Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s NYC affordable housing plan is ahead of schedule, city officials announced this week. The $8.5 billion NYC New Housing Marketplace Plan, as it’s officially known, was launched in 2004 to put into motion a promise made during the Mayor’s reelection campaign, in which the city would create or preserve 165,000 apartment units [...]
Monthly Archive: July 2011
Vibrant, historic, sprawling, frustrating: Harlem, whether east, west, or central, has long been one of our favorite neighborhoods-to-watch. Despite popular misconceptions, Harlem is not homogeneous. In fact, Harlem (including East Harlem) is the single largest neighborhood in Manhattan, and as such has a wide range of housing, restaurants, entertainment, etc. And prior to the economic [...]
All the numbers about the increasingly competitive New York rental market might be interesting in the abstract–the lowest vacancy rate in a decade! fewer concessions by landlords! the highest prices in Manhattan in years!–but they can really hit home if you’re looking for a Manhattan rental apartment right now, or if your current lease is [...]
After decades of neglect and sad decline, New York City’s riverfront has enjoyed an astonishing renaissance in the past dozen years or so, with neighborhood after neighborhood receiving the great gift of waterfront access for recreation and relaxation. Now, it’s the residents of Murray Hill apartments who are next in line for their own waterfront [...]
It seems hard to believe now that there were people–including plenty of local business owners and not a few residential real estate developers–who were anti-High Line, calling the abandoned railway tracks that run above and parallel to 10th Avenue an eyesore, and lobbying hard for the city to just tear it all down. Fortunately for [...]
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