• Big Storms, Big Lizards, and the Big Apple By Jonathan Tuason | January 27, 2015

    “Snowmaggedon” proved to be a touch hyperbolic, but a mild December couldn’t have sat for long, and winter has definitely come. Winter Storm Juno’s severity was underscored several times over.

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  • Go Green, New York! By Ilana Yoneshige | January 26, 2015

    In November 2014, City Council passed a bill that says NYC must cut greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050, inspiring a wave of green development. Though the green movement began in the early 1990s, there is a lot more momentum now.

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  • 5 Franklin Place is Back and Booming By Nalyse Seymore | January 23, 2015

    5 Franklin Place is Tribeca’s new luxury condominium, comprised of 20 stacked stories, 53 condos and only one 4BR, 4.5BA unit left that is up for grabs at $7.5 million. ODA Architecture is responsible for this high-end contemporary property.

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  • Green to be Seen: NYC's Most Captivating Roof Gardens By Jonathan Tuason | January 22, 2015

    New Yorkers leave the whole staring-upwards-in-awe thing to tourists, but that's a shame, since up these lofty heights, there are many buildings with beautifully designed rooftop gardens.

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  • Fav 5: 2015 Condo Openings We're Excited to See By Jonathan Tuason | January 20, 2015

    New York City’s skyline is constantly growing. From the supertall, ultraluxe towers of Midtown to the industrial-chic designs in Brooklyn, and in no particular order, here are five of our favorite new construction projects that are set to open in 2015.

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  • 3 National Market Trends, New York, and the Still New Year By Jonathan Tuason | January 14, 2015

    Last week, Realtor Mag published what they figure will be the four biggest obstacles for the housing market in the coming year: investor exits, tight lending criteria, rising mortgage rates, and fewer international buyers. But how does NYC stack up to these nationwide trends?

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  • Capital Looks to NYC for a Concrete Stake By Gerard Masilang | January 07, 2015

    Russians investors have moved their assets out of regions with economic uncertainty in recent years. Take the 2013 meltdown of the Cypriot financial system for example. Real estate in New York, Miami, and London greatly benefitted from the influx of Russian money because Russian investors pulled substantial deposits before the meltdown.

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  • Developers Going Big On Amenities In 2015 By Gerard Masilang | January 05, 2015

    Many buyers in the market for an apartment in New York City are interested in the amenities prospective buildings have to offer. Developers have recognized the demand for amenities like basement fitness centers and children’s playgrounds and include these kinds of amenities into their design plans.

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  • Elegran's Top Stories of 2014 By Jonathan Tuason | December 30, 2014

    2014 is drawing to a close, but with all the projects, trends, and regulatory changes that marked the past year, it stands to reason that 2015 is going to yield some pretty big developments.

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  • 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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