|REAL ESTATE TRENDS
Real Estate continues to be active. Buyers are around and Sellers are beginning to accept the new realities of the market. Inventory remains steady at 135 properties for sale. Prices are dropping and beginning to stabilize. During the month of April, there were 2 properties that went under contract (pending) and 1 property that closed (sold).
BALLENISLES SALES - MARCH
200 Coconut Key Drive 3 3 650,000
*This representation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by the Realtors Association of the PalmBeaches or its Multiple Listing Services thru 05/01/09.
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Breathtaking water views from this charming 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home. Features include separate powder room, large screen enclosed patio, open kitchen/family room, ceramic tile floors, breakfast bar and bright southeast exposure. Perhaps one of the finest views in BallenIsles and priced to sell!
OPEN SUNDAY MAY 10th 2-4PM.
|AT THE NORTON
|Roman Vishniac: Selections from The Vanished World
Thru July 26, 2009
Roman Vishniac was an accomplished Russian-American photographer, biologist, art collector and historian whose work is currently on view in the exhibition Roman Vishniac: Selections from The Vanished World. The Norton Museum recently acquired Vishniac's portfolio The Vanished World, which is one of the only pictorial documentations of Jewish culture in Central and Eastern Europe during the period just prior to the Holocaust: the mid to late 1930s. The exhibition is comprised of twelve images that show daily life in the urban ghettos and small farming communities (shtetls), and document the economic and social restrictions being placed upon Jewish people while the photographer was living in Germany in the 1930s. Vishniac took over 16,000 photographs, hoping to salvage a memory of the people and culture that he knew Hitler was on a mission to eradicate. A trained scientist unable to save the lives of his people, Vishniac set out to save their memory. Only 2,000 images are known to have survived. Vishniac hoped that these images would enable others "to envision a time and place that are worthy of remembrance."
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