Alexander Scharf: Life In Manhattan

Few are more qualified to describe aspects of living in Manhattan, the most well-known borough in the city of New York, than Alexander Scharf. Alexander Scharf has lived in Manhattan his entire life. Currently, Alexander Scharf resides on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

According to Alexander Scharf, Manhattan is the most densely populated borough in New York City. Manhattan Island is bound by the East, Harlem, and Hudson rivers, says Alexander Scharf. The borough of Manhattan is known for its being the cultural and economic hub of the United States and is seen in homes across the country on a daily basis in the form of television programs that are filmed on-location in Manhattan.

Living in a city so rich with culture, diversity, and endless activity provides a vast-array of potential experiences and can be very exciting, according to Alexander Scharf. Alexander Scharf has not only lived in Manhattan his whole life, but he has worked to better the area through his renovation of blighted areas. Case in point, Alexander Scharf transformed the landmarked Staten Island Hotel, which had long been in despair, into the finest Independent Senior Living Residence in Staten Island. Alexander Scharf also operates and owns numerous other properties in New York City, including 2 highly successful affordable extended stay hotels. Alexander Scharf has also successfully converted hundreds of residential units into condominium ownership throughout New York City.

Alexander Scharf has made many significant and substantial contributions to the hospitality industry, particularly in the Manhattan area.

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