Tell us in the comments It’s no secret that the Hamptons has a major tourist industry in the summer. There’s no shortage of places to go and things to see, from the Montauk Lighthouse to our amazing beaches to the Big Duck. But what do you think is the most underrated tourist attraction
The enormous skyscraper would rise across from St. Patrick’s Cathedral—and utilize the building’s air rights Harry Macklowe is planning to add another supertall skyscraper to the Manhattan skyline, not too far from his tower at 432 Park Avenue.
It was originally asking $62M; now it’s listed for $33.95M Former talk show host and television personality Dick Cavett has reduced the price of his iconic oceanfront Montauk property referred to affectionately as Cavett’s Cove.
You’ve never seen a townhouse quite like this before Every so often, a truly unique listing hits the market that’s spectacular beyond words. In this case, it’s this 6,400-square-foot warehouse conversion in West Chelsea, asking a cool $18.5 million . According to the listing description for this unorthodox home, the space is configured as a three-bedroom, 3.5-bath abode that spans four levels and features both ground and parlor level entrances
The Hudson Heights home has a jack-’o-lantern-esque facade After many years , several brokers, and a whole lot of real estate fascination, the famed “Pumpkin House”—the jack-o’-lantern-esque structure at 16 Chittenden Avenue in Hudson Heights—has found a buyer. Randy Lombard and Renee Junewicz of Sotheby’s International Realty took over the listing in 2017, putting it on the market at the time for $4.25 million.
The plan is expected to morph the gritty, low-rise area into a hot neighborhood of residential towers The city will reveal a new proposal to rezone Gowanus at a February community meeting, the latest step in the de Blasio administration’s plan to morph the gritty, low-rise industrial area into a neighborhood filled with new, more dense buildings.
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One of Dumbo’s last major undeveloped sites will become a 728-unit residential building The transformation of one of Dumbo’s long-undeveloped tracts of land is finally moving forward. Developers CIM Group and LIVWRK, which own the blocklong lot at 85 Jay Street, are prepping the site for its conversion into a 1.1 million-square-foot mixed-use development. In advance of that, the developers have unveiled a teaser website for the project—to officially be known as Front and York , a reference to the streets that bound that site—as well as renderings and more details about what the development will entail
The city released two task force-recommended scenarios to transform the gritty, industrial land The city has released two scenarios for the beleaguered Willets Point redevelopment project near Citi Field—including one that could bring a 25,000-seat soccer stadium to the Queens neighborhood. A community task force—chaired by Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and City Council member Francisco Moya—recommended two possible plans to the NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) for the city to finally transform a swath of the gritty, industrial landscape into a revitalized mixed-use development. Last February, after more than 15 years of delays , the de Blasio administration announced it had struck a deal to break ground on a development plan for 1,100 units of affordable housing on six acres, while leaving the newly-convened task force to reimagine the remaining 17 acres for the project’s first phase
New looks inside one of the city’s most secretive buildings Extell Development Company is pulling back the curtain on its New York crown jewel, the uber pricey and for-the-most-part secretive Central Park Tower.