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A Lavish Limestone Condo Building Is Set To Rise On One Of Park Slope’s Prime Blocks
Park Slope’s 3rd St between 7th & 8th Avenues is like living off Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Coveted, ultra wide and tree lined with…
The Ultimate Luxury Senior Living Facility To Be Build In Midtown Manhattan
Twenty grand ($20,000) a month for a room may be a little further than most pensioner’s social security checks can stretch to, but that is…
Former Gowanus ASCPCA HQ Gets Retail Make-Over
There was a time when Gowanas in Brooklyn was going to the dogs — metaphorically and literally. Not only was its polluted canal, now an…
Drop In Rents For NYC Luxury Apartments Makes Them Affordable For Masses
Almost every new building in New York City is described as being “luxury” these days. But what defines luxury? An easier question maybe—what isn’t luxury?…

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NYC’s Construction Craze Leads To Demolition Delirium
Brooklyn’s rabid and rapid gentrification has engulfed the borough with every block seemingly in the midst of some kind of construction. Amid the heartache and…
Brooklyn Is King Of New York When It Comes To Decade Long Price Increases
If you were sitting on the fence a decade ago, wondering whether to buy a property in NYC, you might be kicking yourself now for…
A Hunts Point 740-Unit Affordable Housing Development Comes To Life In New Rendering
Hunts Point in the Bronx conjures images of vast swathes of industrial buildings, desolate streets, waste-transfer stations, prison barges, and brownfields. Drugs and prostitution round…
East New York Is The Latest “Hot” Neighborhood For 2017
Let’s face it, almost every low-income, gritty area in New York is liable to be labeled the next “hot” neighborhood. At the end of last year,…
The East River Waterfront Esplanade Begins Its Final Phase
There was a time when a jog along the Manhattan side of the East River was only for the truly hardened (or insane). Above 23rd…
Teachers Can’t Afford To Live Where They Teach As Cities Gentrify
Parents routinely move to upscale neighborhoods so their kids can attend good public schools. You know the ones. The gym looks like it belongs to…
When One New York Townhouse Isn’t Enough: Let’s Build Mega Mansions
For most people owning a townhouse in New York City would be the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. They are, after all, one of the…
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