Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A new study has found that New Yorkers are among the least satisfied renters in the country, largely due to the fact that rental costs are so high. To conduct the study, apartment-searching website Abodo analyzed data from the 2015 U.S. Census’s American Housing Survey in an effort to quantify the satisfaction of renters in... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A number of affordable apartment rental options are coming to New York City. Here is a look at just a few of the developments in the area. Lottery Active for South Bronx Affordable Apartments Designed by Dattner Architects, a new 12-story building at East 162nd Street is now available. Located in the Concourse Village area... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Dating back to 1967, the concept of “public art” has been a part of New York City for several decades. Pieces that have gained spot in the heart of residents include Isamu Noguchi’s Red Cube located in the Financial District and Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture located in Midtown. Yet, while this public art may feel... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A number of new residential buildings are coming to NYC. Here is a look at just a few of the new offerings that have either recently hit the market or will be hitting the market soon. 125 Greenwich Street Rafael Vinoly’s 912-foot Financial District condo tower will offer 273 apartments with a mix of studios... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • The Landmarks Preservation Commission is taking a look at plans to transform the Domino Sugar refinery building into offices. Originally being designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the project has now been handed over to Practice for Architecture and Urbanism to create the new designs. Whether or not the new plans will make it to reality... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • The Whitney Museum has unveiled its plans for a permanent art installation at the south edge of Ganesvoort Peninsula on the Hudson River, just south of where the Pier 55 “floating park” would have been located. Designed by artist David Hammons, the installation would be directly across from the museum and serve as a tribute... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • It is no secret that housing is at a premium in New York City. This is particularly true when it comes to affordable housing. Fortunately, new residential opportunities are being developed on a regular basis, though it seems as though these properties can never be developed and constructed quickly enough to meet the ever-growing demand.... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A number of new developments are either under way or will soon be started. Here is a look at a few of the newest residential developments NYC has to offer. 17 + 52 Convent Ave Two sister properties located on either side of Harlem’s Convent Avenue are offering similar features while also offering something different.... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • In this second of a two-part series, we will explore some of the best outdoor spaces to explore in the NYC area during the fall. Fort Lee Historic Park For Lee Historic Park offers a nice hike starting across the George Washington Bridge. From Fort Lee, hiking to the woods on the top of the... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Fall is a great time of the year to visit or to live in NYC. Regardless of which of the five boroughs you explore, you will find plenty of public art, parks and fall activities to enjoy and to explore. Even if you do not have a car, but would like to get outside and... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Greenwich Village is enjoying quite a bit of celebrity news, ranging from properties put on the market to renaming streets after celebrities. Keith Richards has put his Greenwich Village penthouse on the market while his neighbor Ann Dexter-Jones has placed her apartment on the market as she prepares to move in with her husband, Foreigner... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • From new tunnel projects to MTA prototypes and innovative scaffolding, here are a few of the new sights and happenings taking place around New York City. Gateway Tunnel Project Continues to Experience Obstacles Work on the Hudson Yards project could cause issues for the Gateway Tunnel project, for which state officials still need to obtain... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A number of new residential developments are well under way in New York City. Here is a look at just a few. One Wall Street Landmark to House Triplex Penthouse Financial District landmark One Wall Street is undergoing an office-to-residential conversion overseen by Harry Macklowe, best known for being the developer of the 432 Park... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Here is a look at some of the celebrity real estate transactions that have recently taken place in New York City. Steve Madden Purchases New Condo in Billionaires’ Row Fashion and footwear mogul Steve Madden has purchased a 4,624-square-foot condo in Billionaires’ Row boasting five bedrooms and 6.5 baths. Located in the SOM Architects-designed tower... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • The busy summer real estate season has come to an end with a record number of leases signed. In fact, August has the largest number of leases signed since the data started to be collected nine years ago. When looking at just the past year, the number of new leases signed also increased dramatically by... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A few megaprojects will bring additional residential space as well as retail space and restaurants to various parts of the city. While the first building in the Essex Crossing project has received its faced and is expected to be complete next year, the first in the Halletts Point megaproject has recently topped out with plans... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • From new office building developments to expanding businesses and potential Amazon headquarters, here is a look at some of NYC’s most recent commercial real estate and business news. Park Avenue Office Building on the Rise A new office building designed by Norman Foster is on the rise. Located at 425 Park Avenue, the completed building... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A number of changes have taken place in New York City since Mayor de Blasio came into office. Many of these have included working toward accomplishing his vision of creating more affordable living options for city residents. With an election coming up soon, de Blasio has been increasingly reminding voters about his plans for the... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Several new residential developments are well underway, with some nearing completion. Here is a look at a few of the developments you may spot around the city. Park Slope Development Goes on the Market Located on 13th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, some of the townhomes at Townhomes at Park Court have been put... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • While the use of concessions remains high within the rental markets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, recent market data shows that rents remain high in all three of them and that concessions may soon become a thing of the past. Therefore, for anyone who is hoping to find a more affordable apartment in the area,... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • From developments that have recently launched leasing to ones that are still in the earliest stages of development, here is a look at some of NYC’s latest residential development news. Watermark LIC Launches Leasing Watermark LIC, one of the newest developments in Long Island City, has recently launched leasing for its apartments. Designed by Handel... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • Tenants are taking steps to ensure their rights are not violated and that their voices are heard. In fact, a recent case was finally settled in court at which West Village tenants claimed their landlord was attempting to force them into paying higher rents in rent regulated buildings. Furthermore, a package of bills has recently... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • New York City is always looking for ways to improve transportation and reduce congestion in the city. To that end, here are some improvements and expansions that the city is looking to complete within its public transportation system. NYC Ferry Adding New Docks A recently-filed application submitted by the city’s Economic Development Corporation could result... Read more »

Keller Williams New York City
Keller Williams New York City
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  • A couple of new commercial developments are underway in New York City, offering new employment opportunities to the area. Staten Island Correctional Facility to Become Sound Stages After purchasing Staten Island’s former correctional facility for $7 million, Greenpoint-based soundstage company Broadway Stages is moving forward with plans to transform the space into sound stages. As... Read more »

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