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Dec

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By | On category New Developments
Ever since the Metropolitan Council on Housing’s June report on the tax breaks afforded to wealthy property developers, the market has come under mounting criticism. Affordable housing advocates claim that the 421-a tax exemption program designed to drive up residential de .....
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Dec

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By | On category Neighborhoods
New York’s Financial District is becoming an appealing option for many homegrown and international startups. You don’t have to look far to see why. In the famous words of Petula Clark, “When you’re alone and life is making you lonely, you can always go, downt .....
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Nov

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By | On category New Developments
In the past 12 months, Manhattan’s skyscraper scene has experienced a peculiarly high degree of activity. It’s beginning to feel as though every time construction on one of these gargantuan towers reaches completion, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approves plans f .....
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Nov

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If you’ve ventured down to the West Village in recent months, you would have no doubt caught a glimpse of the monster construction site commandeering the block between West 11th and 12 streets. As the signs encircling the site declare, this is The Greenwich Lane – th .....
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Nov

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By | On category General
  Standing 1,004 feet in the sky with an effortless chicness that dwarfs not only patrons but the city’s iconic skyline, One57 has been making quite the ripple in New York City’s real estate market–but so has its rival 432 Park. Scheduled to be complet .....
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Nov

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By | On category Architects
Rosario Candela—lauded as a “Master of Floor Plans”—was one of the preeminent architects of New York City with an ego to match despite his modest beginnings. Candela immigrated to the United States from Sicily at the prime age of 19 in the year 1906 to work with his .....