7 Mega NYC Developments Will Transform City by 2035

New York City has a number of ambitious development and infrastructure projects underway. Manhattan’s most recent transportation upgrade came in the form of the glistening, $4.5 billion Second Avenue subway line, which opened on January 1. On the other side of the island, Hudson Yards — the most expensive real estate development in American history — is under construction. And […]

The $95 million views from the Tallest Residential building in NYC

The new 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Standing at 1,396 feet tall, it’s one of the new apartment buildings becoming part of New York’s skyline. This building is 84 stories high making it the second tallest building in New York City, and the third tallest in the United […]

Trinity Church to build new luxury apartment towers

Trinity church manages 215 acres of the downtown area and it’s now looking to expand, with the land estimated worth being around $2 billion, the project is set to build new residential properties. Trinity Church is currently involved in the project of rezoning the Hudson Square, which is converting 5.5 million square feet of office […]

LowLine Kickstarter: An Underground Park on NYC’s Lower East Side

Delancy Underground, or the The Lowline, was a 2012 Kickstarter brought forward for the brain child of Dan Barasch and James Ramsey in New York City. The concept is simple – build an underground park for the community! The Kickstarter was started to help transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into a vibrant […]

New York Landlord Starting Tips

There are great opportunities to be had in the real estate rental business, however working as a landlord requires you to be prepared for a number of scenarios you may not expect. For the most part you will need to know a lot of things beforehand, which brings us to the first of our tips […]

NYC’s Most Interesting Real Estate Development?

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Famed architect Bjarke Ingels is in the process of getting his new NYC real estate development project off the ground. If you haven’t heard about his proposal for a “Pyramid Tower” on West 57th than you are missing out. The building’s design had been under wraps for a while before he released it to the […]

We May See a High Line in Queens!

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Via TheRealDeal.com Organizers of the QueensWay park project — also sometimes called “the Queens High Line” — have reeled in $1 million in funding and a feasibility study is finally slated to launch next week, the Wall Street Journal reported. The nonprofit the Trust for Public Land is announcing today that two New York-based firms, […]

Several Bids for Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital

Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital

At least seven bidders are in the running to take over the struggling Long Island College Hospital in Cobble Hill, and a number of the plans include teaming up with real estate developers on potential conversion projects, the New York Daily News reported. “The options include everything under the sun,” Craig Garner, an attorney who […]

New York-Presbyterian Hospital Expansion Plan

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

New York-Presbyterian Hospital lacks sufficient funds for its $1 billion state-approved expansion plan, and will scrap the maternity ward portion of the project, hospital officials told DNAinfo. Officials announced at a Community Board 8 meeting last week they have enough money for an ambulatory care center on York Avenue, between East 68th and 69th streets, but not […]

Weiner is Leader of real estate donors in latest campaign

Weiner leads real estate donors in latest campaign filings

Mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner won the most financial support from contributors with real estate ties than any of his opponents — and even all the candidates for every other city office, a review of the latest campaign records filed yesterday reveals. The former congressman took in $85,011 from 66 real estate-related donors from May 12 […]

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