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The public health emergency for Covid is poised to expire on May 11; however, memories of months on lockdown with neighbors on all sides are all too vivid for some New Yorkers. They may be coming to find that there is something to be said for boutique condos or rentals (commonly defined as a low-...
With the exception of some rumblings around pockets of Fifth Avenue shopping and the celebrated Grand Central Terminal, Midtown East has spent the past few years subdued in the wake of pandemic-induced office closures and long-deferred return-to-work dates. However, the area has seen some stirrin...
As of this writing, Lantern House is 84% sold (h/t Marketproof). The oversized bay windows, well-thought interiors, sumptuous interiors, and address near the High Line have proven so attractive to luxury buyers that it was among the best-selling buildings of Q3 2022. However, it is far from the o...

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While New York City has set new records for snowless streaks, low temperatures and gloomy weather nevertheless make many reluctant to go out. Fortunately, there are enough televised sports and entertainment options to see us into spring. The Super Bowl is scheduled for Sunday, February 12, six of...
At this point in the year, some of us start to slack off on New Year's resolutions and goals we might have set for the year ahead. However, that is not the case for these bold-faced names: Public records indicate that they have either sold or purchased their New York City apartments, an endeavor ...
Shortly after New York City offices closed at the height of lockdown, rumblings began about turning the empty space into much-needed housing. However, this is not as easy as bystanders make it sound. Mayor Adams is well aware of the city’s zoning challenges, and has thus recommended a rezoning fo...
While only one Manhattan unit priced above $10 million entered contract from January 23-29, 2023, this particular unit made quite a statement: Not only was #PHA at One Waterline Square the highest-priced contract by far with a $27,000,000 ask, but Olshan Realty's market report notes that it was t...
Manhattan Sales: For the week ending January 27, 2023, $516,898,765 worth of transactions across 274 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 106 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $325,915,329 10 condop sales came to an aggregate price of $11,144,999 158 co-op sales came t...
For New York renters, the security deposit, a fee dedicated to cover any damage done to a unit, has long been a key part of the process. A recent series of rent laws limited this to one month’s rent, but that can nevertheless be a daunting sum in a city where the median rent currently comes in at...
At 34 stories and 390 feet high, Eastlight makes a striking statement at the junction of NoMad, Kips Bay, and Murray Hill. However, the new condo is making another statement: Closings have recently commenced at an average price of $1,587 per square foot, with the majority coming in around or just...
As of this writing, CityRealty listings show a total of 4,866 for rent throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, parts of Queens and the Bronx, and the New Jersey Gold Coast. This represents a small dip from around this time last year, and that things may be starting to return to more normal levels -- 2021...

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