The New Hotel Belleclaire Entrance Takes You Back in Time

The Hotel Belleclaire on Broadway between 76th and 77th has undergone a major exterior renovation, and it recently revealed its new entran … Read the rest of this entry >>

Neighborhood’s Tallest Tower Gets the Green Light After Zoning Ruling, and Developers Eye Apartment Sales

A 668-foot-tall building on 69th Street and Amsterdam Avenue got the green light from a city board on Tuesday, prevailing over community g … Read the rest of this entry >>

Demolition Begins on Parking Garages and Residence to Make Way for New Affordable Housing

Two low-cost parking garages on 108th Street that stored several hundred cars have been closed to prepare for the construction of a new affordable housing develop … Read the rest of this entry >>

Disney Plans to Sell Several UWS Buildings to Developer; Preservationists are Wary of New Mega-Towers

Disney, which owns several properties in the West 60's, including the ABC campus, is set to complete a sale of the properties to Silverstein Prope … Read the rest of this entry >>

It’s Your Chance to Buy Into A Boutique Condominium on 71st Street

SPONSORED: Nestled on a charming Upper West Side cul-de-sac, 350 West 71st Street is a new exceptional boutique condominium by DNA Develo … Read the rest of this entry >>

Wednesday: Tenants Can Learn Their Rights and How to File Complaints at HPD Outreach Day

The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development is hosting an outreach day at Council Member Helen Rosenthal's o … Read the rest of this entry >>

Majority of City Council Wants City to Stop ‘Gerrymandered’ Zoning Lots That Allow Big Buildings Like One On West 69th

For the second time, the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) has postponed deciding whether or not to revoke the building permit for 200 Amsterdam A … Read the rest of this entry >>

Stakes are High as City Board Will Review Amsterdam Avenue Tower

On Tuesday, the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) will review a challenge to the building permit issued to SJP Properties to … Read the rest of this entry >>

Apartments in New Building on 80th and Broadway Start at $10,000; Big Units and a Bowling Alley

The "cheapest" apartment in a new building at 222 West 80th street on Broadway is $10,000 a month, an eye-opening price … Read the rest of this entry >>

In Fight Over Upper West Side’s Tallest Building, A Technical Agreement Won’t Stop Larger Legal Battle

The legal battle to stop the construction of a 668-foot building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue continues — as does the construc … Read the rest of this entry >>

When it Rains, It Pours — Right into the Basement of a Townhouse on 87th Street

Longtime owners of a townhouse at 37 West 87th have been experiencing an ongoing disaster that they say was caused by work done by Con … Read the rest of this entry >>

Cops Called on Black Man Moving Into His Own UWS Apartment

Darren Martin, a former White House employee under President Obama, was trying to move into his new apartment at 56 West 106th s … Read the rest of this entry >>

Large Affordable Housing Project Is On the Verge of Approval, Replacing Parking Garages

A controversial affordable-housing project on West 108th Street, between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, will be … Read the rest of this entry >>

Trump Organization is Fighting ‘Rogue Individuals’ Trying to Remove President’s Name from UWS Building

Some buildings on Riverside Boulevard have successfully removed the president's name from their facades. But the latest at … Read the rest of this entry >>

Brochure Offers Peek at Ground Level of New Broadway Development

A new brochure meant to attract commercial tenants offers a new ground-level view of the 33-story luxury residential tower … Read the rest of this entry >>

Weekend Column: An Imperfect Bagel Leads to a Perfect UWS Apartment

“You’ve GOT to try this bagel place, it’s the best in the city!” said our real estate agent. Knowing about bagels is a cherished pastime for New Yor … Read the rest of this entry >>

Opponents File Suit to Block Museum Expansion Approval, Saying It Will Cause ‘Catastrophic Environmental Damage’

A nonprofit group opposing the Museum of Natural History's plans to build a new educational center on its campus has filed a lawsuit against the pr … Read the rest of this entry >>

UWS Rents May Still be Too Damn High, But They’ve Been Slipping Lower

The rapid rise in rents on the Upper West Side appears to have slowed, and even reve … Read the rest of this entry >>

Opponents of Upper West Side’s Tallest Tower Have New Hope After City Letter Cites ‘Incorrect’ Zoning Interpretation

A stunning and somewhat surreal development in the saga of the proposed 668-foot building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue came to light at a town hall me … Read the rest of this entry >>

Future Use of Park 79 Hotel Remains a Mystery; Will More Affordable Housing Disappear?

A residential building that the city says operated as an illegal hotel for years has been sold, and now appears to be empty. The new owners of the Park … Read the rest of this entry >>

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