Tracts of unused (or underused) Manhattan real estate have become increasingly rare in the past decade or so, and development-fever, which had slowed down for a bit in the recessionary years of late aughts, is revving up again. With a vengeance. The story plays out all over town–especially across the East River, in Brooklyn and [...]
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We love the High Line at Urban Edge, and the recently revealed plans for the High Line Phase 3 have us doing a little happy dance for what is to come. It’s been almost three years since the NYC’s High Line changed the face of the western side of Chelsea, its clever, contemporary architectural design [...]
For decades Manhattan turned its back on the Hudson River: access was limited and, frankly, mostly decrepit; development was minimal (with a few notable exceptions, especially downtown, and especially Battery Park City) with real estate barons preferring to grow their goods towards the center of our island.
I talk a lot about the huge, neighborhood-changing projects that will make a difference not only for residents of NYC rental apartments in their immediate vicinity, but that will also have a lasting effect upon the city a whole.
Manhattan rental apartment seekers have been keenly watching the news that keeps coming from the Far West Side (aka Hudson Yards), that stretch of real estate including parts of Chelsea and Clinton / Hell’s Kitchen, to the west of 9th Avenue, that developers have had their eyes on of late.
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