Empty buildings growing toward desolation as the days pass. Eyesores across the skyline that only provide a shaking of the head when in passing. Old places once community centers, now empty cancers manifesting within the very cities they exist. And these misfortunes all occurring under the horizons of poor economic conditions have turned real estate into real bummers over the last few years. But bubble-bursts, ballooning economies, rejections, recessions, elections and depressions have never phased the Singer name from generation to generation. Even from the darkest of shadows, Gregg Singer’s ability to drive developments to new echelons of greatness isn’t just his dream, it’s his destiny.
Four generations back, Louis Singer built the Mount Lebanon Cemetary in Queens, New York back in 1914. Since then, the Singer family has cemented a strong tradition of cleaning the community turning properties from destitute to desirable. Turning poor and unpresentable to profitable and prosperous, civic pride to the Singer Financial Group isn’t just an asset, it’s a calling.
By working on properties one project at a time, turning problematic conditions to something beneficial for the residents around it, Gregg Singer NYC’s developments have dramatically improved the quality of life for College Students seeking to share dormitory space in New York’s extremely over-populated student community. Singer has taken on unfinished projects and taken them beyond the concepts that existed in the original design. He has turned properties from eyesores that lower the properties around it, to cornerstones businesses and residences wish to develop and evolve alongside.
This makes the Singer Financial Group more than just a real estate investment firm, but rather a range of opportunities for spaces to be shared by those seeking new lives, either as students, troubled youths and/or victims of society.
Building bridges and breaking walls, Gregg Singer NY’s developer of faith and fortune has maintained the original integrity of classical New York Architecture with state-of-the-art, high-tech improvements that has encouraged students and tenants of all walks of life to improve their quality of life and explore the Empire State of Mind.