It came on the market at the end of last month At the end of May, a 1960s Leisurama in the Culloden Shores beach community of Montauk came on the market for $799,000 under Halstead Property agents, Tim Burch and William Kuneth.
The ceiling came down just after 3 p.m.
It comes with a huge eat-in kitchen Editor’s Note: this post was originally published October 19, 2017.
The expansive abode also comes with several terraces that are perfect for outdoor entertaining Manhattan’s Upper East Side is no stranger to multi-million dollar penthouses but few are as intriguing as this $25 million penthouse along Park Avenue that includes its very own water tower. Per the listing description, the five-bedroom, 5.5 bathroom duplex co-op is the recipient of a full revamp helmed by designer David Kleinberg
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A new effort called “She Built NYC” will encourage New Yorkers to nominate historical women to be honored with public artwork In efforts to honor women that have made a significant impact on the history of New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has assembled an advisory panel that will commission public artwork that honors local women and women’s groups. The panel that will helm the effort called “She Built NYC,” is being assembled in part by First Lady Chirlane McCray, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, and the Department of Cultural Affairs
The City Council will take a final vote on this project, located just south of the Hudson Yards megaproject A massive residential development just south of the Hudson Yards megaproject has received the nod of approval from the City Council’s subcommittee on zoning and franchises, Politico reports . Developers Douglaston Development and Lalezarian Properties want to bring a total of 1,200 apartments to 601 West 29th Street and 606 West 30th Street, respectively. In order to do that, these sites need to be zoned residential, and in order to build at the scale the developers want, they’re trying to purchase unused air rights from Chelsea Piers through the Special Hudson River Park District.
Two homes enter, one home leaves Imagine you have around $1.5 million to spend on a place and you’ve narrowed it down to two New York City homes.
The developer filed plans for a 15-story rental building in March this year The developer behind the revamp of Crown Heights’s Bedford-Union Armory has now filed plans for the second residential building that will be located within the complex. The Brooklyn Paper reports that BFC Partners is moving forward with an eight-story, 60-unit building that will rise on President Street, between Bedford and Rogers Avenues.
New legislation intends to give the Port Authority more options for where to put the AirTrain The LaGuardia AirTrain seems to be inching ever-closer to becoming a reality, now with the support of New York lawmakers. On Monday, the state assembly introduced legislation that authorizes the state’s Department of Transportation to seize public land to construct new airport link, reports the Wall Street Journal . Under the new legislation, the New York state DOT would have the power to take land within a two-mile-long corridor, located between LaGuardia and the Long Island Rail Road’s Mets-Willets Point station, if needed.