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Harlem has long established a reputation as a cultural and culinary center of Manhattan, and a residential building boom has taken hold in recent years. Near a particularly dense collection of epicurean hot spots is 300 West, a residential building offering 170 attainably-priced condos. When sale...
A few months after sales launched, 208 Delancey Street topped out construction at 12 stories high. The building is located near bustling Lower East Side nightlife and the Essex Crossing megadevelopment, but New Empire Corp. Chairman and CEO Bentley Zhao says their goal was “offering residents a c...
There's no place better to celebrate the holiday season than in New York. And if your home is in the city, there's an endless number of events and things to see that help make this time of year feel so special. As many of us begin to decorate our apartments, and face the realization that our spac...

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For the second quarter of 2021, the average sale price of Manhattan* apartments rose 10% Y-O-Y when compared to Q2 2020 and up 18% when compared to Q1 2021. The average sale price for all residential units, excluding townhouses, was $2.02 million, up from $1.84 million recorded in Q2 2020. The a...
As of December 1, 2021, CityRealty listings show 8,832 publicly listed condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses for sale in core areas of New York City. Manhattan's median condo price comes in at $2,368,713, and a median price per square foot of $1,854 both are up slightly from the beginning of No...
Every December, building staff across the city leave seasonal cards under residents’ doors. If you’re new to life in a full-service building, don’t be fooled—this card is not simply a chance for staff to extend holiday cheer to you and your family. These cards, which usually arrive in the first w...
Following the successful condo launches of 2100 Bedford Avenue, The Rutland, and 15 Jay Street, Long Island-based Metropolitan Homes is taking their development and building business uptown with Parc North, a ground-up Harlem boutique condominium at 127 West 112th Street. The seven-story limeston...
The number of residential listings for sale in Manhattan has slowly dwindled in 2021, now coming in at CityRealty listings show over 6,614 condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses for sale. As we close out the month of November and dive headfirst into the holiday season with a wee bit of uncertai...
As New York buyers grapple with the desire for more living space, budgetary realities force some to look to the outer reaches of the outer boroughs or even New Jersey. However, Roosevelt Island offers spectacular city views, easy access to central areas of Manhattan and Astoria, and a growing num...
Once upon a time, New Yorkers and tourists alike would spend this time of year admiring the elaborate scenes of the holiday window displays at Lord & Taylor, the department store at 424 Fifth Avenue where no detail was overlooked - even the scaffolding around the building was decorated in greener...
From November 21-27, 2021, a total of 222 condo, co-op, and condop sales were recorded in Manhattan, coming to an aggregate total of $353.3 million and a median closing price of $997,000. This represents quite a drop from the 385 sales totaling $708 million from last week, but the Thanksgiving ho...
Before the coronavirus pandemic, NoMad had begun to establish itself as Midtown South’s center for trendy hotels. Now, as New York begins to welcome international tourists back, NoMad’s “hotel row” hopes to resume its momentum. The NoMad, one of the hip hotels that put its eponymous neighborhood ...
While many Americans celebrated the return of traditional Thanksgiving Day festivities, the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 reminds us that the globe is deep in a pandemic. While it is too early to tell how the new variant will play out, it is understood that is more transmissible than ...

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