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What $775,000 buys in NYC right now
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What $775,000 buys in NYC right now

Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can...

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What $3,100 rents in NYC right now
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What $3,100 rents in NYC right now

Julie Rose for the Corcoran Group Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can...

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Apple signs lease for office space at Midtown’s 11 Penn Plaza
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Apple signs lease for office space at Midtown’s 11 Penn Plaza

Photo by Ben Hider/Getty Images Plus, HUD budget cuts threaten NYC public housing upgrades—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup...

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In Morningside Heights, a community wants to plan its own future
Blog 6 days ago
In Morningside Heights, a community wants to plan its own future

Caroline Spivack/Curbed NY The Council is crafting a plan with uptown locals in what could be a “new path” for neighborhood rezonings When Robert F...

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Gorgeous loft in Brooklyn’s old Eagle Warehouse building wants $2.35M
Blog 6 days ago
Gorgeous loft in Brooklyn’s old Eagle Warehouse building wants $2.35M

Photos: Donna Dotan, courtesy of Compass The breathtaking unit has a dazzling clock that offers views of the Brooklyn Bridge New Yorkers have many...

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What $2,700 rents in NYC right now
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What $2,700 rents in NYC right now

Hayley Ellen Day of DDreps/Courtesy of Compass Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores...

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Upper West Side’s would-be tallest tower could lose 20 stories after legal challenge
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Upper West Side’s would-be tallest tower could lose 20 stories after legal challenge

Photo by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images A State Supreme Court judge sided with opponents of 200 Amsterdam Avenue and its so-called “gerrymandered” lot...

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What happens to a neighborhood’s rents when a luxury tower rises?
Blog 1 week ago
What happens to a neighborhood’s rents when a luxury tower rises?

Max Touhey | Plus, former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann lists his Gramercy Park penthouse—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good...

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‘Not good for our community’: Harlem balks at alternative Lenox Terrace proposal
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‘Not good for our community’: Harlem balks at alternative Lenox Terrace proposal

A rendering of four towers Olnick could build on Lenox Terrace under the complex’s existing zoning. | Courtesy of The Olnick Organization The...

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NYC’s broker fee system is changing: Here’s what that means for you
Blog 2 weeks ago
NYC’s broker fee system is changing: Here’s what that means for you

Max Touhey Do I have to pay a fee? Should I wait to find an apartment? And other questions about the broker’s fee changes, answered It’s been quite...

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Lenox Hill Hospital may scrap plans for 41-story residential tower
Blog 2 weeks ago
Lenox Hill Hospital may scrap plans for 41-story residential tower

TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images Plus, what Amazon’s HQ2 ordeal did to home prices in Long Island City—and more intel in today’s New York...

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Where to live in NYC in 2020
Blog 2 weeks ago
Where to live in NYC in 2020

Max Touhey Your guide for picking the best neighborhood to call home right now When deciding where to live in New York City, it helps to accept one...

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What $2,000 rents in NYC right now
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What $2,000 rents in NYC right now

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

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No more broker’s fees for NYC renters: Here’s what that means
Blog 3 weeks ago
No more broker’s fees for NYC renters: Here’s what that means

Max Touhey | Say goodbye to the hefty fees that make renting a NYC apartment so expensive Rejoice, New Yorkers: The often hefty broker’s fees that...

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To solve NYC’s housing crisis, city wants to legalize basement apartments and ADUs
Blog 3 weeks ago
To solve NYC’s housing crisis, city wants to legalize basement apartments and ADUs

Shutterstock.com Plus, Union Square is getting a Target—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New...

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Spacious Bed-Stuy condo with balcony wants $799K
Blog 3 weeks ago
Spacious Bed-Stuy condo with balcony wants $799K

Photos: Rise Media, courtesy of the Corcoran Group The one-bedroom apartment has space for a home office Welcome back to The Six-Digit Club, in...

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Massive East New York ‘urban village’ is moving forward
Blog 3 weeks ago
Massive East New York ‘urban village’ is moving forward

Courtesy of Practice for Architecture and Urbanism (PAU). The development, which surrounds a neighborhood megachurch, is expected to bring 2,100...

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NYC’s ‘opaque and arcane’ property tax system may get major overhaul
Blog 3 weeks ago
NYC’s ‘opaque and arcane’ property tax system may get major overhaul

Plus, the first cyclist death of 2020—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New York Minute, a...

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Is a new tower coming to South Street Seaport’s historic district?
Blog 4 weeks ago
Is a new tower coming to South Street Seaport’s historic district?

A parking lot currently exists on 250 Water Street—a contested site in the South Street Seaport poised for redevelopment. | Caroline Spivack/Curbed...

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The most expensive blocks for NYC rentals are in Soho and Tribeca
Blog 1 month ago
The most expensive blocks for NYC rentals are in Soho and Tribeca

Max Touhey | A new StreetEasy report found that streets like Greenwich and Greene in Soho are among the most expensive for rentals New York City...

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Dutch design firm Concrete unveils first NYC condo
Blog 1 month ago
Dutch design firm Concrete unveils first NYC condo

Renderings: Courtesy of VUW Studios at the development will start at $820,000 A 12-story condo tower rising in Hell’s Kitchen, designed by Dutch...

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What $4,000 rents in NYC right now
Blog 1 month ago
What $4,000 rents in NYC right now

Regan Woods for Grant Braswell and Sahar Aubon, Compass Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that...

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Plans to rezone Bushwick are dead, for now
Blog 1 month ago
Plans to rezone Bushwick are dead, for now

City Hall says it’s halting plans to rezone Bushwick after years of heated community planning. | Shutterstock The city is shelving plans to rezone...

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A two-story wall could divide Hudson Yards from the High Line
Blog 1 month ago
A two-story wall could divide Hudson Yards from the High Line

The developer behind Hudson Yards is mulling building a 700-foot-long wall that would rise two stories over the High Line, in what local elected...

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The BQX is back (maybe)
Blog 1 month ago
The BQX is back (maybe)

NYCEDC There’s a new website and public meetings scheduled to plan the future of the Brooklyn-Queens Connector. Does it mean anything? The de...

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

Courtesy of Compass Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent for a...

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What $550,000 buys in NYC right now
Blog 1 month ago
What $550,000 buys in NYC right now

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can buy...

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NYC’s coastline could be underwater by 2100. Why are we still building there?
Blog 1 month ago
NYC’s coastline could be underwater by 2100. Why are we still building there?

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration recently unveiled an ambitious plan to add to the lower Manhattan shoreline to fight climate change. It may...

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NYC suburbs try to woo millennials with high-end housing
Blog 2 months ago
NYC suburbs try to woo millennials with high-end housing

Downtown of New Rochelle in New York’s Westchester county. | Alex Potemkin/Getty Images Plus, falling debris kills New York architect—and more...

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Curbed New York’s 11 best longreads of 2019
Blog 2 months ago
Curbed New York’s 11 best longreads of 2019

© Christopher Payne/Esto Hudson Yards, the loss of neighborhood bars, and more The holiday weekend is nearly here; it’s time to catch up on all of...

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