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A New Beach Front Condo Building Slated For the Rockaways Amid A Slew Of New Development
Proving that New Yorkers are the masters of reinvention, particularly when it comes to real estate, a new millennial-friendly condo tower is due to rise…
The Demand For The No-Frills Non-Luxury Rentals In Manhattan Is At All-Time High
What makes for a hot, sough after rental unit in a struggling Manhattan market? It is easier to say what doesn’t — it definitely isn’t…
New Mega Project Coming To West Chelsea: HFZ Capital Closes Construction Financing for The Eleventh
West Chelsea continues its transformation from industrial to urban elite. HFZ Capital Group, a U.K. real estate investment and development company, just recently closed a…
An Affordable Housing Tower On The Far West Side Picks Its Development Team
As if the far West Side didn’t have enough construction going on, the New York City Economic Development Corp. has chosen a development team to…

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Office Boom Denied: New Shiny Spaces In Brooklyn Fail To Attract Big-Name Tenants
The news about Brooklyn becoming a new heavyweight champion in office leasing has been circling around for a minute. Etsy, Slate, Vice Media—as these giants…
A New Report Shows How Gentrification Is Decimating NYC Minority Owned Businesses
Gentrification, as is well known, can be a double edged sword. Joy for homeowners and the local economy but despair for displaced communities and businesses.…
City Sends Out A Request For Developers To Build A Food Hall In Sunset Park
Food, glorious food. Hipsters and interesting grub go together like beards and flannel shirts and nowhere is that more apparent than Sunset Park, Brooklyn where…
City To Spend $100 Million For An Esplanade On The Upper East Side Waterfront
Soon there won’t be a spec of Manhattan waterfront which is not surrounded by bucolic walkways, trees and parks. For those familiar with the treacherous…
Old School Cool. Why Restored Brownstones Are Sparking An Artisanal Cottage Industry
The old school marketing lingo which accompanies historic brownstones, with their century old woodwork is the stuff of real estate cliché. “Dripping with original details,”…
Brooklyn Still Gives Manhattan A Run For Its Money As NYC Prices Continue To Climb
Just when you thought the Brooklyn hype had surely reached some kind of a tipping point, like the German soccer team in a World Cup,…
Size Doesn’t Matter As Architects Plot High Rises On Odd Shaped NYC Lots
“Complicated” would be a good word to describe the Upper West Side’s zoning laws and the way its streets and buildings are mapped out. With…
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