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After transforming DUMBO into a neighborhood suitable for residential habitation decades ago, Two Trees Development is forging ahead with plans to turn the once-derelict South Williamsburg waterfront into a mixed-use community featuring some of the tallest buildings in Brooklyn. Last year, the Je...
For a while at the height of lockdown, Fifth Avenue looked eerily quiet between closed storefronts and fewer visitors. However, data showed a massive surge in tourism in 2021, and those numbers are expected to climb in 2022 with the reopening of international borders. When they come, there will b...
For years, many New Yorkers' real estate decisions have been swayed by how easily they could get from home to their offices in central business districts. However, in the wake of the pandemic-induced lockdown and more flexible work-from-home policies that ensued, buyers have the option of looking...

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With low inventory and a return of optimism for the city, Manhattan saw the average sale price paid for an apartment jump 22% in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the first quarter of 2021. The average sale price for all residential units, excluding townhouses, ticked up markedly to $2.1 mill...
Once upon a time, New Yorkers used to spend weekends waltzing into open houses in desirable neighborhoods. Some were seriously looking to buy, others wanted to get an idea of what their budget would allow, and still others treated it as a pleasant diversion. Either way, visitors could stuff thems...
Is Greenpoint the next North Williamsburg? For better or worse, judging by the progression of development on its waterfront and escalating sale prices inland, it appears to be heading in that direction. On the rental front, another new 40-story high-rise at 16 Dupont Street is set to burst out of...
Despite top-of-the-market prices relative to the rest of the universe, homes in NYC's recent condo developments sell out rather quickly depending on their size, quality location, and pricing. Looking back at buildings finished in 2018, the average residential condo building comes close to selling...
Updated 6/23/2022 with new lotteries in Midtown West, Hamilton Heights, Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, East New York, Jamaica, and the Bronx. When Mayor Eric Adams took office at the beginning of 2022, housing prices were an issue on many New Yorkers’ minds. The mass exodus from New York some...
From June 15-21, 2022, a total of 402 sales listings experienced price reductions. Among them was the full-floor penthouse at Liberty Tower, the co-op conversion of 55 Liberty Street. Dating back to 1910, the Henry Ives Cobb-designed building was one of New York’s first skyscrapers and the onetim...
The summer solstice fell on June 21, 2022 this year, making it the official start to summer and bringing more daylight to New York. Some mark the occasion with spiritual rituals or a yoga practice (this year marks the 20th anniversary of Solstice in Times Square), while others mark the day with a...
It took a few trips before the Landmarks Preservation Commission, but 545 Vanderbilt Avenue has reached key milestones. Not only did a recent site visit show that construction appears to be winding down, but a registration site has been made available in anticipation of a leasing launch for The A...
Manhattan Contracts: From June 13-19, 2022, a total of 226 townhouses, condos, co-ops, and condops entered contract The average time on the market was 68 days The total sticker price sum came to $472,589,899, and the median last asking price came to $1,197,500 There were a total of 106 condo d...
Manhattan Sales: From June 12-18, 2022, $762,453,170 worth of transactions across 327 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 160 condo sales came to a median price of $1,667,528 ($1,854 per square foot) Eight condop sales came to a median price of $1,600,000 159 co-op sales came...

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