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Oct

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Mayor de Blasio has set a goal to create 100 megawatts of renewable energy on public buildings by 2025. With the recent completion of a massive project to install 3,000 solar panels on the rooftop of Building 239 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the mayor has successfully taken a .....
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Oct

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By | On category General , Market Report
After showing signs of slowing down, the Manhattan apartment market surged back to life over the summer as more new luxury condo development closings hit the tape. The average sales price for Q3 was $2,033,215, which is a 13.5% improvement from last year, and a 2.3% improvem .....
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Oct

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By | On category Legal
A new proposal that would provided legal aid to low-income tenants facing eviction or foreclosure has been receiving a great deal of backing from advocacy groups as well as many politicians. Recently discussed by the NYC City Council, the newly proposed bill would require th .....
30

Sep

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By | On category Buying , Selling
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 be closed over the last few weeks. Most Expensive Home of the Year Sells for $87.7 Million New York City’s most ex .....
29

Sep

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By | On category Neighborhoods
New York City is constantly looking for ways to make itself safer and a more convenient place for people to live. By investing money into transportation, roads and others infrastructure, New York offers its residents a beautiful place to live that is overflowing with modern .....
28

Sep

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By | On category Market Report
According to recent market reports, Manhattan sales volume for the apartment market was consistent with long-term averages while the resale market saw an influx of inventor that helped to set the pace at more sustainable levels. Meanwhile, the entry and middle markets remain .....
27

Sep

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With a recent report finding that New York City will lose out on $1.4 billion in tax revenue in fiscal year 2017 thanks to the 421a developer tax break, the City Council is calling for greater oversight of the $2.8 billion developers received in tax breaks last year. Meanwhi .....
26

Sep

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By | On category General
With the attacks on New York City having taken place little over 15 years ago, one can still walk around the city and see the changes that the attacks created. Not only did the attacks forge partnerships between the local community and government, but it also brought togethe .....
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Sep

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By | On category General
According to data collected from the National Association of Realtors combined with the average interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage, New York City is the fifth most expensive place to live. In addition, other studies have found that the city is lagging far behind .....
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Jul

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By | On category Local Events
Each summer for 50 years, Lincoln Center’s "Mostly Mozart Festival" has radiated an air of celebration, combining the exhilaration of summer with Mozart’s inventive genius and inspiring legacy. This year’s festival will take place from July 22 thr .....