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Articles about "Downtown Manhattan Apartments"

  • Open House Roundup: Sunday 8/9 By Serena Horrigan | August 07, 2015

    This Sunday we've got open houses in Dumbo, the Financial District, and the Upper East Side. Come say hi!

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  • A $110 Million Castle in the Sky By Samantha Brown | June 04, 2014

    What is 9 stories tall, 8,975 square feet, and towers 792 feet above the rest of downtown Manhattan? The penthouse of the historic Woolworth Building, which recently announced the staggering and never-before seen asking price of $110 million.   

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  • Thirty Years in the Making: 50 West Street By Bryan Gamble | December 18, 2013

    Long awaited 50 West Street has been three decades in the making, but it’s finally starting to make headway. The project has gone through several revisions.

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  • Defining Downtown By Peter Black | December 17, 2013

    What exactly is “downtown” and why does it matter? The term “downtown” arguably originated in New York. Manhattan’s business district was (quite literally) downtown (south), whereas the largely residential uptown was (quite literally) uptown (north).

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  • Get Your NYC Apartment Designed--For Free! By Aby Thomas | April 25, 2013

    So, you’ve found your perfect New York City apartment—great! Now comes the tough task of converting your swanky new residence into the home you have always dreamt of. However, designing an apartment is hardly ever an easy process—one always wants the best furniture and fixtures in their home, and given the struggle that’s often involved in finding such pieces, this can make interior décor a very pricey and difficult project to undertake.

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  • Make Noho Your Next Stop for a New Home By Aby Thomas | April 01, 2013

    Noho may not be as “big” as Soho, but this downtown Manhattan neighborhood certainly enjoys the same buzz, if not more, as its southern counterpart. The historic district, which once laid claim to having some of the most fashionable streets of New York City, is certainly living up to its legacy—Noho continues to be an extremely desirable neighborhood to live in, with real estate prices here among the priciest you can see in the city today.

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  • LPC Grants City Landmark Status to Four Downtown Buildings By Daniel Muhlenberg | March 30, 2012

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to assign city landmark status to four federalist-style buildings in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, continuing their campaign to preserve Manhattan’s historical buildings that harken back to distant eras, in this case the time period that followed the Revolutionary War. 310 Spring Street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village and 32, 34, and 36 Dominick Street on the southern edge of the West Village were all given landmark status, which ensures their existence and severely restricts owners from altering their exteriors of these pre-war luxury apartment buildings.

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