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High-Tech Fitness Company Peloton to Relocate into New HQ in Midtown South

High-Tech Fitness Company Peloton to Relocate into New HQ in Midtown South

Peloton Interactive, a fast- growing high-tech fitness company that was founded in 2012, will soon leave its current address at 227 West 29th Street and move into new world headquarters in Manhattan.…

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El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 will Bring Affordable Live/Work Units to Spanish Harlem

El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 will Bring Affordable Live/Work Units to Spanish Harlem

With the reconversion of the long-abandoned Public School 109 in the East Harlem section of Manhattan nearing completion, artists and low-income individuals and families looking for affordable housing have until July 14 to send their applications and become eligible for the housing lottery.…

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HAP Seeks Approval to Build Mid-Size Condo Building in Chelsea

HAP Seeks Approval to Build Mid-Size Condo Building in Chelsea

HAP Investments, a real estate development company founded by Israeli entrepreneurs Eran Polack, Amir Hasid and Nir Amsel, wants to build a mid-sized condominium building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, across the street from to the Fashion Institute of Technology and within walking distance to Google New York Headquarters and the…

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Largest Urban Outfitters Store Worldwide Coming to Herald Square

Largest Urban Outfitters Store Worldwide Coming to Herald Square

A multi-level Urban Outfitters location is ready to launch in the so-called Garment Center in Manhattan’s Financial District on June 7. The Philadelphia-based retail giant who also operates the brands Anthropologies, Free People, Terrain and BHLDN announced the grand opening of its long-awaited “lifestyle center” in Herald Square, also known…

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FiDi Luxury Rental Tower ‘The Lara’ is Almost Fully Leased

FiDi Luxury Rental Tower ‘The Lara’ is Almost Fully Leased

The Lara, one of the newest rental buildings in Manhattan’s Financial District, is already 90 percent occupied after only four months on the market.…

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Developers Offer Limited Time Move-In Incentives for Prospective Residents at The Maximilian

Developers Offer Limited Time Move-In Incentives for Prospective Residents at The Maximilian

The Maximilian, one of the most stylish residential developments in the western-most part of Queens is now fully built, Real Estate Weekly reported. The announcement was made by McGowan Builders Inc. who served as general contractor and construction manager for the 12-story apartment building.…

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Triangle Equities Signs Lease, Anticipates Fall Ground Breaking for $200 Million Mixed-Use Project in Staten Island

Triangle Equities Signs Lease, Anticipates Fall Ground Breaking for $200 Million Mixed-Use Project in Staten Island

Lighthouse Point, one of the key projects of the revitalization effort on the northeastern side of Staten Island, has taken a major step forward as the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and developer Triangle Equities executed the lease for a long-vacant, three-acre parcel in the St. George neighborhood.…

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Furnished Quarters to Manage Extended Stay Hotel in the Historic 70 Pine Street Building

Furnished Quarters to Manage Extended Stay Hotel in the Historic 70 Pine Street Building

The 132-suite extended stay hotel at the iconic 70 Pine Street building in the heart of the Financial District will be operated by Furnished Quarters, a top provider of furnished apartments.…

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Developers Resurrect Plans for 130,000 Sq.Ft. Green Roof atop Barclays Center

Developers Resurrect Plans for 130,000 Sq.Ft. Green Roof atop Barclays Center

The multi-purpose indoor arena that the Brooklyn Nets have been calling home for almost two years will get a “green” redesign of its huge roof, Forest City Ratner Companies (FCRC) and Greenland Group Co. of Shanghai announced recently.…

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PROFILE: Corporate Housing Firm Connects Luxury Condo Owners to Extended-Stay Market in New York City

PROFILE: Corporate Housing Firm Connects Luxury Condo Owners to Extended-Stay Market in New York City

Companies today are eager to hire temporary workers. And that is a boon for the corporate housing sector, says Suzanne Miller, president of Empire State Properties.…

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Big Apple Goes Super Tiny: Micro-Unit Development in Manhattan Lands $10.3 M Construction Loan

Big Apple Goes Super Tiny: Micro-Unit Development in Manhattan Lands $10.3 M Construction Loan

It took more than one year to get this project going but the Big Apple is finally getting its first ever micro-apartment building developed on city-owned land. As previously reported by Multi-Housing News Online, in early 2013 Monadnock Development LLC, Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation and nARCHITECTS were selected as…

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Financial District Selected for IHG’s Fifth New York City Hotel Indigo

Financial District Selected for IHG’s Fifth New York City Hotel Indigo

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is set to expand its New York City footprint by opening a new Hotel Indigo in the Financial District, the company announced recently.…

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