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Investor Savings Bank now Preferred Lender to Azure

The Investor Savings Bank has joined HSBC, Chase and Wells Fargo as a preferred lender for Azure, making it even easier for buyers to purchase a property here.


The Azure Residence in New York. Image courtesy of Brachablog

Doug Maclaury, senior vice president of the Mattone Group says "From the current residents to potential buyers, the feedback we've received at Azure has been remarkable. Now with the addition of ISB, we are able to not only provide an exemplary product that buyers are happy with but with preferred lenders that can and will close a deal." The Mattone Group is a co-developer of the Azure alongside The DeMatteis Organizations.

Azure is one of the most prestigious and sought after developments in New York City. Lou Spano, a senior loan adviser at Investors Savings Bank says "I am extremely excited to begin working with Azure. Collaboration is ideal, as we both look at business in similar ways, providing only the most exceptional product."

Homes being offered at Azure include oversized two-bedrooms, ranging from 1198 ft.² to 1487 ft.². Three-bedroom residences are 1180 ft.², while four-bedroom residences are over 3000 ft.². Buyers also have the chance to combine two, four-bedroom penthouse residences which would give more than 5300 ft.² of space, plus a 600 ft.² terrace.


It's easy to see why The Azure is so highly sought after. Image courtesy of Brachablog

Prudential Douglas Elliman is Azure’s exclusive sales and marketing team, and Ammanda Espinal, the on-site agent comments "Our buyers are blown away by the size of Azure homes, and most are impressed with the option to combine units. Almost half of all current contracts are from buyers who purchased multiple units to combine."

Joseph Baker, broker for Prudential Douglas Elliman says “Dollar for dollar, the Azure is one of the best buys in all of Manhattan. I think it’s the best, but that’s just my opinion.”

Azure is a luxury residential building at 333 East 91st Street on the Upper East Side, and it's just minutes away from  world class schools, shops, art galleries and museums.

Allison Halliday

Allison Halliday is a Realty Biz News contributing writer. She handles International Real Estate and is a seasoned blogger.

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