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Aug

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By | On category General
From bills requiring short-term rental hosts to publish their addresses to the priciest foreclosure in NYC history being stalled, here are some of the real estate news items taking place in New York. Officials Propose Bill Requiring Short-Term Rental Hosts to Publish Address .....
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Aug

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By | On category New Developments
The Pier 55 floating park has been a work in progress for sometime now, but plans for constructing the new pier on the Hudson River continue to be slowed down by a barrage of lawsuits against the park’s development. After media developer Douglas Durst recently revealed .....
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Aug

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By | On category Local Events
For the first time ever, the popular Governors Island attraction will remain open until the end of October. Rather than closing as usual at the end of September, the park will be open until October 31. This gives visitors a full 6 months this year to enjoy the remote park, w .....
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Aug

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By | On category New Developments
In an effort to ensure there are plenty of affordable living opportunities in the city, elected officials frequently work along with tenants and landlords in order to help them reach agreements that are acceptable to all parties involved. On the other end of the spectrum, me .....
29

Jul

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There is no doubt that NYC is a hotbed for cultural experiences. If you are interested in enjoying art in the city, here are some great museums and exhibits that you might want to explore. Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) The Brooklyn Academy of Music maintains an extensive c .....
25

Jul

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By | On category Neighborhoods
One of the great parts about living in New York City is that the city itself offers many great amenities, but there are also several amazing small towns within a short drive from the city that are worthy of exploration. From opportunities to explore the great outdoors to bou .....
21

Jul

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By | On category Neighborhoods
While NYC has much to offer, there are also many great places to explore outside of the city. In this two-part series, we will explore some of the small towns near the city that are worth a daytrip or a weekend getaway. Cold Spring, New York Located along the Hudson Metro-No .....
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Jul

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With the warmer weather upon us, it is only natural to want to look for great ways to spend time outdoors in New York City. Luckily, while the city is home to many great city amenities, it also features ample green space and other opportunities for enjoying nature. Here is a .....
13

Jul

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By | On category Neighborhoods
From preservation of existing educational spaces to the development of new ones, here is a look at the news surrounding some of the city’s libraries and educational facilities. A growing number of people are pushing for more interiors at the New York Public Library&rsq .....
9

Jul

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By | On category New Developments
A number of new developments are on their way while others have been halted due to community pushback. Here is a look at some of the latest news for NYC’s residential developments. New Apartments Coming to Area Near Fort Greene Park A five-story residential building be .....