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TF Cornerstone reveals renderings for Pacific Park mixed-users, public park
Blog 12 hours ago
TF Cornerstone reveals renderings for Pacific Park mixed-users, public park

MNLA The two buildings, designed by Handel Architects, will have some 800 apartments between them In the 13 years since the megaproject formerly...

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What $5,000 rents in NYC right now
Blog 15 hours ago
What $5,000 rents in NYC right now

RISE Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores...

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NYC is home to 10 of the country’s priciest zip codes
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NYC is home to 10 of the country’s priciest zip codes

Parts of Tribeca still hold the title of the city’s most expensive neighborhood. | Max Touhey One Brooklyn zip code even broke into the country’s...

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First look inside the Waldorf Astoria’s condo conversion
Blog 6 days ago
First look inside the Waldorf Astoria’s condo conversion

The residential lobby of the new Towers of the Waldorf Astoria. | Renderings by Noë & Associates/The Boundary The iconic hotel’s transformation is...

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First look at Disney’s SOM-designed Hudson Square HQ
Blog 6 days ago
First look at Disney’s SOM-designed Hudson Square HQ

© SOM | bloomimages The massive media conglomerate will partner with SOM on a 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters in lower Manhattan Since the...

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Capturing the Lower East Side’s vanishing single-story buildings
Blog 1 week ago
Capturing the Lower East Side’s vanishing single-story buildings

A new exhibit brings these background buildings to the foreground As cookie-cutter condo towers continue to fill the gaps in Manhattan’s skyline,...

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What $2,700 rents in NYC right now
Blog 1 week ago
What $2,700 rents in NYC right now

Udi Almog, H5 Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent for a set...

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The history of Brutalist architecture in NYC affordable housing
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The history of Brutalist architecture in NYC affordable housing

Stevenson Commons in the Bronx, circa 1976. | Via NYC Municipal Archive A new exhibit looks at a dozen Brutalist buildings created for the Mitchell...

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Tracking the redevelopment of Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory
Blog 1 week ago
Tracking the redevelopment of Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory

The Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment site. | Max Touhey | The Williamsburg waterfront megaproject is making steady progress Megaprojects are...

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Could commercial rent stabilization solve NYC’s retail vacancy woes?
Blog 1 week ago
Could commercial rent stabilization solve NYC’s retail vacancy woes?

A new bill aims to give small mom-and-pop shops protections with commercial rent stabilization. | Max Touhey “It’s about the culture of the city,”...

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$61M condo is 220 Central Park South’s latest exorbitant closed sale
Blog 1 week ago
$61M condo is 220 Central Park South’s latest exorbitant closed sale

Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images Vornado’s Midtown condo has been racking up plenty of pricey sales in 2019 Once upon...

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New York City’s Duane Reades are disappearing
Blog 1 week ago
New York City’s Duane Reades are disappearing

Rblfmr/Shutterstock.com Plus, Uber will add NYC public transit information to its app—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good...

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What $3,500 rents in NYC right now
Blog 2 weeks ago
What $3,500 rents in NYC right now

Courtesy of Citi Habitats New Developments Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores...

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What $3,000 rents in NYC right now
Blog 3 weeks ago
What $3,000 rents in NYC right now

The Sarnell Team/Citi Habitats Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can...

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These 5 Gowanus buildings are officially city landmarks
Blog 3 weeks ago
These 5 Gowanus buildings are officially city landmarks

The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company building locally known as The Batcave. | Max Touhey Preservationists have pushed to protect the sites for years...

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Industry City rezoning begins official review process despite local ire
Blog 3 weeks ago
Industry City rezoning begins official review process despite local ire

Two of 16-buildings at the Industry City complex in Sunset Park, Brooklyn | Nathan Kensinger “I am prepared to vote ‘no,’” says the area’s City...

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New York’s 10 most affordable neighborhoods of 2019
Blog 3 weeks ago
New York’s 10 most affordable neighborhoods of 2019

New York, glorious and expensive. | Max Touhey Here's a breakdown of neighborhoods with the lowest median sales price this year The city has seen...

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Lenox Hill Hospital expansion blasted by Upper East Siders
Blog 3 weeks ago
Lenox Hill Hospital expansion blasted by Upper East Siders

A view of Lenox Hill Hospital on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. | Timothy A. Clary/Getty Images The local community board passed a resolution...

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The future of the bodega is clear
Blog 3 weeks ago
The future of the bodega is clear

Max Touhey | www.metouhey.com New design guidelines for New York’s iconic corner stores may erase an aesthetically important part of the urban...

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NYC seeks to rein in Lower East Side nightlife scene with new rules
Blog 3 weeks ago
NYC seeks to rein in Lower East Side nightlife scene with new rules

The Lower East Side has one of the city’s most robust nightlife scenes that, for area residents, creates major quality of life issues. | Flickr...

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NYC launches campaign to promote new tenant protections
Blog 4 weeks ago
NYC launches campaign to promote new tenant protections

Max Touhey “Laws are only as good as the information that’s out there,” says one city official The de Blasio administration is launching a new...

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Dozens of NYC community gardens could close over contract dispute
Blog 1 month ago
Dozens of NYC community gardens could close over contract dispute

Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images Plus, heat and hot water woes return for NYCHA—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup...

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Rental inventory is up across New York City—but so are prices
Blog 1 month ago
Rental inventory is up across New York City—but so are prices

Richard Cavalleri Plus, Apple and Facebook are fighting over Midtown office space—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good...

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Former Lower East Side nursing home to get 28-story condo neighbor
Blog 1 month ago
Former Lower East Side nursing home to get 28-story condo neighbor

A 28-story condo tower will rise beside the landmarked Bialystoker Nursing Home building. | Google Maps The tower will rise next to the landmarked...

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Tallest skyscraper in Queens tops out at 778 feet
Blog 1 month ago
Tallest skyscraper in Queens tops out at 778 feet

Renderings by Binyan Studios The building, Skyline Tower, will have 802 residential units Five months after launching sales, the tallest building...

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Starchitect-designed rentals at Waterline Square up for grabs from $3,938/month
Blog 1 month ago
Starchitect-designed rentals at Waterline Square up for grabs from $3,938/month

Exterior of Three Waterline Square. | Renderings by Noe & Associates with The Boundary The three-tower Upper West Side complex encircle a 2.6-acre...

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What $3,200 rents in NYC right now
Blog 1 month ago
What $3,200 rents in NYC right now

Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in...

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The trade-offs New Yorkers will make to find an affordable apartment
Blog 1 month ago
The trade-offs New Yorkers will make to find an affordable apartment

Sean Pavone/Shutterstock.com Plus, a new Miss Subways has been chosen—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and...

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New looks inside Brooklyn’s tallest office building
Blog 1 month ago
New looks inside Brooklyn’s tallest office building

Renderings by DBOX One Willoughby Square will stand 495 feet over Downtown Brooklyn While One Willoughby Square may not be the tallest building in...

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5 Pointz redevelopment expansion gets unexpected community board support
Blog 1 month ago
5 Pointz redevelopment expansion gets unexpected community board support

The 5Pointz site before it was whitewashed and demolished. | Max Touhey The luxury development is slated to include more than 1,100 apartments A...

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