One of the most highly anticipated developments of the year!
JANUARY 28, 2015 WRITTEN BY  
DEREK LEE
Luxury condominium River & Warren is one of the most highly anticipated developments of the year. Overlooking the Hudson River and nestled between Nelson A. Rockefeller and Teardrop Parks, where Battery Park City meets Tribeca, River & Warren is perfectly situated to enjoy the best of downtown New York living. River & Warren is ...
Our favorite new developments in Chelsea
OCTOBER 21, 2013 WRITTEN BY  
DEREK LEE
After a history of intense industrialization, Chelsea has recently been revitalized as a center of art, shopping, and culture in Manhattan. With attractions like the High Line, Chelsea Market, and hundreds of galleries and studios, the neighborhood is quickly attracting a cohort of up-and-coming artists, young professionals, and ...
Building Permits Piling Up in New York City
JANUARY 9, 2013 WRITTEN BY  
LAUREN BOULAY
Busy construction sites all over Manhattan are not a figment of your imagination, building permits were up 15% over 2011 in the first ten months of 2012. Forty new residential buildings were issues permits, totaling 2,287 new units that will hopefully hit the sales market in the foreseeable future. Across the river in Brooklyn, a ...
Could This Be Going Up At 325 Lexington?
DECEMBER 19, 2012 WRITTEN BY  
LAUREN BOULAY
It looks like another one of the city\'s infamous stalled construction sites is showing signs of a rebirth. 325 Lexington Avenue has been part of the new construction rumor mill since 2006, when the building would be 25 stories. Now six years later and six stories higher. the latest news is a 31-story tower, hosting 103 apartments, a ...
What\'s the Skinny on New Construction?
DECEMBER 14, 2012 WRITTEN BY  
LAUREN BOULAY
As the rivalry for the tallest building in Manhattan seems to be an endless endeavor for big name developers and architects, it seems that breaking less ground down below is becoming the new face of this endless competition. The buildings continue to grow taller, taking up the endless airspace that Manhattan has to offer, but the ground ...
Slow Launch at Philip House Shows its Worth
DECEMBER 13, 2012 WRITTEN BY  
LAUREN BOULAY
The Philip House in the Carnegie Hill section of the beloved Upper East Side is selling out of their select units put on the market in October. The prewar building at 141 East 88th Street went modern with the help of designer Victoria Hagan, and is still a work in progress. Bringing light to the darkened prewar units was an important ...
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