A One-Bedroom With a Private Backyard Hits the Market

SPONSORED: Look no farther for a pristine 1-Bed 1-bath with a private backyard. Situated between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues on 76 … Read the rest of this entry >>

NYIT School Reportedly Selling Building; Another Luxe Condo Complex Coming to Broadway?

The New York Institute of Technology has put its building at 1855 Broadway (61st) on the market, and it's looking to make more … Read the rest of this entry >>

2 Central Park Photos Show How the Skyline Has Changed (And Phone Cameras Too)

John A. Wells took two photos at Central Park's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir nine years apart, and they tell … Read the rest of this entry >>

Board of Standards and Appeals Upholds 200 Amsterdam’s Building Permit; ‘This is de Blasio’s BSA’

On Tuesday, the New York City Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) reaffirmed their July 2018 decision, stating that the building permit for 200 Amsterdam A … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Two Bedroom Hits the Market Just Steps From Central Park

SPONSORED: Join us this Sunday 6/23 from 1:30-3:30PM for Open House. Modern updates meet prewar charm in this spacious Upper West Side two-be … Read the rest of this entry >>

Museum of Natural History Breaks Ground for New Gilder Center; ‘Here We Go, Bravo, and Thank You’

It had the feel of a party, and everyone looked great. The mood was buoyant; people greeted each other warmly; cries of “Hi, haven't seen you in ages” floated abov … Read the rest of this entry >>

See What the Belnord Now Has to Offer; A Classic UWS Building is Re-Envisioned by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

SPONSORED: Closings have commenced at The Belnord, the Upper West Side full-city block landmark re-envisioned by Robert A.M. Stern Archit … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Two-Bedroom in a Neighborhood With a Similar Vibe to the Upper West Side

SPONSORED: Located in a coveted building along Prospect Park Southwest in Brooklyn's Windsor Terrace neighborhood, this bright, beautiful home … Read the rest of this entry >>

Owner Quietly Selling Two ‘Illegal Hotels’ that City Wants Preserved as Permanent Housing

For nearly two years, Hank Freid has been fighting a City lawsuit seeking a preliminary injunc … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Council Approves Cap on ‘Mechanical Voids,’ But Falls Short of Limiting Tall Building Heights

Last week, the City Council voted to approve a text amendment to the New York City zoning code, restricting the size and placement of “mechanical voids,” over … Read the rest of this entry >>

Elevated Living in Historic Harlem – Spacious New Condos

SPONSORED: Introducing the Alston – refined, boutique condominium living in the heart of tree-lined West Harlem. Located at 308 West 133rd S … Read the rest of this entry >>

Developers Get Permits to Replace Synagogue With Condos

Developers have received construction permits to replace the Shaare Zedek Synagogue with a new 14-story condo building with a synagogue on the bo … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Answer Column: Why Has a Sidewalk Shed on 86th Street Been Up for 18 Years?

Scaffolding! It seems to obscure every other building in the neighborhood. Why is there so much of it, and why does it stay up for so … Read the rest of this entry >>

James Baldwin’s Former UWS Home May Become a Landmark

Writer James Baldwin bought the building at 137 West 71st Street in 1965, and lived there on and off for the last two decades of his l … Read the rest of this entry >>

See What the Belnord Now Has to Offer; A Classic UWS Building is Re-Envisioned by Robert A.M. Stern Architects

SPONSORED: Closings have commenced at The Belnord, the Upper West Side full-city block landmark re-envisioned by Robert A.M. Stern Archit … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer Talks About de Blasio, Developers, and How She Learned to be Tough

It was the late 1970s, early 1980s, the dawn of the “crack era.” “Crack was everywhere,” recalled Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewe … Read the rest of this entry >>

After Latest Setback, Opponents Fear ‘Tallest UWS Building’ Will Be Complete Before Hearing

Opponents of a disputed apartment tower lost their latest attempt to force a developer to halt construction while they chal … Read the rest of this entry >>

Permits Filed for Senior Housing on Broadway

An 18-story senior housing development is expected to rise at 2330 Broadway between 84th and 85th Streets, an … Read the rest of this entry >>

Lawsuit Filed to Stop Construction of Extell’s 66th Street Tower

The 127-year-old City Club of New York, which once took on Tammany Hall, is now going up against Extell Development and the 775-foot residential skysc … Read the rest of this entry >>

Politicians Want New Limits on Hikes for Rent-Controlled Apartments

State Senator Brian Benjamin and State Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal rallied on Wednesday in Verdi Square at 72nd Street and Bro … Read the rest of this entry >>

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