Real Estate News from August 2014

  • Upper East Side's Changing Facade By Tasha Moore | August 05, 2014

    There is mounting evidence that the notoriously swanky Upper East Side has changed to a considerable degree. Pricey penthouses, co-ops and boutiques remain fastened along the Park and Madison grid of streets facing Central Park. The Upper East Side's environs east of Lexington have seen most of the change.   

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  • Is There An App For That? NYC Apartment Hunting By Samantha Brown | August 01, 2014

    We’ve talked a lot about how technology is changing the real estate industry.

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  • One Vanderbilt In Development Rights Controversy By Lara Milbauer | August 01, 2014

    The recent news floating around Midtown East is of the proposed tower to be built at One Vanderbilt. This tower is predicted to rise to 1,350 feet, becoming New York City’s second tallest building. The size of this building is allowable, partially due to the Midtown East rezoning plans, but the terms of who owns these rights is where the issue lies.

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