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Articles about "New Construction Condominiums"

  • NYC's New Construction Boom Continued in 2018 By Kristina Kennedy-Aguero | February 13, 2019

    Construction increased by 36 percent in 2018 in NYC. Are there enough buyers for all these new construction homes?

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  • stunning brooklyn 5 Finds in 5 New York City Historic Districts By Stephanie Lovelle | December 22, 2015

    You can find history all around you in New York City but what better way to be immersed in it than to live in a historic district!

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  • The Brompton Luxury Condominiums Manhattan Past or Present: 5 New Constructions with a Pre-War Twist By Nicole Kofkin | July 21, 2015

    Love pre-war architecture? Read about a special kind of new construction that interprets the style of pre-war buildings for a fresh, new mélange of the two.

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  • 118 East 59th Street Rendering New Construction A Chinese Developer for the Ultra-Luxe 118 East 59th Street By Ilana Yoneshige | May 18, 2015

    118 East 59th Street will be the first condominium to be solely developed by a Chinese developer: Euro Properties.

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  • A Chat with Elegran’s Nick Agostinelli By Kamini Ramdeen | June 06, 2014

    Elegran Edge recently had the opportunity to sit and chat with the active Elegran broker Nick Agostinelli. Sharing his insider real estate knowledge, Agostinelli told us about 220 Central Park South, an exciting new and successful development that was built by architect Robert A.M. Stern who also designed 15 Central Park West. Agostinelli let us into the world of real estate as he sees it and gave us an honest and true reflection of his personal experiences being involved in the New York City real estate market today.  

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  • Foreign Buyers' Trend Moves To Brooklyn By Kamini Ramdeen | March 19, 2014

    Photo Source: http://world.soufun.com/ Oosten Condominium is the soon to be developed 421 Kent Avenue building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Like many other condominium buildings in NYC, this one has a green roof, seven stories, 215-condo units, private pools, aerobics room, cafe, even an industrial design that has a glassy facade complimenting it’s exterior. What’s unique about this particular building?

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  • NYC's Debacle: Affordable Housing By Kamini Ramdeen | March 13, 2014

    Mayor de Blasio stated during his campaign that he intends to create a program that will develop 200,000 units of affordable housing over the next 10 years. The mayor’s housing team has a May 2014 deadline to formulate the plan to bring those 200,000 units into reality. The question knocking on everyone’s noggin is how is this possible if during Bloomberg’s three terms there were less than 5,000 units of affordable housing created. Not that there wasn’t a lot on the plate of our new mayor already, but will he able to live up to his goal?

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  • New York's Latest and Greatest New Developments By Olivia Smedley | December 02, 2013

    With the influx of people looking to stake their claim in the big apple, there is no surprise that new development, reconstruction, and expansion has been rampant for years throughout the city. This fall we are seeing a large amount of homes hitting the real estate market. Many of the new construction is happening in Manhattan, but there are also a large number of developments in the ever trendy Brooklyn.

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  • Supply, Demand & the Reemergence of the New Construction Market By Andrew Warren | October 01, 2013

    We’re already three quarters of the way through 2013 and by now it's old news: inventory is extremely low and prices continue to climb upward, full steam ahead. By now you’ve read the reports: Packed open houses! Apartments selling in one day! All cash offers! Bidding wars! Record prices being set!

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  • New Tower on the Horizon: 432 Park Avenue is on the Market By Aby Thomas | March 21, 2013

    Image Courtesy of DBOX for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties Move over, One57: 432 Park Avenue is taking over the title of the tallest residential building in New York City. At 1,396 feet, the new Rafael Vinoly-designed tower in Midtown Manhattan will be easily trumping the 1,004-foot One57 in terms of building height. And if the buzz surrounding the new skyscraper is any indication, 432 Park Avenue could soon be commanding prices that will rival the eye-popping amounts that were asked for the condominium apartments at One57.

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