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Articles about "Upper East Side New Construction"
New Developments Carrying Out Pre-war Legacy
October 12, 2012
Seems like pre-war buildings are never going out of style. Developers are incorporating classic traditional structures into modern developments, making pre-war buildings something that will always be a part of New York City’s cultural aesthetic. The Upper East Side is definitely holding true to its history by birthing two high-end residential towers on East 79th Street. These pre-war buildings make New York City the attraction it is. What’s better than having the best of both worlds? With that in mind, it would make sense that pre-war residential buildings are the most desirable for Manhattanites, and so, the developers on the Upper East Side may be onto something.Read More
UES Trash Station Is a Done Deal
July 23, 2012
Oppositional apartment owners of the Upper East Side’s future 91st street Garbage Transfer Station received disheartening news when it was announced that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a permit to begin construction, one of the final steps required to begin assembling the station. The Solid Waste Management Plan, which was designed by the Bloomberg administration as a way to make each borough take individual responsibility for their waste, has been heavily protested by Upper East Side residents since it was announced in 2006. They say that the facility will have devastating environmental effects on the neighborhood. Residents and officials argue that not only will the streets be riddled with garbage trucks transporting trash daily, but also that the East River dump site will be located near multiple housing projects, hospitals, and schools, therefore posing a threat to local health.Read More