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Manhattan real estate is full of apartments with "high ceilings" of 10 feet or more, but double-height ceilings truly take spaces to a whole new level. Besides the wow factor, they open up a room and usually fill it with incredible light and air, Below, find available listings priced under $2.6 m...
John Tashjian, co-founder and principal of Centurion Real Estate Partners, has more than 29 years of experience ranging from investment banking to real estate development. With more than 1,500 sponsor condos under their belt and over $2 billion of assets in New York and California, Mr. Tashjian's...
According to a new report, the influx of people coming to New York is expected to outpace those who have left the city. It remains to be seen what effect this will have on New York's offices and tourism industries, but designers and developers are not waiting around to find out. We take a look at...

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For the fourth quarter of 2020, the average sale price of a Manhattan apartment fell 2% when compared to Q4 2019. The average sale price for all residential units, excluding townhouses came in at $1.907 million, down from $1.954 million in Q4 2019. The average price of a condo was $2.69 million (...
A pied-a-terre - the French phrase meaning "foot on the ground" - is known as an apartment, either located in a condo or co-op building, that the resident only lives in part-time. Pied-­a-­terres range from impressive apartments in luxury buildings, to more modest, small studios. The luxury pied-...
In a normal year, April 15 is usually known as Tax Day, the last day to file your income taxes and pay taxes owed. Like last year, the Internal Revenue Service has pushed the date back to May 17 to give individual filers, tax preparers, and the IRS itself more time to sort through the many change...
While a coronavirus vaccination site for theater, film, and television workers has recently opened, Broadway is not expected to reopen for several more months. However, that is not to say that New York is relinquishing its title as one of the world’s cultural capitals. The Open Culture program, m...
Despite Mayor de Blasio’s recent announcement that 80,000 city employees will soon report back to work on-site, post-pandemic, most private-sector workers will likely continue to work remotely or only be return a few days a week. As of late March, approximately 90 percent of Manhattan office work...
Cantilevers, among the showiest feats of architecture, are now abundant in the city. As readily available development sites become scarcer and smaller, as zoning height limits become more pervasive, and as air rights transfers have grown commonplace, the cantilever is a tool used by some develope...
As of this writing, CityRealty listings show 10,037 condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses for sale throughout Manhattan, northern Brooklyn, western Queens, and parts of the Bronx. The median Manhattan condo price has risen slightly to $2,200,019, or $1,727 per square foot. The median Manhattan ...
While the Upper East Side has seen some dramatic, amenity-rich new towers rise over the past few years, boutique condos have been few and far between. However, construction is underway on The Marx, a six-story condominium with six floor-through residences, and a sales launch appears to be on the ...
To look at plans for new developments that are set to transform the Brooklyn skyline, it's natural to wish it would hurry up - these architecturally inspired buildings will house luxe apartments with spectacular views and access to extensive suites of highly enviable amenities. But construction c...
Over the past seven days, a total of 651 new sales listings came onto the market throughout Manhattan. Condos came in at a median price of $2,250,000, or $1,811 per square foot. Newly listed Manhattan co-ops came to a median price of $869K (all figures per CityRealty listings). The following sale...

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