New York City!
From our family to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Know anyone who wants to buy, sell, or rent in NYC? Contact Kayla!
Who would’ve thought a girl would leave a place with 70-degree weather and sandy beaches, for somewhere with feces on every block and public transportation that smells like a mix of salami and body odor?
YEAH I’M CRAZY. But what NYC has that California doesn’t have is the 9 million driven people that get up every morning to CRUSH their day. The passion in this incredible city is invigorating. It pushes you to your limit. Whether that means at work in your cubicle, or on a rooftop at a 3-story bar.
I can honestly say that moving here is one of the top 3 best decisions I’ve ever made – the other two being going to University of Oregon and studying abroad. And being part of the William K. Bolls team has made every day at work a dream! I live everyday like it’s my last (ugh cheesy I know) and I’m just excited to see what happens next!
Cheers my friends!
|The Ides Bar – Williamsburg
Sitting on top of the Wythe Hotel, the Ides Bar has some of the best views across the East River! They have a full bar with a small plates menu – you can never go wrong with a grilled cheese. It is a first come first served without a reservation so make sure you don’t miss out!
|Cafe Altro Paradiso – Soho
I think it’s safe to say that NYC has some of the best Italian restaurants and Cafe Altro Paradiso does NOT disappoint! It is a modern twist on traditional Italian cooking. CAP also has an amazing atmosphere with high ceilings, marble bar top, and dimmed lighting. My favorites so far have been the Carpaccio and the Candele Cacio e Pepe.
|Aria Wine Bar – Hell’s Kitchen
Hell’s Kitchen is known to have some amazing restaurants and Aria Wine Bar is definitely one of them. It is a perfect place for a girl’s night out, a birthday dinner, or something where you don’t mind it being too loud because there’s always so many people here! The gnocchi is my favorite. It reminds me of the gnocchi in Italy where you can eat the whole plate and not feel crappy 5 minutes later. Now that’s some good stuff!
|Team’s Current Listings|
|270 West 17th Street, Apt. 16E
Chelsea – $1,225,000
LIGHT, VIEWS, BALCONY & LOCATION! Enjoy stunning downtown views from your very own balcony in one of Chelsea’s best-located doorman condo buildings. Perched on the 16th floor and facing south, this sunny 1 bedroom, 1 bath home has been upgraded with new floors and a beautiful bathroom.
|145 East 15th Street, Apt. 4M
Gramercy – $790,000
WELCOME HOME to this renovated 1 bedroom, 1 bath co-op apartment with low monthlies in Gramercy right next to Union Square! Sought after layout with large living/dining area and renovated kitchen with new cabinetry, counter tops and back splash. Beautiful new hardwood plank flooring, generous closet space and over-sized bedroom.
|354 West 12th Street, Apt. 3D
West Village – $525,000
Right between Greenwich and Washington – truly a quintessential West Village block! Move right in to this nicely renovated studio with southern light + leafy tree views, tons of pre-war charm, and a decorative fireplace. Newly installed oak hardwood floors and a custom Italian-designed kitchen, including below-counter Subzero refrigerator and Miele stove.
My wife Donna has been the unsung hero behind the scenes all these years.
But with Kayla’s departure, we have the marketing duties being absorbed by Compass support staff, and Donna sliding into KK’s shoes as a frontline realtor on top of all the regular things she does to help get escrows closed.
Kayla has been on the ground for less than a month, but she is fitting in nicely. Her boss William and fellow Corcoran agent Sam do a Facebook Live event every Tuesday, but William was gone today so Kayla pinch-hit in his place. I love her poise and professionalism – I hope she comes back to San Diego some day!
Kayla has moved to midtown Manhattan, and will be a realtor with Corcoran starting on Monday, the 27th! If, you or someone you, know is thinking of moving to or from New York City, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org