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The City May Be Forced To Take Over Privately Owned NYC Streets
A private street in New York City. It sounds like an oxymoron. But yes, there are dozens of private streets in the city which are…
Could These Quirky “Lily Pods” Save Red Hook From The Next Superstorm?
They may look like disused, overgrown overpasses but these unlikely architectural specimens could keep Red Hook safe and dry during the next superstorm. Called utility…
Developers Tout Their Green Credentials As 300 Lafayette Street Takes To The Sky
Biophilia. It’s an odd, vaguely rude sounding word. It means feeling good through being connected to nature. In real estate terms, it translates to an…
A Slew Of $2 Million Townhouses Hit The Market In Sunset Park
Brooklyn’s Sunset Park will soon be giving Park Slope and other brownstone rich neighborhoods a run for their money. The most expensive townhouse sale in…

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Shrinking Offices Space Leads To Opportunities For Innovation
More people are working from home or at their local coffee shop. That means there’s plenty of office space in cities collecting dust. It’s not…
Five Of The Coolest Condos Set To Hit The Manhattan Market This Spring
It may not seem like it but spring is here and that means we are about to enter into the most frenzied season of home…
Columbia University’s Medical Center Leads Packs In A Cluster Of NYC Design Award Winners
In a city where iconic buildings fill the sky like flocks of migrating birds, New York is always in the mix at the AIA’s Annual…
The Box Factory Brings A Creative Office Complex To Ridgewood
If there is anywhere in Queens that suffers from an identity crisis, Ridgewood is it. Neighboring hipster-filled Bushwick, Ridgewood has townhouses, old industrial warehouses and…
Pacific Street Is Brooklyn’s New Gold Coast Where Houses Are Selling For Dizzying Numbers
When the gentrifiers have been gentrified, that’s when you know an area is expensive. On Pacific Street in Brooklyn—a strip that runs from the Barclays…
Top Five Apartments To Rent In Bay Ridge For Under $2,000
Even the most passionate NYC advocates would admit—a handful of local neighborhoods are still not so fun to live in. Bay Ridge is definitely not…
Bob Dylan’s Former Townhouse In Harlem Hits The Market For $3.7 Million
While most celebrities and the nouveau riche are just discovering gentrified Harlem, rock star Bob Dylan lived there when it was very different from today.…
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