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Former Queens hospital gets green light for major mixed-use redevelopment
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Former Queens hospital gets green light for major mixed-use redevelopment

A rendering of the developed former Peninsula Hospital site in Far Rockaway. | Courtesy of The Arker Companies The massive Far Rockaway project...

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5 NYC real estate takeaways from broker Robert Khedarian
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5 NYC real estate takeaways from broker Robert Khedarian

Max Touhey Co-ops vs. condos, using social media to sell real estate, and more intel from a real estate agent Curious about New York City’s real...

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Facebook leases 1.5M square feet in Hudson Yards
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Facebook leases 1.5M square feet in Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards | Max Touhey The tech giant will lease space at three of the megaproject’s buildings Facebook has officially signed a lease at Hudson...

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For $789K, a graceful Upper West Side condo near Central Park
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For $789K, a graceful Upper West Side condo near Central Park

Photos: Courtesy of Halstead Real Estate The one-bedroom apartment has arched entryways and hardwood floors Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in...

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State backtracks on law that would unmask secret NYC condo buyers
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State backtracks on law that would unmask secret NYC condo buyers

Max Touhey New state guidance eliminates major changes for Manhattan buyers A bill that would inadvertently reveal the identity of secretive condo...

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Harlem community board rejects Lenox Terrace rezoning proposal
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Harlem community board rejects Lenox Terrace rezoning proposal

An aerial view of what the complex’s expansion would look like. | Davis Brody Bond Developers want to add five new 28-story buildings to the...

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Sunset Park officials push de Blasio admin for Industry City rezoning commitments
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Sunset Park officials push de Blasio admin for Industry City rezoning commitments

The Industry City waterfront complex in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. | Nathan Kensinger The push comes after a surprise kickstart to the rezoning’s...

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10 holiday gifts for people who love New York City
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10 holiday gifts for people who love New York City

‘Tis the season to support local makers The holiday season is upon us, and with that comes the pressure to find the perfect present for everyone on...

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Bronx jail site’s transformation into affordable housing breaks ground
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Bronx jail site’s transformation into affordable housing breaks ground

A rendering of the planned Hunts Point development. | Gilbane Development Company The project will convert the former jail site into a mixed-use...

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Lower East Side complex gets $3M tax break to preserve affordable apartments
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Lower East Side complex gets $3M tax break to preserve affordable apartments

The Knickerbocker Village complex, the bundle of brown-brick buildings just south of the Manhattan bridge near the ball field, will preserve the...

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Here’s what the Woolworth Building’s $79M ‘pinnacle’ penthouse will look like
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Here’s what the Woolworth Building’s $79M ‘pinnacle’ penthouse will look like

Williams New York Get a peek inside the iconic building’s trophy penthouse The Woolworth Building’s first condo listings went public four years ago...

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NYC isn’t building enough housing to keep up with job growth: report
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NYC isn’t building enough housing to keep up with job growth: report

Max Touhey | The city’s housing production declined an average of 25 percent from pre- to post- Great Recession It may seem like New York City is...

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Long Island City’s clocktower building gears up for a facelift
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Long Island City’s clocktower building gears up for a facelift

Courtesy of the Landmarks Preservation Commission/Darius Toraby Architects The nearly century old clock faces will receive a sorely needed...

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Preservationists blast revamp of Chelsea’s Terminal Warehouse
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Preservationists blast revamp of Chelsea’s Terminal Warehouse

Renderings: Courtesy of COOKFOX/Landmarks Preservation Commission Plans to renovate the historic structure include adding office spaces and an...

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Manhattan West’s tallest building officially opens
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Manhattan West’s tallest building officially opens

The triple-height, travertine-clad lobby of One Manhattan West. | Taylor Cruthers One Manhattan West is the first new office tower to debut on...

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Inside 111 West 57th Street, billionaire housing with a ‘point of view’
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Inside 111 West 57th Street, billionaire housing with a ‘point of view’

The landmarked Steinway Hall rotunda will be rehabbed into retail space as a part of the deal that allowed 111 West 57th Street to rise. A model of...

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Hotels south of Union Square may soon require this special permit
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Hotels south of Union Square may soon require this special permit

An aerial view of Union Square Park. | Max Touhey | The city is reviewing a proposal to regulate hotel development in the area Developing hotels...

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What $1.3M buys in NYC right now
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What $1.3M buys in NYC right now

Bernadette Pava, courtesy of Compass Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one...

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Central Park highlights historic sites of erstwhile African American village
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Central Park highlights historic sites of erstwhile African American village

Seneca Village covered the area roughly between 82nd and 89th streets and Seventh and Eighth avenues in a pre-Central Park New York. | Max Touhey...

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In Ridgewood, a charming condo with a garden wants $998K
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In Ridgewood, a charming condo with a garden wants $998K

Photos by Shannon Dupree from Donna Dotan Photography/Courtesy of Compass The duplex apartment was recently renovated Welcome back to The Six Digit...

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Union Square tech hub rebrands as Zero Irving, with new renderings
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Union Square tech hub rebrands as Zero Irving, with new renderings

A rendering of the tech hub’s roof terrace. | Courtesy of RAL Development Services Developers are billing the project as being located in “Midtown...

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New bill would block landlords from using biometric data to harass tenants
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New bill would block landlords from using biometric data to harass tenants

Manu Padilla/Shutterstock.com The piece of legislation would, among other things, limit the amount of personal data collected Amid growing privacy...

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Realtor Robert Khederian is answering your NYC real estate questions
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Realtor Robert Khederian is answering your NYC real estate questions

Max Touhey The Compass real estate agent will join Curbed for a live online chat Curious about what it’s like to buy a home in New York City right...

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Does NYC’s affordable housing program go far enough?
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Does NYC’s affordable housing program go far enough?

Max Touhey | A new report delves into where the city has fallen short in its housing plan It’s been five years since Mayor Bill de Blasio put forth...

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What $4,000 rents in NYC right now
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What $4,000 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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Stately Flatiron co-op with art-filled past wants $7.2M
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Stately Flatiron co-op with art-filled past wants $7.2M

Photos courtesy of Joel Pitra/DDReps/Compass The apartment has a large studio space and a gallery A co-op with tons of personality—and an art...

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Yet another Essex Crossing building has topped out
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Yet another Essex Crossing building has topped out

The building at 202 Broome Street, left, will have 83 condos and several floors of office space. | Courtesy of Delancey Street Associates The 14...

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Federal lawsuit over contested East Village school building is dismissed
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Federal lawsuit over contested East Village school building is dismissed

The former P.S. 64 school building in the East Village. | Caroline Spivack/NY Curbed The developer says the legal battle is far from over After...

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Bright and airy condo in former Clinton Hill seminary wants $750K
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Bright and airy condo in former Clinton Hill seminary wants $750K

Photos: H5 Property, courtesy of Compass The apartment has high ceilings and an attic loft area Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we...

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Can you answer these NYC questions from Curbed x Archtober’s trivia night?
Blog 1 month ago
Can you answer these NYC questions from Curbed x Archtober’s trivia night?

Max Touhey | www.metouhey.com How much do you know about NYC architecture, design, and the built environment? Test your mettle with these trivia...

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