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New Rentals At Zaha Hadid’s West Chelsea Condo Hit The Market
Living NYC’s newly developed condo buildings is a privilege reserved strictly for the well-heeled. This is especially true when the condo tower in question has…
Can We Go Higher? NYC’s Costliest Condos Are Getting Even More Expensive
Do you know how the so-called “affordable” real estate in New York is getting less affordable by the day whereas the city’s luxury market is…
NYC-based, Ashkenazy Acquisition, Purchased The Long-Term Lease Of South Station
In July this year, the news that Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. was close to buy the lease for South Station started to circulate. It is now official.…
The Iconic Plaza Hotel In New York City Is Looking For Buyers
One of New York City’s most iconic properties could be having new owners very soon. The Indian business conglomerate, Sahara Group, has hired a broker…
A New 20,000-Square-Foot Megamansion Might Be Coming To Manhattan’s Greenwich Village
For the filthy rich living in the heart of Manhattan, condos in glassy towers seem to be the most common option these days. Lavish pads…
New Retail Strip Is Coming To Astoria Area With A Troubled Past
It seems like a bad coincidence, but the Dutch Kill neighborhood, located in otherwise prosperous Astoria, did manage to live up to its, ahem, colorful…
There Are More Than 500 Vacant Buildings Across New York City (Even In The Priciest Areas)
For those who always talk about the vacant buildings in New York City, OneTitle National Guaranty Company is here to confirm your theories. Based on…
UN New York Hotel To Rebrand As Millennium Hilton New York One UN Plaza
The United Nations Plaza complex is an iconic landmark in Manhattan. It is a key property located across from the United Nations Headquarters that is…
The $14M Megamansion in Brooklyn Heights Is For Sale
How many megamansion can you find in Brooklyn Heights? More than a dozen for sure, including the 7,750-square-foot townhouse at 146 Willow Street. It is one…
Houses, Not Warehouses Act Might Be A Game Changer For NYC’s Housing Crisis
NYC is, indeed a city of contrasts. Just when you think that no parcel of land is safe from rampant development, including jails and houses…
Rich Or Poor—Nobody Can Afford NYC’s Median Rents, Study Says
Just because you are rich, doesn’t mean you can afford to live in New York City. No one can—except for the top one percent and…
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