NYC Real Estate News

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 13:14

Mayor Eric Adams wants the state to boost housing supply by easing office conversions, extending 421-a and lifting a density cap

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 12:30
Photo by Martin Seck courtesy of the Prospect Park Alliance Do you ever dream about galloping on horseback down the busy streets of Midtown? Okay, well you can’t do that. But there actually are a number of places in New York City where you can go horseback riding, including at historic stables in Prospect Park and along the Jamaica Bay beachfront. Photo courtesy of Be•Brooklyn Equine At Prospect Park, Be•Brooklyn Equine took over historic Kensington Stables in 2018 and operates as the park’s only horseback riding facility. By horse, you can trot along the 3.5-mile bridle path and access areas of […]
Wed, 05/31/2023 - 12:30
New York City’s plunge in real estate sales is being felt citywide, with 193 neighborhoods seeing a drop in sales, according to a new report from PropertyShark.
Wed, 05/31/2023 - 12:23

Tredway and Gilbane are planning to bring affordable and senior housing to the site between Surf and Neptune avenues

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 12:06

Omnia Properties is expanding its building at 183 Chrystie St. to 17 stories and 57 residential units

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 11:30
All photos courtesy of Jane Kratochvil A new street mural along the 14th Street Busway in Union Square celebrates the intricate connection between humans and nature. Designed by Brooklyn-based artist Vanesa Álvarez, “Union with the Universe” uses serene designs and shades of color, inviting observers to slow down and take a moment to connect with the world around them. Unveiled on Wednesday, the mural was installed over a period of five days with the help of Street Plans, a Brooklyn-based urban planning and design firm, and other community groups. The mural uses motifs and designs found throughout Álvarez’s upcoming illustrated series, which features striking […]
Wed, 05/31/2023 - 10:26

The class-action lawsuit alleges that the city violated retirees' rights and engaged in an "unjust bait and switch"

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 10:00

The Lazard president remains optimistic despite amid housing challenges and attempts by other cities to lure companies away

Wed, 05/31/2023 - 10:00
Yonkers, Westchester County's biggest city, is a suburban area overlooking the Hudson River and has a short commute to NYC. Housing prices are lower than in NYC, but property taxes are much higher. Read all about this Riverdale alternative here.
Wed, 05/31/2023 - 09:46
Rendering by COOKFOX Terminal Warehouse, the newest reimagined workplace destination in the West Chelsea historic district, is nearing completion; a six-story addition atop the 130-year-old landmarked building recently topped out, as the New York Post first reported. The historic building, once home to the iconic 1980s and ’90s nightclub Tunnel, is slated to become 1.3 million square feet of wellness-focused office and retail space, with an investment of over $1 billion. The project’s developers, L&L Holding Company and Columbia Property Trust, along with architectural firm COOKFOX and New Line Structures, have made every effort to maintain the building’s character as New York City’s first major industrial facility with direct access to the […]