Keller Williams New York City

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  • Great Small Towns Offering Getaways for NYC Residents: Part 1
    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-North line, Cold Spring, New... Read more »
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  • Exploring the Great Outdoors in NYC
    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 look at a few... Read more »
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  • Libraries to College Campuses: NYC’s Commitment to Education and Preservation
    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’s Fifth Avenue building to be designated as New York City landmarks.... Read more »
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  • Exploring NYC’s Latest Residential Development Projects
    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 being developed by BCN Development will soon become a reality.... Read more »
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  • Maintaining a Strong Economy in NYC with Innovative Solutions
    There is no doubt that retail establishments and office space serve as the economic lifeblood of any city. After all, not only do these spaces offer places for people to work and to spend money, but they also attract new residents to the area. All of these variables are necessary to keep economic activity flowing.... Read more »
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  • Legal Issues Halt Development of NYC Developments
    As anyone who lives in New York City knows, the process of constructing new developments is typically a long and arduous one. Before construction can even begin, a number of legal matters often need to be settled in terms of zoning and gaining approval for the plans. A couple of projects that have already been... Read more »
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  • Historic NYC Buildings Get New Life
    With many historic buildings throughout the city, it comes as no surprise that developers are looking for ways to take these buildings and convert them into residential space or commercial establishments. Among these are the former Childs Restaurant and RKO Keith’s Theater. Childs Restaurant Reopens Following Renovations Coney Island’s former Childs Restaurant has finally reopened... Read more »
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  • Exploring New York City’s Many Attractions
    New York City is home to a number of attractions. While some gain more attention than others, that doesn’t make the other attractions any less spectacular. Here are a few attractions you might want to consider visiting when in NYC. 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Boasting eco-luxury lodgings, the 194-room 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is officially... Read more »
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  • 120 West 58th Street - PENTHOUSE
    Built in the 1920s, these condominiums are stunning examples of pre-war Manhattan architecture. Housing 50 apartment homes on ten floors, 120 West 58th Street is steps away from Central Park, Columbus Circle and AOL Time Warner Center. Walk to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and enjoy world-renown cultural venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet and Opera and Carnegie Hall. ...
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  • Several Residential Development Projects Moving Toward Completion
    A number of new developments are underway throughout the city, including those that required first demolishing churches and historical buildings. Here are some updates on some of the city’s residential development projects. Harlem Church to be Razed to Make Way for New Apartment Building The Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church will be soon be demolished... Read more »
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  • Expansions Help NYC Museums Meet Visitor and Resident Demands
    Several museums throughout the city are looking at some massive expansions to help accommodate the needs of visitors as well as residents. Here are a few of the expansions taking place. American Museum of Natural History Following approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission last October, the American Museum of Natural History is getting started on... Read more »
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  • Several New Apartments Coming to NYC
    A number of new apartments will soon be available to residents of New York City, with some being labeled as affordable and others being constructed from the sites of former commercial buildings. Among these are a tower being constructed from the former J&R Music Site in Park Row and new apartments taking the place of... Read more »
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  • Exploring Staten Island’s Transformation
    As the prices continue to rise in Brooklyn and Queens, a growing number of developers have been looking for opportunities in Staten Island. As such, a number of new developments and attractions are coming to the borough. While the North Shore will undergo some massive transformations, other parts of the borough will also see some... Read more »
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  • Exploring New York City Real Estate News
    From celebrity real estate to new developments and updates on those developments that have been in the works for sometime, there is plenty of New York City real estate news to explore this month. Former Will Smith Rental Hits the Market A 3,600-square-foot, full-floor renovated Noho apartment formerly rented by Will Smith has been put... Read more »
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  • Exploring Some of NYC’s Newest Developments
    A number of new developments have either recently opened in and around the city or will be hitting the market soon. Here is a look at a few of the newer options that you might want to consider when looking for a place to live in New York City. The Eugene Designed by Skidmore, Owings... Read more »
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  • Take a Break from the City with These Great Nearby Hikes
    While living in the city is filled with excitement and great things to see and do, it is always nice to get away from the hustle and bustle to connect with nature now and again. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities for enjoying the great outdoors that are easily accessible.  Here are just a few... Read more »
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  • Disparity Between Rich and Poor Continues to Grow in NYC
    According to a report recently released by the city’s Independent Budget Office, the rich in New York City are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer. While this may be good news for the wealthy, it is certainly a concern for those who are not quite so well off. Furthermore, this growing disparity can... Read more »
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  • NYC Real Estate Options Continue to Grow for Interested Buyers
    New York City is a city that is constantly growing, and new housing developments are no exception. Several new developments have either recently opened their doors to buyers or will be within the next few months. Here is a look at some of the latest developments. 121 East 22nd A 133-condo building at 121 East... Read more »
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  • NYC Celebrity Real Estate News
    A number of celebrities have been in the news recently regarding their New York City real estate. From historical figures such as Aaron Burr to more recent celebrities such as Tommy Hilfiger and Leslie Alexander, her is what is going on with celebrity NYC real estate lately. Aaron Burr Home Hits the Market Situated on... Read more »
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  • Improving the Life of NYC’s Residents
    From rezoning areas to increase housing opportunities to building new bike ramps in an effort to improve pedestrian and bicycle travel, there are many projects taking place in NYC to help improve the lives of its citizens. East Harlem Rezoning Gains Approval Following the city’s release of the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, the proposal... Read more »
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  • Exploring NYC’s Outdoor Art Exhibits
    New York City is home to numerous art museums and fantastic displays. If you want to enjoy some magnificent pieces without needing to head indoors, here are a few examples of outdoor pieces that you might wish to explore. KAWS, New York Made: Stanton Street Courts Renowned pop artist KAWS has teamed up with Nike... Read more »
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  • New Developments Increase Housing Options for NYC Residents
    A number of new developments have either recently opened in and around the city or will soon be opening their doors to new tenants and owners. Here is a look at a few that you might want to consider when looking for a place to live in NYC. Common Herkimer A project completed in partnership... Read more »
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  • Affordable Housing Initiatives Assist Those Affected by Gentrification
    Affordable housing is a concern throughout the city of New York. In an effort to assist residents who may be affected by gentrification, a number of programs and initiatives have been launched. Here is a look at just a couple. Beford-Union Armory Redevelopment Gets Help from Nonprofit Partner The controversial Bedford-Union Armory development in Crown... Read more »
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  • Hotels, Creative Office Complexes and More Coming to NYC
    From new hotels to creative office complexes, there are many changes taking place throughout the city. Here are just a few of the changes you will soon see. Restoration Hardware to Become Concept Hotel Restoration Hardware has received approval to move forward with plans to construct a concept hotel at 55 Gansevoort Street, an area... Read more »
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  • Study Finds the Bronx is at Greatest Risk for Housing Displacement
    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 Region,” the study found that 71 percent of Bronx’s residents are... Read more »
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  • 9 Affordable Housing Projects Bring More Residential Space to the South Bronx
    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 and MBD Community Housing Corporation have won a Request for Proposals to transform a public... Read more »
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  • Mixed-Use Properties, Co-Living Spaces and More Coming to NYC
    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 largest co-living space to date. Offering market-rate rooms as well as traditional... Read more »

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