I remember the first time I went to Battery Park City. It was back in the late 1980s, and I was visiting a friend who had just moved into one of those earliest rental apartments to go on the market, and the whole place seemed a million miles away, like some suburban neighborhood had been [...]
Tagged: New Developments
Will Brooklyn’s Williamsburg ever going to stop getting so much attention? Uh, probably not. Because as long as this dynamic neighborhood keeps changing, and people keep opening interesting new restaurants and stores and movie theaters and galleries, and especially, if people keep building new Williamsburg apartments, we are going to keep talking about it. A [...]
Plans are moving forward for at least three huge new towers in Midtown, all competing for the title of the tallest residential building in NYC. This is just one sign that new development and construction in NYC is slowly picking up again. The numbers are still high for so-called stalled NYC construction projects–demolition and/or development [...]
It wasn’t so long ago that the Brooklyn neighborhood of Gowanus had many of New York City’s (and the country’s) biggest developers chomping at the bit, throwing money around, planning huge residential projects that would transform the area’s post-industrial landscape. No small scale development in sight, these were big plans.
Manhattan rental apartments throughout Lower Manhattan have, over the last five years or so, steadily become some of the most attractive properties in the entire city… and not just as pied-a-terres for bankers, either. Families, creative types, and professionals of all sorts have been flocking to the Financial District (FiDi) of late, enticed not only [...]
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