When customers walk into the sales center for Platinum — a 43-story condominium complex in Midtown West that will open for occupancy in 2008 — they are treated to a digital representation of the building
The Dow Jones industrial average closed above 14,000 today for the first time, capping a stunning four-month rally that has been driven by corporate buyouts, strong corporate profits and stock buybacks.
Jonathan Miller of Miller-Samuel and the blog site Matrix comments on the current real estate economy in this video interview.
BUYERS looking for apartments with three or more bedrooms in New It could be a long, hard search, and even vast sums of money won’t necessarily make it easier.
THE New York State Energy Research Authority has revamped its program that provides financial and technical assistance to multifamily buildings with five units or more, whether they are rentals, co-ops or condos. (There is another program for single-family homes or buildings with up to four residential units.)
A spate of high-end residential development along Chambers Street is transforming perhaps the only truly commercial street in Tribeca from a scrappy strip into what may eventually be an elegant retail thoroughfare.
If the Manhattan real estate market is still a bubble, then it's a bubble with unbelievable staying power.
While housing prices are falling in many parts of the country, the cost of a Manhattan apartment is continuing to rise over all. But a stark divide is emerging between the prices of co-ops and condominiums. More buyers are choosing condominiums over co-ops and are paying far more for them, according to studies being released today.
The high sales volume in Manhattan's spring season is a sure sign that New York City's residential market continues to post strong results.
The Big Apple just isn't seeing the weakness that's afflicting other parts of the country. Video interview with Jonathan Miller.
He has only two credit cards — one for his personal use and one for business — and he says he pays them in full each month. He even wrote a check the last time he bought a car, a white Volvo convertible.
The developers who brought architect Richard Meier's glass apartment-house bookends to the Greenwich Village waterfront – a move that finally led Manhattan to the leading edge of residential design – are moving that edge another step forward with a new project abutting one of the Meier buildings.
A TriBeCa complex once composed of low- and middle-income tenants is fast becoming a magnet for the well-heeled, as the allure of the former warehouse district is allowing for rents once unfathomable in the brick fortress-like 1,300-unit Independence Plaza.
Lower Manhattan may be in the throes of rapid development, but according to some of its advocates, the neighborhood is still much in need of a creative presence.
Few individuals expected Lower Manhattan to rebound from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Just weeks after selling off one of his Hudson Yards properties for $15 million more than he paid, the uptown landlord has closed on two Harlem apartment buildings for almost exactly that amount.
Vito Lopez, the head of the State Assembly’s Housing Committee, went into this legislative session breathing fire down the back of a 36-year-old tax incentive for new apartment buildings that he said was gentrifying working-class neighborhoods like his dear old Bushwick.
In 1958, a promising but obscure writer for an architectural magazine applied to the Rockefeller Foundation for a research grant. In 1958, a promising but obscure writer for an architectural magazine applied to the Rockefeller Foundation for a research grant. Nearly a half-century later, the Rockefeller Foundation is inaugurating the Jane Jacobs Medals, accompanied by a $100,000 prize.
What kind of people live in this building?” That is often the first question brokers are asked by apartment hunters — But in recent months, thousands of brokers have learned that in answering that question, they might just be breaking the law.
As Manhattan condominium developers compete to lure luxury buyers, several buildings now under construction are incorporating increasingly elaborate on- and off-site wine storage facilities.
Brooklyn's Flatbush Avenue is getting a makeover that would make "Queer Eye's" Fab Five envious.
When Parimal Pandya, a 32-year-old network consultant at AT&T, walked into the sales office at Liberty Harbor, a mixed-use waterfront development going up in Jersey City, the sales agent launched into a standard pitch: the layouts, the finishes, the amenities.