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By | On category Buying , Neighborhoods
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 any other borough in the city. Entitled “Pushed Out: Housing Displacement in an Unaffordable .....
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Apr

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Several affordable housing projects are underway in the South Bronx. Collectively, these developments will bring 5,000 affordable apartments to the area while effectively transforming the region. Here is a look at nine of these projects. 425 Grand Concourse Trinity Financial .....
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Apr

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By | On category New Developments
Mixed-use properties, co-living spaces and apartment towers are just a few of the new structures coming to the city. Here is a closer look at each. Common Launches Two New Brooklyn Developments In January, Common opened the Common Baltic, which was the company’s larges .....
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Apr

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By | On category Neighborhoods
Experts have long been warning that Downtown Brooklyn is likely to soon experience a rental glut, and it appears that those predictions are finally starting to become a reality. Several new buildings have brought hundreds of apartments to the rental markets in the past year .....
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Apr

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By | On category Fun Facts
A number of celebrity real estate transactions have recently taken place throughout the city. Here is a look at just a few. Jon Bon Jovi Former Home Put Back on the Market Located at 158 Mercer Street, Jon Bon Jovi’s former home was purchased by Austrian-American busin .....
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Apr

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By | On category New Developments
A number of developments are on the horizon in New York City. Here is a look at just a few. Construction Begins on Ceruzzi’s 803-foot Midtown Condo Construction has begun on an 803-foot skyscraper being developed by Ceruzzi Properties. Located at 138 East 50th Street, .....
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Bordering Greenpoint to the north, the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg has changed significantly over the years. Characterized by its hipster culture, the neighborhood has also experienced a great deal of gentrification since the late 1990s. Known for its contemporary .....
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The Landmarks Preservation Commission has been quite busy. Not only has the commission added new interiors to the ever-growing list of those that are designated as landmarks in the city, but it has also continued to stall a condo development project as the architect works to .....
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Mar

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In this third installment of a three-part series of New York’s museums, we will take a look at some of the more unique museums that allow us to enjoy experiences that we may not find every day. From relaxing in earth rooms to experiencing other cultures, New York has i .....
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Mar

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From university’s undergoing changes to new residential buildings under construction, here is a look at a few of the developments taking place around the city. Duffield Street Mixed-Use Building Tops Out at 210 Feet A new 21-story mixed-use building that is currently u .....