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Paul Whalen is a partner at the world-renowned architecture firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA). Whalen is a master at infusing the best of 20th-century traditional co-op design with the conveniences and necessities of 21st-century modern lifestyles. CityRealty caught up with Whalen to talk...
Residents of the Northern Hemisphere may have noticed the sun setting later in recent weeks, and June 20, 2024 marks the longest day of the year and official start of summer. As a result, New York will experience more sun and natural light over the next few weeks. However, with the help of skyli...
Some of the nation’s most highly valued real estate is located in or near established LGBTQ+ neighborhoods and vacation destinations. In New York City, Manhattan’s West Village and Brooklyn’s Park Slope are prime examples. But how does a community that often continues to face housing discriminati...

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Dawn David is a born and bred New Yorker who knows Brooklyn like the back of her hand, and the new development market just as well. With over two decades of experience in New York City residential real estate, Dawn has brokered hundreds of deals across various property types. Currently a broker a...
As of this writing, New York is in the throes of the first heat wave of 2024. Temperatures are expected to reach as high as the mid-nineties and made more unpleasant by a “heat dome,” a meteorological term for a phenomenon that essentially traps hot air at the surface and doesn’t allow it to esca...
As spring 2024 gives way to summer, CityRealty data shows that the number of available Manhattan apartments has inched up to over 6,700 listings in mid-June 2024, up from 5,960 listings in mid-March. However, median prices have held relatively steady across Manhattan during this time.
Central Park holds a special place in the hearts of both residents and tourists. This great breathing space of Manhattan has been the backdrop for countless movies, picnics, proposals, and runs. For many New Yorkers, it offers tranquility and a taste of nature, despite being entirely man-made.
Over the course of Hell's Kitchen's recent residential building boomlet, much of the new development has taken shape in the westernmost sections of the neighborhood in a move that offers both a central address and some detachment from the most bustling sections of Manhattan. However, as newly lau...
On Friday, June 14, at a time when much of Manhattan was signing off for summer Fridays, power broker Fredrik Eklund announced via Instagram that a penthouse at Central Park Tower, the world's tallest residential building, had sold and closed for $115,000,000 in "the biggest deal in New York sinc...
Manhattan Sales: For the week ending June 14, 2024, $268,516,274 worth of transactions across 145 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 75 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $174,126,626 Six condop sales came to an aggregate price of $14,930,000 64 co-op sales came to an...
In-person open houses are back and here to stay. Unsurprisingly, the most serious buyers and agents always prefer to visit a property in person. This article breaks down how buyers and sellers can prepare for an open house and why preparation matters.
Over the past few decades, the Lower East Side has evolved from a working-class enclave of tenements to one of New York’s hippest neighborhoods. Some celebrate this, but others despair at the thought of big-box retail chains and uber-luxury condos gentrifying a historic setting, sometimes at the ...

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