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In February 2024, Google officially opened its new campus at St. John’s Terminal in Hudson Square. This day has been a long time coming – in late 2018, Google announced that it would spend $1 billion on a new campus in the former freight terminal of the High Line. The deal closed in summer 2019, ...
According to YCityRealty data, the price per square foot of condominiums in the seven Manhattan condo buildings that still carry the Trump name has dropped 23 percent between 2013 and 2023. Condominium buildings emblazoned with the Trump name have underperformed in respect to the Manhattan condo ...
In New York apartments, there's no question that high ceilings confer a number of advantages. They impart a sense of spaciousness and grandeur, not to mention fill the homes with an abundance of natural light. However, cathedral or double-height ceilings aren't necessarily for everyone. Ceilings ...
 
At a time when amenity-rich supertalls are gaining ink and attention from luxury buyers, listings in lower-rise buildings without all the bells and whistles, or indeed any, run the risk of being overlooked. There are many reasons why that would be a mistake. Such listings are sometimes located in...
During the Gilded Age (defined as the 1870s to the late 1890s), the opulent mansions lining Upper East Side streets were considered the center of New York society. More than 100 years later, Emmy Award-winning HBO drama The Gilded Age was recently picked up for a third season, some have speculate...
Manhattan Sales: For the week ending February 23, 2024, $236,073,937 worth of transactions across 144 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 64 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $142,719,832 Five condop sales came to an aggregate price of $17,678,578 75 co-op sales came ...
Fresh off last week's 2024 high of 26 luxury contracts ($4 million and up) signed throughout Manhattan, the week of February 19-25, 2024 topped it with 29 luxury contracts being signed. Olshan Realty's luxury market report ("Olshan") notes that the last time the market recorded this volume of con...
On occasion, diagonal streets such as Broadway slice across New York’s rectilinear street grid creating opportunities for wedge-shaped buildings that seem to sail onto the streetscape with the grace and grandeur of an ocean liner. The Flatiron Building on Madison Square Park is easily the most ic...
When a building has been in the works for a long time, the architect, amenity package, and neighborhood can build up the hype. But when the interiors don't quite live up to expectations, is it time to look elsewhere? Not always -- a spokesperson for One High Line says that when prospective buyers...
Slowly but surely, New York is improving its public realm for pedestrians and cyclists, whilst becoming more of a headache for drivers. With a growing network of bike lanes, the convenience of Citi Bike, and an extensive (albeit filthy) subway system, the city ranks among the best places in the c...
While most dog owners would say that the holiday is every day, February 22 has been declared National Walking the Dog Day. Dog owners are advised to celebrate by taking their furry friend on a long walk in a new setting, and there is ample opportunity for that in New York. Dog runs to accommodate...
As winter unfolds with one month to go, the allure of unwinding by a fireplace remains irresistible. While outsiders may assume New Yorkers only find such solace in communal spaces, many apartment buildings and townhouses, especially those predating World War II, feature cozy hearths within indiv...

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