Friday, September 1, 2006
welcome to comitini.com, version 2.0
You'll love this new development for the endless city views and designer layouts. It is full-service, gut-renovated, re-wired and centrally located. It's the place that has everyone talking. No board approval! Open house 24/7
You’re reading the first entry to the new comitini.com. This site is about New York City real estate and design. It's a practitioner’s blog where you’ll find an up to the moment assessment of trends, experiences, opinions, news commentary, observations, and pointers to real estate & design related places of interest. This is life on the little screen, a more personal point of view which I hope you’ll find has a thoughtful quality of voice. The perspective is from the inside looking out, not vice versa. After all, I’ve got a day job in real estate.
This site is now a fully functioning weblog. You have the ability to comment on postings and become part of the conversation here. Other new features include content feeds, photos and listings. I hope that you’ll choose to add to the dialog, comment, subscribe to the blog (it’s free) and come back often. You can also find out more about my brokerage services and property listings here too. Architects, decorators, attorneys, mortgage brokers, designers, home improvement suppliers and other real estate and shelter industry professionals, can use some of our syndicated content like ‘ask comitini.com’ and headline feeds on their own sites.
Comitini.com is a work in progressWeb sites are launched, but are never finished. I’m the site’s primary writer, art director and publisher. I want to applaud the contributions of a few good people who helped make version 2.0 possible. First of all to Nick Aster of 646 Industries who brought incredible expertise and limitless good cheer to the blog development; only a master of the medium could make it look so easy. For spiritual support in the darkest hours thanks to Michael Pinto at Very Memorable design and David Peters of Exbrook; with additional hacking and consulting from somewhere in the Rocky mountains by Tom Riemer of Mind Contract and reaching way back to Larry Aronson too.
Thanks to all of you who helped when you were needed. What a ride its been!