• As Technology Progresses, Real Estate Adoption Follows By Jonathan Tuason | December 18, 2014

    With the world’s high rises continually breaking records, and the standard of their residences setting new bars, it stands to reason that the real estate industry will adapt new technologies — and even if the year is winding to an end, technology is always on the move.

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  • Harlem's New Developments By Brad Bergan | December 17, 2014

    Harlem 125th Street’s transformation is accelerating, attracting developers and retailers interested in investing in the rising market.

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  • New Construction: Mayor de Blasio's Rational Insight By Brad Bergan | December 15, 2014

    New York City’s capital spending is to be more “thoughtful and coordinated” than it was under Bloomberg’s administration--to ensure that neighborhoods grow more “rationally,” said City Planning Commissioner Carl Weisbrod on Thursday.

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  • 2015 Real Estate Market Predictions By Gerard Masilang | December 12, 2014

    2014 has been a record year for the real estate market seeing record sales exceeding the pre-economic crisis boom. Heading into 2015, real estate experts have offered their opinion on how they think the market will shape up in the coming year.

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  • 2015 Forecast: Millennials to Re-enter Real Estate Market By Brad Bergan | December 11, 2014

    First-time buyers of houses and apartments have become an almost extinct scarcity in recent years, however, this economic state of affairs may be concave up.

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  • Co-op à la Dodo, or No? By Brad Bergan | December 10, 2014

    No matter what else goes wrong in your life, you can always sell everything, move into one of those co-ops, and tend to your garden or knitting. Actually scratch that.

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  • 5 NYC Landmark Conversions from 2014 By Gerard Masilang | December 09, 2014

    The New York City real estate landscape is ever changing. New construction is seemingly everywhere, but developers haven’t forgotten about the city’s landmark buildings.

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  • Pied-à-Terre Tax: Concerning, but Vague By Gerard Masilang | December 08, 2014

    The possibility that New York City would charge an annual pied-à-terre tax has been a cause for concern for the real estate industry and left-leaning policy makers. Though there isn’t anything set in stone or changes in the law in the foreseeable future, talks of a new tax on secondary homes of non-residents of the city are being heard.

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  • One World Trade Center Dubbed Priciest Tower Ever By Gianna Villavicencio | December 04, 2014

    Lots of moolah went into One World Trade Center's reconstruction. Just how much, you ask? A hefty $3.9 billion, making it the priciest skyscraper in the world. The rate is almost double the next most expensive towers---The Palazzo in Las Vegas and The Shard in London, England---which both cost $1.9 billion to create.

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  • Big Buyers for NYC's Penthouses and Townhouses By Gianna Villavicencio | December 04, 2014

    New York is among the most exciting places to buy and sell property in the US, for its dense population and easy access to world-class business, art, dining, and entertainment. Thus, we've seen a number of penthouses break records in the industry. But as condo prices continue to rise, townhouses have also become a viable option for those who seek luxury living.

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