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What $3,000 rents in NYC right now
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What $3,000 rents in NYC right now

Allyson Lubow/Courtesy of the Corcoran Group Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores...

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First look at Essex Crossing’s second condo tower
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First look at Essex Crossing’s second condo tower

VMI Studio One Essex Crossing will bring 83 condos to the Lower East Side In the past few years, the stretch of Delancey Street just over the...

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What $1M buys in NYC right now
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What $1M buys in NYC right now

Courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that...

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What is ULURP, and why should I care? NYC’s land-use review process, explained
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What is ULURP, and why should I care? NYC’s land-use review process, explained

Max Touhey A breakdown of ULURP and how the controversial city planning process is crucial to life in New York The intricacies of New York City’s...

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At 220 Central Park South, four-bedroom aerie lists for $36M
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At 220 Central Park South, four-bedroom aerie lists for $36M

Max Touhey | It may be the first resale at the exclusive Billionaires’ Row tower A four-bedroom unit at 220 Central Park South—which recently...

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5 easy ways to upgrade your NYC rental—and get your security deposit back
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5 easy ways to upgrade your NYC rental—and get your security deposit back

Hanging art is one obvious way to spruce up a NYC rental, but there are other ways to make a space feel homey. | Kelly Marshall Five easy ways to...

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Contested Industry City rezoning splits community board vote
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Contested Industry City rezoning splits community board vote

Max Touhey The convoluted vote unfolded during a nearly five hour hearing After nearly five hours of deliberation, Brooklyn’s Community Board 7...

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How transportation affects affordability in NYC
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How transportation affects affordability in NYC

Max Touhey | A new report from the Citizens Budget Commission ranks NYC as the eighth most affordable large city, based on housing and...

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Williamsburg rents soar one year after L train shutdown switch
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Williamsburg rents soar one year after L train shutdown switch

Max Touhey Rents in the Brooklyn neighborhood have reached a new record high It’s already been a year since Gov. Andrew Cuomo abruptly called off...

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6 crucial ways New York City’s landscape will change in 2020
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6 crucial ways New York City’s landscape will change in 2020

Max Touhey | www.metouhey.com What to expect from New York’s transit, parks, megaprojects and more in the coming year Not a year goes by in New...

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What $2,300 rents in NYC right now
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What $2,300 rents 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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Manhattan apartment sales experienced a major slump in 2019
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Manhattan apartment sales experienced a major slump in 2019

Max Touhey Plus, the Chelsea Flea Market shutters after 43 years—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome...

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The trends that defined New York City in the 2010s
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The trends that defined New York City in the 2010s

Max Touhey Supertalls on the skyline, parks along the waterfront, the threat of sea level rise, and more major trends of the past 10 years The past...

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Curbed NY’s top stories of 2019
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Curbed NY’s top stories of 2019

Taylor Swift, a mysterious building, Vessel, and more This year, we chronicled the opening of Hudson Yards, the unstoppable rise in New York City...

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Mitchell-Lama applicants pay thousands, with ‘virtually no chance’ at getting apartments
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Mitchell-Lama applicants pay thousands, with ‘virtually no chance’ at getting apartments

505 LaGuardia Place, a Mitchell-Lama building. | Christopher Bride/PropertyShark A state audit found that New Yorkers paid thousands in fees with a...

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The year (and decade) in review in New York City
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The year (and decade) in review in New York City

Max Touhey Plus, the 14th Street busway is working—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New York...

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A new vision for a greener, pedestrian-friendly Downtown Brooklyn
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A new vision for a greener, pedestrian-friendly Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn. | Max Touhey The increasingly busy neighborhood could see its streets transformed Downtown Brooklyn has become one of the...

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Inwood rezoning struck down following community challenge
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Inwood rezoning struck down following community challenge

A judge has nullified the embattled Inwood rezoning, finding that Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration "failed to take a hard look" at how the...

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Lenox Terrace developer considers changes to Harlem project after pushback
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Lenox Terrace developer considers changes to Harlem project after pushback

A rendering of the proposed Lenox Terrace expansion. | Davis Brody Bond The developer has pitched an entirely affordable rental tower for the...

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NYC apartment upgrades have dropped. Are the new rent laws to blame?
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NYC apartment upgrades have dropped. Are the new rent laws to blame?

Shutterstock Plus, snow squall! And more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup Good morning, and welcome to New York Minute, a new roundup...

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6 NYC neighborhoods poised for major change in 2020
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6 NYC neighborhoods poised for major change in 2020

A battle over new apartment buildings in Two Bridges will play out in 2020. | Max Touhey Rezonings, new developments, and more big changes are on...

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

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

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New York City’s decade of skyrocketing rents
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New York City’s decade of skyrocketing rents

Max Touhey | As the decade comes to a close, the rent in NYC is still too damn high It’s been a roller coaster of a decade for New York City...

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What $900,000 buys in NYC right now
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What $900,000 buys in NYC right now

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

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Upper East Side NYCHA tenants sue as new development looms
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Upper East Side NYCHA tenants sue as new development looms

The Holmes Towers NYCHA complex on the Upper East Side. | Mark Lennihan/Associated Press “It’s unbelievable that we have to live this way” Tenants...

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New York City’s best museum gift shops
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New York City’s best museum gift shops

The MoMA Store. | Max Touhey Find the perfect present for anyone on your list at these museum shops The holidays are fast approaching, and if you...

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A decade of destruction in New York City
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A decade of destruction in New York City

New York City has lost countless cultural and historic institutions in the past decade Over the last decade, the landscape of New York City has...

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NYC real estate, architecture, and more in 2019: The year in review
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NYC real estate, architecture, and more in 2019: The year in review

Max Touhey The best architecture, biggest real estate deals, landmark battles, and more From the biggest real estate deals and preservation battles...

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NYC’s biggest preservation battles of 2019
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NYC’s biggest preservation battles of 2019

Alexandra Schuler/picture alliance via Getty Images From the Strand to the former Four Seasons As new developments and major construction projects...

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For under $1M, a chic Lower East Side duplex co-op
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For under $1M, a chic Lower East Side duplex co-op

Photos: Courtesy of Halstead The one-bedroom apartment comes with a private terrace Welcome back to The Six-Digit Club, in which we take a look at...

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