According to a report recently released by the city’s Independent Budget Office, the rich in New York City are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer. While this may
A new study recently released by the Regional Plan Association has found that residents of the Bronx are more likely to get priced out of their neighborhoods than residents of
For renters in New York City, a bit of financial relief may be on the horizon. This is particularly true for those in the luxury market, with the average rent
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.
In New York, which has 3.5 million units of housing, new units completed in Manhattan from 2011 to 2015 that could be considered luxury high-rise units is just 14,911. As
Clintons Make a New Purchase and Marriott Acquires Starwood and the Most Expensive Home of the Year is Sold
New York City is an area with many notable real estate transactions taking place throughout the year. Here is a look at a few of the most notable deals to