Closing Now at The Marbury! A Historic Boutique Building with a Private Courtyard Garden.

SPONSORED: Nestled between Central Park and Riverside Park, The Marbury at 164 West 74th Street is a completely renovated and restored 1901 boutique bui … Read the rest of this entry >>

72nd Street Condo Built on Site of Dorothy Parker’s Childhood Home Will Bear Her Name

“I'm never going to be famous. My name will never be writ large...” Dorothy Parker, poet, writer, critic, civil rights activist, known for her biting wit, was wrong … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Police Explain Their Limits, Bette Midler Says Hello Ducky, Shooting on 94th, Farewell Robby Browne

Dozens of community members attended a meeting last Friday with NYPD officers to “sound off about safety concern … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Real Estate Update: Schools are Back, So Does Real Estate Follow?

SPONSORED: Schools are back, so does real estate follow? This is one question an article below tries to add … Read the rest of this entry >>

Men Living in Homeless Hotels Will Return to Shelters ‘When Appropriate,’ Mayor Says, But What Will Happen to the Hotels?

Sam Domb, the owner of The Lucerne hotel, on West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, has put his nearby townhouse on the ma … Read the rest of this entry >>

Seclusion, Space & Sky High Parking

SPONSORED: 200 Eleventh Avenue is a meticulously appointed 14-unit boutique condominium in Chelsea offering privacy and security unlike any other condo in Manha … Read the rest of this entry >>

Bright Flex 2-3 Bedroom Home

SPONSORED: Just up the street from Riverside Park and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument sits this lovely Prewar 2 bedroom and 2 full bath … Read the rest of this entry >>

Having Trouble Making Rent? State Assistance Fund Now Open for Applications

A boost to unemployment insurance and eviction moratoriums helped renters stay in place at the height of the coronavirus, but the money is running out and most eviction … Read the rest of this entry >>

From Cab Driver to Top Broker: An American Success Story

SPONSORED: Amjad Pervez arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport one day in 1998 with $250 to his name. “Fifty dollars of which I spent on the cab ride from JFK,” said Pervez … Read the rest of this entry >>

Rents and Selling Prices are Being Discounted on the UWS, Particularly in One Area

Landlords have been offering discounts on the Upper West Side, and one section of the neighborhood is seeing the highest number of selling-price decr … Read the rest of this entry >>

Children’s Museum Wins Key Vote to Turn Church Into New Museum With a Playful Roof Terrace

An empty, gutted, 117-year-old landmark church on 96th Street and Central Park West will get new life as the home of the Children’s Museum of Manha … Read the rest of this entry >>

The House You’ve Been Dreaming Of

SPONSORED: It's been a long few months in the city. If you have been cooped up with your family for way too long and you’re tired of wearing a hazmat suit just to use the ele … Read the rest of this entry >>

Nonprofit Offers New Details About Homeless Shelter Set Up Inside Local Hotel

The de Blasio administration was in the process of phasing out the use of commercial hotels as a stopgap method of housing homeless people when the corona … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Real Estate Update: Manhattan’s Biggest Price Drops & What You Need to Know

SPONSORED: Market activity has likely bottomed out, with contract-signed activity off over 80% from last year at this time; HOWEVER, there are signs of … Read the rest of this entry >>

Belnord Hotel Becomes Temporary Emergency Men’s Homeless Shelter

The Belnord Hotel, at 209 West 87th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway, has become a 149-bed “temporary emergency men’s homeless shelter,” according to a city off … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Philanthropist Richard Gilder Dies; Historical Society’s Art Bonanza; 94th Street Townhouse ‘Repositioning’

Richard Gilder, the philanthropist who supported some of the Upper West Side’s most treasured institutions, died on May 12th, at the age of … Read the rest of this entry >>

Affordable Housing Lottery Opens for 22 Rental Units Next to the Hudson River; $901 for a Two-Bedroom

The city has opened a lottery for 22 income-restricted units at Waterline Square, a luxury development between 59th and 61st Streets along the Hudson River. The … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Young Quarantined Artist Draws the View Outside His Window, Then Imagines the Same View in 1940

A 21-year-old Upper West Side artist named Benjamin M. has been home during the quarantine and he decided to draw the view outside his bedroom wi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Proposed 22-Story Building at 96th and Broadway Will Have One Affordable Unit, Developer Says

The public got a first look at a major development project planned for 96th Street and Broadway at a Community Board 7 meeting held on the Zoom video conferencing platform on Wedne … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Real Estate Update: What’s Really Happening Right Now

SPONSORED: What do we know? What can we predict? What follows might seem lengthy, but information worth digesting to truly understand what is currently happe … Read the rest of this entry >>

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