After a Request for Expressions of Interest issued by the city in November, the Lowline has been selected as the proposal most apt for the unused trolley terminal under Delancey Street. (It doesn’t hurt that it was also the only proposal the city...
A report issued by the Department of Investigations unpacks the controversial sale of a Lower East Side nursing home for luxury condos. It found that a lapse in communication at City Hall can largely be blamed for the sale.
A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in a (relatively) new construction building in Crown Heights just hit the market asking $975,000. Among its many amenities: a deeded parking spot, washer/dryer, and a 421-a tax abatement.
A large part of this effort will be preserving the designs of Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux particularly in the North Woods and The Ramble, where work is already underway. The Park’s many arches and bridges will also be restored.
A two-year partnership will encourage travel between New York and Shanghai. The alliance between New York and China are the first of its kind and serves to be mutually beneficial for tourism in both places.
As real estate prices throughout New York City climb ever-higher, seeing homes in Brooklyn listed in the millions of dollars has become close to normal. While priced at far less than their Manhattan counterparts, these homes are still plenty pricey.
Olbermann listed his three-bedroom apartment on the market in protest this past April for $3.9 million. He was tired "of of the degree to which the very name 'Trump' has degraded the public discourse and the nation itself," he wrote in an op-ed.
To commemorate Basquiat and his contributions to Noho’s art scene, the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and Two Boots Pizza have unveiled a plaque that marks the site of Baquiat’s former home.
The project came about after a development partnership led by CW Realty purchased two buildings on First Avenue this year. The first is at 1361 First Avenue, where Finnegan’s Wake has been the ground floor retail tenant for 40 years.
A strange triangular-shaped lot along Lafayette Street between Bond and Great Jones streets will remain vacant until Morris Adjmi’s design for the site is approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Just five months after 535 Carlton, the COOKFOX-designed rental building in the Pacific Park megaproject, topped out, its 298 units are going to hit the market. The lottery for those apartments opens tomorrow on NYC Housing Connect.
the impact on such mixed-income projects following the expiration of 421-a has been feared by many real estate analysts for some time now. Yet another project in the neighborhood to be affected by it was the Hallets Point megaproject.
Brooklyn Bridge Park’s innovative Squibb Park Bridge has been plagued with problems since its 2013 debut, and closed in 2014. But now, the pedestrian pathway may finally be getting much-needed repairs.
Xinyuan’s Hess Express gas station-replacing condo in Hell’s Kitchen is moving forward after the developer officially filed plans with the city’s Department of Buildings to bring over 86,000 square feet of residential development to the neighborhood.
The building features a mix of studios-three bedrooms. When we last reported on the project, we were only aware of the starting price, but now it appears that apartments will rent for $17,000 per month at the upper end of the spectrum.
The project came about after developer Joel Kohn picked up two adjacent lots for $4.65 million last year. The structure’s steel frame is already in place, and facade work is currently taking place at the site.