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According to CityRealty listings, there are 907 public listings in Manhattan new development condos (defined here as buildings finished after 2016), coming to a median price of $3.317 million and $2,233 per square foot. This represents a 2% price drop from November 2020, when there were 937 new d...
When China Overseas Land & Investment bought a Kips Bay development site from Extell for $75 million in November 2017, its plans for the site were kept under wraps. However, renderings from CetraRuddy, a firm whose work includes NoMad’s Rose Hill, show a 34-story condo tower with a well-articulat...
Once an offer is accepted, buyers typically have a relatively short window of time between the offer’s acceptance and the closing date to get all their paperwork in order. During this time, which is generally 40 to 50 days, the onus is on the buyer to secure financing while also arranging to have...
 
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 (...
From Sunday, April 25 to May 3, 2021, more than 450 co-op apartments were listed/re-listed throughout core neighborhoods of New York City. Manhattan alone saw 370 listings come online asking a median price of $995,000. Studio layouts had a median sticker price of $467K, one-beds $625K, two-beds $...
The LeFrak Organization has spent the past 30 years transforming the Newport section of Jersey City into a thriving community across the river from Manhattan, but has not stopped there. Quite the contrary - the developer has turned its attention north of the four-acre park at Newport Green with T...
With many celebrities and executives waiting out the darkest days of the coronavirus pandemic from outside the city, some wondered if this was the beginning of the end of New York. One year later, though, New York is on the way to a full reopening. Broadway is expected to start reopening in Septe...
When perusing New York real estate listings, especially low-priced listings are sometimes accompanied by two words of warning: “estate sale.” That might be confusing to buyers from other parts of the country who are accustomed to hearing the phrase used to describe what is essentially a high-end ...
From April 25 to May 1, 2021, there were 254 apartment sales coming to an aggregate total of $479,322,622, and a median price of $1.31 million. There were 140 condo sales at a median of $1.693 million / $1,417 / ft2. The 112 co-op sales blended to a median of $845K.
While the Upper East Side has seen incredible new development in the past few years, much of it has been devoted to large, amenity-rich condominiums. However, after months of staying home in response to the coronavirus pandemic, some buyers might be more attracted to boutique buildings with more ...
Everything and anything can be a battle in New York City. We battle for personal space, parking space, schools, taxis, subway, bus and ferry seats, and, of course, apartments. We battle new developments that threaten to impact our well-being, housing crisis be damned. As slick new buildings compe...
As of April 30, 2021, there are 12,954 publicly-listed rental properties throughout New York. Inventory is continuing to go down to a point that may soon resemble pre-pandemic levels, and falling inventory could lead to rising prices - as of April 30, 2021, the Manhattan median rent comes to $3,1...
New construction at 11 Greene Street on the corner of Greene Street and Canal Street has been in the works since 2001, but the market downturn and design rejection slowed the process. However, things significantly picked up after newcomer Arch Companies took over the project from Thor Equities an...

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