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With increasing competition from Uber, the TLC has decided to do away with the partition between the driver and passengers in city cabs to create a friendlier environment for all and to encourage customers to tip better.
The men of Million Dollar Listing New York are back and better than ever, and with it returns our weekly recap of the brokers' escapades. Join us as we follow (and reflect) on Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant, and Luis Ortiz's every move throughout...
The new measures will require the city's building owners to make a series of environmentally-conscious upgrades, which in the end will help them save over $900 million in energy costs, and will also create 1,300 construction jobs.
It's been quite the saga for this apartment since it first went on the market back in 2013 for an astonishing $125 million. In the years since the ask has been reduced several times, and now the owner is giving it another shot with a modern redesign.
A Shanghai-based design firm has come up with a creative solution to tackle the teeming crowds in Times Square — an amusement tower of sorts where each story something different to offer — a restaurant, a bar, a sky garden and so much more.
It's been over a year since Cogswell Realty put down $31 million to take over this iconic Lower East Side establishment. Now the first rendering has been revealed for the 45-unit condo building, which includes 13,000 square feet of retail as well.
Stately 4-story, 5 BR/3.5 BA with 4,000 sq ft in desirable neighborhood Terraces garden, Chefs kitchen with fireplace, Moldings and hardwood floors Finished basement with media room, laundry and storage [230 E. 68 St - Stribling, 212.434.7062]
This development has been shrouded in mystery right from the start and once again representatives for the architect would not comment on the veracity of these floors, but at least two different tipsters have sent in several new floorplans.
The housing authority is trying to improve operations and bring itself into the 21st century. Its goals include energy efficiency, consistent heat and hot water, eliminating pests, reducing secondhand smoke, and more.
A former seven-unit townhouse at 146 Willow Street will soon be listed as an $18 million, single-family megamansion in Brooklyn Heights. It's the second megamansion planned for the neighborhood that was formally announced this week.
It's been all of 10 days since Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider passed away, but NYC real estate waits for no one. His Gramercy Park North pad hit the market again today, this time asking a reduced $7.5M.
Sales launched almost two years ago, but after some initial hiccups what with the change of the sales team from Corcoran to Douglas Elliman, the project is back on track and 80 percent sold. Curbed got to peek inside one of its full floor units.
Each week, we ask readers to guess how much they think a certain on-the-market-listing is asking. This week we wanted to know how much readers thought a 3BR South Slope triplex was asking. Here's the big reveal.
Investors Isaac Chetrit and Ray Yadidi have completed an assemblage of property and air rights on Sixth Avenue from West 36th Street to West 37th Street. It could lead to an 80-story tower with retail, hotel, and residential space.
This purchase follows on the heels of a $45 million, full-floor apartment purchased by Bennett LeBow, the chairman of the Vector Group, which is the parent company of Douglas Elliman. Lorber's apartment is a half floor unit.
New Yorkers should expect to devote more of their income to rent in 2016. A new rent study turned back that only renters in one borough will be spared, and it's probably not the borough you're thinking.
A $27 billion capital plan promises to bring a new MetroCard system, station overhauls and the extension of the 2nd Avenue Subway was finally approved by the MTA on Wednesday. Of course the question remains where all of this money will come from.
After clearing hurdles with City Planning and the City Council Land Use Committee, the plan to rezone 200 blocks of East New York has won the approval of the full City Council. The plan has now won all the approvals necessary to move forward.
The penthouse of Upper West Side co-op The Clarendon went into contract last year at $24 million. The sale has finally closed, marking a new chapter for the penthouse formerly owned by the publishing magnate.