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Bargains for Billionaires in New York Real Estate

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | November 07, 2013<p>Placing the words ‘billionaire’ and ‘bargain’ in the same sentence is really one of those weird phenomenons …

It’s Alive! MoMA Tower Jumpstarted by Foreign Investment

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | November 04, 2013<p>In yet another series of fortunate financial events, the vacant lot adjacent to the MoMA has received a …

Scandalous Historical Headquarters Reaches Landmark Status

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 05, 2013<p>The infamous political powerhouse that reigned supreme in New York City between the 1790s and the 1960s …

LEED Certification Getting A Makeover

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | November 06, 2013<p>The grey, concrete metropolis—known by most as New York City—is getting greener. <i>A lot greener.</i><p>The Green …

Honoring Veterans in New York City

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | November 08, 2013<p>In the spirit of Veterans Day and venerating the pain, sacrifice and courage of our country’s servicemen …

Al Jazeera America Searches For A Midtown Dwelling

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 12, 2013<p>Al Jazeera English is the Doha, Qatar based news network that is based off the original Arabic Al …

Queens is Movin' On Up: City Council Approves Hallets Point Project

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 13, 2013<p>Is Queens the new Manhattan? Most people would say it isn’t, but it sure is getting the all-star …

Crowdfunding in the NYC Real Estate Market: The Next Big Thing?

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 14, 2013<p>iPod docks, lightbulbs, 3D printers, video games, movies, and theater troupes are just an example of the …

All Is Well: Dicaprio's New Wellness Pad

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | November 15, 2013<p>Apparently the only thing more important to Leonardo Dicaprio than “going green” is “going well.” The …

Steiner Studios Media Campus Will Bring Hollywood to Brooklyn

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 18, 2013<p>If you thought Williamsburg was the end all be all of Brooklyn, you are sorely mistaken. Is the Barclays …

New Liberty Park Will Give You Panoramic Views of the 9/11 Memorial

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | November 22, 2013<p>After learning earlier this month that 1 World Trade Center is the tallest building in the western …

Let's Get Visual: 5 Awesome Maps of NYC

Written By <b>Tim Sheehan</b> | November 26, 2013<p>Data is beautiful. It's even better when that data is about your own city. And data is most beautiful when …

It’s Curtains for the New York City Opera

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | October 08, 2013<p>After a long struggle to raise funding, the New York City Opera has failed to accumulate the $7 million …

Banksy's Art Getting New York's Attention

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | October 09, 2013<p>October is upon us and so is the “Better Out Than In” campaign of the world-renowned graffiti artist, …

Making Progress on the Second Avenue Subway

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 10, 2013<p>Time is beginning to remember “The Line That Time Forgot.” The 2nd Avenue Subway Line—which has been a bitter …

Macklowe's Risk is the Midtown Skyline's Reward

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | October 17, 2013<p>Harry Macklowe is nothing short of a risk taker. The developer and founder of Macklowe Properties has had …

A Year After Sandy: Red Hook and Rockaway Still Recovering

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 11, 2013<p>Hurricane Sandy’s one year anniversary is rapidly approaching. The hurricane killed 285 people and caused …

Say Goodbye to FAO Schwarz: Midtown Continues to Morph

Written By <b>Olivia Smedley</b> | October 15, 2013<p>In recent years, New Yorkers have seen the city around them change on a day to day basis. Everywhere you …

Business Blossoming on Orchard

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 16, 2013<p>In early 2012, the New York Times reported that Orchard Street was in the midst of a revitalization. New …

Tribeca: Where It Came From And Where It's Going

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 18, 2013<p>Tribeca rents are the highest in the country. A cornucopia of America’s rich, famous, and powerful own homes …

Queen's Mega-Project Approved: Willet's Point

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 21, 2013<p>Yesterday, the City Council approved yet another mammoth mega-project in Queens: Willet’s Point. This …

5Pointz Redevelopment Plans Approved

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | October 22, 2013<p>This October is witnessing a peculiar focus on graffiti art, partially thanks to Banksy’s New York …

4 World Trade Center Will Open in November

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | October 23, 2013<p>4 World Trade Center—which is currently the second largest building in the eventual 7 building World Trade …

SKY HIGH: The New Exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum

Written By <b>Shwetha Ravishankar</b> | October 24, 2013<p>The Skyscraper Museum’s latest exhibit “SKY HIGH & the Logic of Luxury” is on from October all …

Going Big: Designer Karim Rashid’s ‘Diamond’ Building Coming to East Harlem

Written By <b>Shwetha Ravishankar</b> | October 25, 2013<p>Designer Karim Rashid’s signature neons and candy-pop colors is what has set him apart in all of his …

Ultra-Luxury: The Posh Future of NYC Real Estate

Written By <b>Peter Black</b> | September 09, 2013<p>Cash is flowing into New York City real estate. Or, more precisely, into New York City ultra-luxury real …

Queens Plan Kicked; Bronx the New Goal for Soccer Stadium

Written By <b>Tim Sheehan</b> | September 17, 2013<p>With Queens out of the picture, Major League Soccer (MLS) is eyeing the Bronx for a new stadium and …

The Odd Couple: New York City’s Relationship with the UN

Written By <b>Bryan Gamble</b> | September 25, 2013<p>The annual United Nations General Assembly is underway once more and is treating New York City to a …