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There are no apartments to rent in Manhattan

There are no apartments to rent in Manhattan

Almost 99 percent of Manhattan rentals are currently occupied, according to a new market report. The vacancy rate is now 1.07 percent, the lowest it has been in three years,… Continue reading

Sky-high in FiDi

Sky-high in FiDi

APRIL 28, 2015 • When thinking about supertall, record-breaking and gravity-defying residential towers in New York, the ones that first come to mind are 432 Park Avenue (the current record holder… Continue reading

Manhattan inventory hits record low in February: report

Manhattan inventory hits record low in February: report

MARCH 27, 2015 • It’s hard to walk more than a block in Manhattan without stumbling across a residential condominium project in the works, but until all that spanking new product… Continue reading

NYC developers target mid-market buyers with fancy pads

NYC developers target mid-market buyers with fancy pads

MARCH 18, 2015 • If there’s anyone coming out on top right now in Manhattan’s luxury real estate market, it’s the guy in the middle. Specifically, the lower-priced buyer subset that… Continue reading

Forget gold and stocks, Manhattan real estate is where the 1% store their riches

Forget gold and stocks, Manhattan real estate is where the 1% store their riches

APRIL 21, 2015 • A Manhattan apartment is the new gold. Larry Fink, who built BlackRock Inc. BLK, -0.05% into the world’s largest money manager, had this to say at conference… Continue reading

Fifth Avenue now the world’s most expensive retail address

Fifth Avenue now the world’s most expensive retail address

NOVEMBER 19, 2014 • New York’s Upper Fifth Avenue is now the world’s most expensive place to lease retail. Fifth Avenue has surpassed Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, according to Bloomberg… Continue reading

SHoP’s Revised, Shorter South Street Seaport Tower, Revealed!

SHoP’s Revised, Shorter South Street Seaport Tower, Revealed!

NOVEMBER 20, 2014 • Last night, developer Howard Hughes Corporation presented 300 slides worth of information to community members, all about the revised version of the neighbor-hated residential tower they… Continue reading

The Pay Phone of the Future Will Have Wi-Fi, Charging Stations

The Pay Phone of the Future Will Have Wi-Fi, Charging Stations

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 • In 2012, Mayor Bloomberg first kick-started a pilot program to overhaul the thousands of useless pay phones that dot New York City’s streets, launching a design… Continue reading

Mobile advertising firm to take 44K sf at One WTC

Mobile advertising firm to take 44K sf at One WTC

NOVEMBER 18, 2014 • With mobile advertising firm xAd inking a 43,849-square-foot lease for the tower’s 60th floor, the Port Authority and Durst Organization’s One World Trade Center is now… Continue reading

Columbia University’s new medical center is shaping up

NOVEMBER 15, 2014 • Nearly two years ago Columbia University unveiled plans for its Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed medical center in Washington Heights. Now the tower is rising, and its… Continue reading

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