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In Chelsea, a remnant of NYC’s industrial past will get a revamp
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In Chelsea, a remnant of NYC’s industrial past will get a revamp

Courtesy of COOKFOX The Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea will be restored and will get new office and commercial space Chelsea’s historic...

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Brooklyn pol ‘unequivocally against’ Industry City rezoning without neighborhood investments
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Brooklyn pol ‘unequivocally against’ Industry City rezoning without neighborhood investments

Industry City’s waterfront complex includes 16 buildings and more square footage than the 104-story interior of One World Trade Center. The fate of...

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Brooklyn’s 80 Flatbush will rise after settlement reached in lawsuit
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Brooklyn’s 80 Flatbush will rise after settlement reached in lawsuit

Alloy Development Demolition is underway and construction is planned for next spring After months of legal sparring, the developer behind a planned...

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In Brooklyn, new Schermerhorn Street condo launches sales starting at $800K
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In Brooklyn, new Schermerhorn Street condo launches sales starting at $800K

Renderings by Volley Studio The 13-story development features 59 one- to four-bedroom units Volley Studio A new condo located at 76 Schermerhorn...

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It’s official: NYC brokers cannot charge more than $20 for rental applications
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It’s official: NYC brokers cannot charge more than $20 for rental applications

Max Touhey The state puts to rest excessive upfront fees renters have long decried After weeks of brokers who match tenants with landlords claiming...

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NYC’s luxury condo glut leads to thousands of unsold apartments: report
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NYC’s luxury condo glut leads to thousands of unsold apartments: report

Max Touhey More than 25 percent of condos built in the past six years remain unsold How bad is Manhattan’s luxury condo glut, exactly? There’s been...

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Domino megaproject’s second rental debuts in Williamsburg
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Domino megaproject’s second rental debuts in Williamsburg

Images courtesy of Two Trees Management Leasing has begun at One South First, a 45-story building designed by COOKFOX The second residential...

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New bill seeks to fight ‘overdevelopment’ by alerting communities to rights transfers
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New bill seeks to fight ‘overdevelopment’ by alerting communities to rights transfers

432 Park Avenue, New York City’s tallest residential tower (for now) at 1,396 feet. | Roberto Machado Noa/Getty Images The advanced warning could...

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In Cobble Hill, another River Park condo launches sales from $975K
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In Cobble Hill, another River Park condo launches sales from $975K

Renderings by Williams New York The Brooklyn megaproject’s latest debut is a condo with waterfront views Another piece of the puzzle at River Park,...

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What $7,000 rents in NYC right now
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What $7,000 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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New bill would target landlords who harass rent-stabilized tenants over buyouts
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New bill would target landlords who harass rent-stabilized tenants over buyouts

Roni Ben Ishay/Shutterstock.com The proposed legislation would establish rules for buyouts and penalize landlords who harass tenants Just months...

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Long Island City pedestrian plaza highlights ancient rock formation
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Long Island City pedestrian plaza highlights ancient rock formation

This new Street Seat in Long Island City highlights an ancient rock formation on 12th Street. | The VOREA Group The city and a developer converted...

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How NYC landlords may be skirting the new rent laws
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How NYC landlords may be skirting the new rent laws

travelwild/Shutterstock.com Here are some of the tenant-landlord issues to look out for It’s been over two months since the new package of laws...

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Two major NYC developers may join forces on 5 World Trade Center
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Two major NYC developers may join forces on 5 World Trade Center

Max Touhey Silverstein Properties and Brookfield Properties are considering a joint bid Back in June, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation ...

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11 NYC college campuses with outstanding architecture
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11 NYC college campuses with outstanding architecture

Columbia University’s Low Library. | Getty Images/iStockphoto Where academia and architecture meet New York City isn’t home to many traditional...

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Gowanus’s landmarked Coignet Building lists for $6.5M
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Gowanus’s landmarked Coignet Building lists for $6.5M

The renovated exterior of the Coignet Building in Gowanus, Brooklyn. | Vanessa Velez DeGarcia, courtesy The Corcoran Group One of the Brooklyn...

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Harlem church pins renovation hopes on adjacent 33-story tower
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Harlem church pins renovation hopes on adjacent 33-story tower

FXCollaborative Leaders of La Hermosa church seek city approval to renovate their space and build a residential tower next to it Leaders of a...

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Three months in, city’s first outlet mall is barely one third full
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Three months in, city’s first outlet mall is barely one third full

A couple walks through a near empty level of Empire Outlets on Aug. 26, 2019. | Photo: Jason Scott Jones/THE CITY The outlet mall, from developer...

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What $5,000 rents in NYC right now
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What $5,000 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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Mott Haven will get 80 affordable apartments for low- and middle-income residents
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Mott Haven will get 80 affordable apartments for low- and middle-income residents

The building will be 100 percent affordable and include supportive housing Courtesy of Dunn Development A new affordable housing development will...

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Bronx building will get 58 affordable apartments thanks to new city program
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Bronx building will get 58 affordable apartments thanks to new city program

A nonprofit developer aims to protect the affordability of 58 unregulated Bronx apartments. | Max Touhey The units will be upgraded and their...

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The Curbed New York moving guide
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The Curbed New York moving guide

Photography by Max Touhey Everything you need to know to make the city your home So you’re thinking about moving to New York City? You’re not alone...

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What $4,500 rents in NYC right now
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What $4,500 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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How to fix anything in your NYC neighborhood
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How to fix anything in your NYC neighborhood

From filing a noise complaint to getting a street tree planted on your block It only takes one quality of life issue in New York City—a noisy bar...

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State lawmakers promise ‘heavy penalties’ for landlords who violate rent laws
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State lawmakers promise ‘heavy penalties’ for landlords who violate rent laws

A row of apartment buildings in the Longwood section of The Bronx. | Max Touhey An Assemblywoman called violators of the newly enacted rent laws ...

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What $1.5M buys in NYC right now
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What $1.5M buys in NYC right now

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

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What does the future hold for Broadway Junction?
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What does the future hold for Broadway Junction?

Rendering by WXY Architecture & Urban Design/Courtesy of NYCEDC City officials unveiled a vision to reinvigorate the 25-acre area As part of the...

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Can small, vacant lots alleviate NYC’s housing crisis?
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Can small, vacant lots alleviate NYC’s housing crisis?

Only If Architecture designed a four-story building with micro-apartments, accessible units, and more. | Only If Architecture AIANY and city...

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What $2,400 rents in NYC right now
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What $2,400 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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This is how much having a roommate can save you in NYC
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This is how much having a roommate can save you in NYC

Mark Venema/Shutterstock.com Is having a roommate really worth it? Short answer: yes. New York City tops many lists of the most expensive cities in...

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