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Articles about "New Constructions"

  • A Massive Number of Condos Are Headed for The East Village and the Lower East Side By Laura Schier | July 03, 2018

    Thousands of new residencies are currently available or about to be available on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. What does this mean for the area?

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  • Elegran Hudson Yards Hudson Yards is Yards Above the Rest By David Dam | February 08, 2017

    Hudson Yards is New York City's hottest new neighborhood. What milestones has it already hit in 2017?

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  • Port Authority Bus Terminal Bringing New Life to Port Authority By Samantha Martinez | March 20, 2015

    Port Authority is not the most ‘magical place on earth’ - officials have come up with a plan to transform the terminal, giving commuters hope for 2040.

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  • Gowanus Canal Want Waterfront Real Estate Once Gowanus Canal is Cleaned Up? By Nalyse Seymore | March 18, 2015

    Declared a Superfund cleanup site by the EPA, Gowanus is on its way to becoming the new “it” place to invest in luxury, waterfront properties and businesses

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  • Long Island City Urban Planning Social Media Everyone’s an Architect By Ilana Yoneshige | March 16, 2015

    The future of architecture will be molded by input via social media.

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  • Work Begins Again At Long Island City Crane Collapse Site By Ryan Daley | January 18, 2013

    Work has started again at the TF Cornerstone luxury rental site in Long Island City following a crane collapse on January 9th. After seeing no construction activity and around the clock police presence in the area over the last two weeks, two additional cranes are now on the property and and a flurry of work activity is being reported. The construction site, located in Hunters Point, sits directly behind the iconic Pepsi-Cola sign that overlooks the East River waterfront. 

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  • Using Vines to Beautify the West Side Highway By Liam Delaney | December 17, 2012

    New York City can always use more green space. In recent years New Yorkers have been getting creative with how they create their parks - think of the Highline and the upcoming Pier 57 remodel. The latest in this line is a new proposal to beautify the West Side Highway by using vines and waterfalls. The idea comes from New York City architect Laurence Tamaccio, who lives on Riverside Boulevard, and the project is slowly gaining support from Community Board 7 and Upper West Side apartment residents. If everything goes according to plan, residents of buildings such as the Avery and The Heritage at Trump Place will have a brand new green vista to look out on.

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  • Public Art Project Envelops Christopher Columbus By Yuan Feng | August 13, 2012

    We’re going to ask you to picture something bizarre. As is well known throughout Manhattan, a massive statue of Christopher Columbus stands proudly in Columbus Circle. Now imagine a massive tower built around the status, with stairs extending to Columbus’ head. And at the top of the stairs, picture a living room complete with a television capable of accommodating 50 people at a time. As you’ve likely figured out by now, such a project is actually on the way towards becoming reality. With funding from the city and design created by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi, the 13-foot statue is on its way to welcoming 100,000 new visitors to its peak on September 20th, 2012.

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  • Unearthing the Secrets of Collect Pond By Yuan Feng | August 10, 2012

    Collect Pond Park, set to be unveiled in Late September, is going to offer a one-acre space complete with the benches, decorated pavement, and fountains that we’ve come to expect in Manhattan parks. But while construction continues aboveground to create this new public space in the Financial District, a rather different story lurks underneath the site. During construction, the New York City Parks Department located an odd series of subterranean walls beneath the park. Upon calling in an independent archaeologist, the mystery was revealed: the walls were part of The Tombs, a former city prison that has been undisturbed for over a hundred years.

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  • IHOP on Carmine Street Raises Eyebrows By Yuan Feng | August 06, 2012

    Stretching for 2-and-a-half blocks between Sixth and Seventh Avenue in Greenwich Village, Carmine Street has been called an oasis in Downtown Manhattan. The street has historically enjoyed a reputation of being a romantic and classic area of the city. In recent times, Carmine Street has seen a slew of new developments and changes, including a variety new businesses and residences. The changes to this historic street have not been met without controversy, and indeed, some residents are lamenting the damage done to a classic area of Manhattan. However, most others feel that Carmine Street, rather than being corrupted by modernism, is instead embracing its changes and creating a lively fusion of past and present.

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