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One week after the Gramercy Park North apartment of late Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider was listed, the apartment has entered contract. It was most recently asking $7.5 million. The apartment first appeared on the market in 2014.
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Gap Inc. will lease a 20,000 square foot facility at Building 4 as a photo and design studio. It's the latest new high profile tenant for the 16-building complex in Sunset Park. Recently MakerBot decided to stop manufacturing at the site.
Construction is currently underway on this nine-story building located on Atlantic Avenue in Bed-Stuy, which will bring 118 apartments to the neighborhood when construction wraps up sometime next spring.
This oddball live/work space at 3 Great Jones Street, which served as a horse stable in the 18th century, but has since been turned into a duplex loft "done in Le Corbusier style," with modern details throughout.
Developer AvalonBay Communities plans to have 1,100 apartments, plus two schools (including a rebuilt School of Cooperative Technical Education), and 20,000 square feet of retail. The address is 321 East 96th Street.
The third tallest building at the World Trade Center site, the structure will stand 1,079 feet tall when it is complete. GroupM has leased close to 700,000 square feet of office space in this 80-story building, which will be completed by 2018.
The corner of Orchard and Delancey Streets on the Lower East Side may soon be home to a 12-story residential building, due to have a restaurant at its base and fancy apartments above. It was once home to Moscot's HQ.
The penthouse apartment at the rising Steiner East Village development on East 12th Street isn't, you know, cheap—the apartment is asking $7 million, after all—but when compared to nearby developments, it seems almost like a steal.
With all the approvals now under it's belt, and having already fought off a lawsuit to block the project, Pier 55 is finally ready to move forward. The project is being funded almost entirely by Barry Diller and Diane Von Furstenberg.
Developer of supertall towers JDS has identified their next project: a 77-story tower on the Lower East Side. The building will rise alongside Extell's equally tall condo and bring with it 600 apartments, 150 of which will be permanently affordable.
We didn't need another report to confirm that which is already known—renting in Manhattan is prohibitively expensive—but we've got one anyway. At $4,374, the average monthly rent on the island is higher than that of other major American cities.
Pricespotter is Curbed's pricing guessing game, and today, we're looking at a West Village one-bedroom in a lovely pre-war building. How much do you think this place is asking? Take a guess, and remember, no cheating!
A federal judge has accepted fallen New York City real estate scion Robert Durst's plea deal. The judge sentenced Durst to several years in prison, amongst other charges, allowing him to now face murder charges in Los Angeles.
The townhouse at 13 Sutton Place has been having a difficult go of it since selling to a group of investors back in June 2014: It was first listed for nearly $20 million, but its latest ask—$9.7 million—is substantially less than that.
The volume of sales in the Bronx and Staten Island have increased significantly compared to the rest of the city as New Yorkers look for affordable homes outside of Brooklyn and Manhattan, which still have the highest average sales prices.
The mayor announced on Tuesday that, as part of its $82.2B executive budget, it will set aside $21M to expedite work on the city's third water tunnel. The tunnel will bring potable water to Brooklyn and Queens residents.
The proposal focuses on underutilized or vacant land at the 11 hospitals owned by the city's Health and Hospitals Corporation. De Blasio has not ruled out the possibility of market-rate housing on these properties.
American transportation is a mess. As the costs of repairs rise—fixing U.S. transportation would cost nearly the entire annual federal budget—and automotive technology advances, cars, often seen as a problem, may be our best hope.