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Articles about "Luxury Apartments in Lower Manhattan"

  • Open House Roundup: Saturday and Sunday, 03/05-03/06 By Serena Horrigan | March 04, 2016

    This Sunday, it's all about the views! Come by our luxe 1 and 2 bedrooms on the Upper West Side and in Battery Park City with views of The Hudson River! Then head to our Brooklyn Heights duplex for amazing views of the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges.

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  • One Wall Street Gets Conversion Approval From the LPC By Serena Horrigan | January 22, 2016

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved Macklowe Properties' plan to convert the landmarked One Wall Street into a luxury retail and residential building.

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  • Chibeca: The Tribeca Development Boon East of Broadway By Bryan Gamble | January 03, 2014

    It’s not news that New York City’s recently flourishing real estate market has to do with an influx of luxury residential development but this demand has largely been limited to select areas. However this is slowly changing, in Tribeca at least, where property value has skyrocketed in the area along Broadway over the past quarter of this year.

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  • A Look at the One Madison Penthouse By Peter Black | December 26, 2013

    One of the most epic penthouses of all time recently hit the market. Floors 58-60 at One Madison are 7,000 square feet of opulence in the center of Manhattan. 360 degree views abound in this gargantuan glass box of luxury. To the North, the Empire State Building basks in all its glory.

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  • Duplex Penthouse at 56 Leonard in Contract for $47 Million By Aby Thomas | June 27, 2013

    When New York City’s real estate sector learnt that the penthouse at 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca had been listed for $50 million, there were many who had scoffed at the glass tower’s ability to command such a price in Downtown Manhattan. After all, the 820-foot tall building had been the subject of much debate in the recent past—be it the steep prices of the homes here, or its avant-garde, Jenga-like architecture, there has been a lot of love and criticism leveled at 56 Leonard.

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  • Return of the Sellers Market: How to Price Your Apartment By Andrew Warren | June 10, 2013

    It’s a bright and sunny Sunday afternoon in Chelsea. The owners of a newly listed apartment on West 24th Street are hosting their very first open house at 1:00 pm.  It’s now 12:45pm and already the lobby is full of people waiting to see this 18th floor two-bed/two-bath with an asking price of $2,500,000. At the end of the two-hour open house, the sellers are faced with the enviable task of creating a bidding war from between multiple all-cash offers they have received.

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  • Tribeca’s Franklin Place Hits the Market By Aby Thomas | June 03, 2013

    Although their sales office has been open since the end of April, it has only been a few days since the renderings of Franklin Place in Tribeca came out on the market. Developed by the Elad Group, the building is located at 371 Broadway, and it contains 54 luxury condominium residences, of which ten have been listed on the market ranging in price from $950,000 to $7.5 million.

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  • Foul On The Play! : NYCHA's Proposed Infill Plans Blocked By Janna Allen | April 09, 2013

    Those who are dwelling within public housing in New York City are not happy. Their simmering anger is being directed towards NYCHA and their landfill plan (pictured above), which sprung about late last month. Empty pockets and eager eyes have forced NYCHA to propose a sale of “unused” land located within several housing projects in Manhattan. Parks, seating areas and parking lots would be auctioned off to private developers and replaced by new luxury buildings with hopes of an upsurge in much need NYCHA income.

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  • East Village Luxury Condos Coming to Site of Old Jefferson Theatre By Tim Sheehan | February 21, 2013

    The East Village will soon be home to The Jefferson condominiums, which will offer 83 new luxury units at 211 East 13th Street. A poster outside the long vacant site is using its history as a vaudeville theatre to appeal to potential buyers, but its desirable East Village location alone is a reason to take notice to these luxury condominiums.

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  • Battery Park City on Ice By Laura Simmons | December 14, 2012

    Winter is here, and as with any other year, the holiday season seems to be one of major highlights. However, not everyone is filled with the holiday spirit this winter. Many New Yorkers in neighborhoods such as Battery Park City are still recovering from the damages caused by Hurricane Sandy. However, Santa Claus has delivered an early Christmas present to the residents of Lower Manhattan. Assembled in Wagner Park is the Liberty View Ice Rink, which is now open to the public for some ice skating fun. Many believe that after all Sandy victims have been through since the storm, this recreation is much-needed. Residents can feel free to use the ice rink as a place to leave their troubles behind and soak up some of winter’s magic.

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