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Articles about "Extell Development"

  • Open House Roundup: Saturday and Sunday, 01/09-01/10 By Serena Horrigan | January 08, 2016

    This weekend, we've got 8 open houses all over the city, including a spectacular penthouse and triple mint 2-bedroom in Lincoln Square and ultra-chic lofts in the West Village and Williamsburg!

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  • In the Shadow of As-of-Right Development: New Yorkers Take On Extell By Tim Sheehan | February 20, 2014

    Community Board 5 held a public forum on the impact of the “supertowers” ascending south of Central Park last night, and the public is none too pleased with the rampant development along the 57th Street corridor. Due to demand, the event was relocated to the 500-person Celeste Bartos Forum in the New York Public Library.

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