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Jan

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By | On category Buying
According to recent reports, New York City luxury apartment sales took quite the hit in 2016. With speculative reports at the beginning of the year calling for a slowdown in luxury apartment sales, the data for the year doesn’t come as much of a surprise to most in the .....
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Jan

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By | On category Local Events
New York City is a constantly changing city that is always looking for ways to enhance the lives of its residents. From library transformations to adding fun attractions to existing sites, here are a few of the changes you will see underway in the New Year. Carnegie Library .....
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Jan

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By | On category Renting
Recent reports have found that the cost burden for New York City renters are burdened by high rent costs, while the cost of apartments in Manhattan continues to rise. Study Finds the Cost Burden for NYC Renters is High According to a recent study, more than half of New Yorke .....
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Jan

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New York City is rich in history, so it only makes sense that authorities would be interested in preserving the city’s modern history as well. To that end, here are a few projects that have been designed to help preserve the city’s history for people to enjoy now .....
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Jan

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By | On category Buying , Fun Facts , Selling
Real estate in New York City is a hot commodity among investors and celebrities around the world. Here is a look at some of the most recent celebrity real estate transactions in New York City. Amy Schumer Finds Buyer for Upper West Side Apartment After spending a year on the .....
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Dec

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By | On category Fun Facts , Neighborhoods
After news broke that the Long Lines Building used by AT&T at 33 Thomas Street may be the center of operation for the National Security Agency, many were surprised and perhaps even a bit disturbed to learn of the building’s potential covert uses. Many may not know, .....
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Dec

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A few changes will soon be taking place around the city. From acquiring land to restoring landmark buildings, here are a few of the changes you can expect to see. City Acquires Last Part of Bushwick Inlet Park Following a bitter back and forth battle between the developer an .....
18

Dec

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By | On category New Developments
Some new developments and modifications to developments are underway throughout the city. Here is a look at a few of the developments you can expect to see. Sunset Park Megaproject Undergoing Changes A massive mixed-use development designed by architect Raymond Chan is still .....
15

Dec

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By | On category Buying , Selling
As most of the country inches toward recovery from the foreclosure crisis, a recent report indicates that New York City has not been quite as successful at turning things around. The same is true for the rest of the state of New York. This is according to a report released l .....
12

Dec

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By | On category Neighborhoods
Following a series of public hearings, the Landmarks Preservation Commission recently agreed to add 11 historic buildings in Midtown East to the list of New York City Landmarks. Here’s a look at the buildings that were added. Minnie E. Young House Located at 19 East 54 .....