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$11 Million Extensive Renovation Completed at Tanya Towers

$11 Million Extensive Renovation Completed at Tanya Towers

After two years of extensive renovations, a low-rent apartment building at 620 East 13th Street in Manhattan’s Lower East Side was reopened last week during an official ceremony.…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Development and Design Trends that Drive Occupancies

SPECIAL REPORT: Development and Design Trends that Drive Occupancies

At a recent panel discussion presented by Multi-Housing News and sponsored by Interface and Universal Fibers an architect, investor and developer shared what they know about the development and design features that drive occupancies in apartments today.…

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City Announces Development Team for EyeBAM Mixed-Use and Cultural Building in Downtown Brooklyn

City Announces Development Team for EyeBAM Mixed-Use and Cultural Building in Downtown Brooklyn

A team of six entities was chosen by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development representatives to develop BAM North Site II, the last vacant property within the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District, also known as DoBro or Fort Greene.…

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The Lightstone Group’s Gantry Park Landing More Than 50 Percent Leased

The Lightstone Group’s Gantry Park Landing More Than 50 Percent Leased

New York-based aptsandlofts.com has leased more than 50 percent of The Lighthouse Group’s Gantry Park Landing community, which has been on the market for a little more than 10 weeks. …

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Lower East Side Mega-Project Includes New Andy Warhol Museum

Lower East Side Mega-Project Includes New Andy Warhol Museum

Could New York City get more pretentiously artistic than it already is? The answer is yes. There’s always room for more art in this city than anywhere else in the world.…

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53 Broadway Thriving in Brooklyn’s South Williamsburg Neighborhood

53 Broadway Thriving in Brooklyn’s South Williamsburg Neighborhood

New York developer Adam America, in partnership with The Horizon Group, is reveling in the success of its new 53 Broadway community in Brooklyn’s South Williamsburg neighborhood after nearly two-thirds of the building’s apartments were leased in its first three weeks on the market.…

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Sustainable Mixed-Use Building Nearly Complete in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach Neighborhood

Sustainable Mixed-Use Building Nearly Complete in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach Neighborhood

Construction is nearly complete on Bright ‘n Green’s fully-sustainable, six-unit, mixed use community in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach neighborhood.…

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$157 Million Luxury Building Underway in Queens; Continuum Announces Harlem’s Tallest Residential Project

$157 Million Luxury Building Underway in Queens; Continuum Announces Harlem’s Tallest Residential Project

The World-Wide Group, a New York City-based development company that has developed over $3 billion worth of premium residential properties in Manhattan over the past five decades, recently broke ground on a $157 million project.…

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Construction Starts at East New York Senior Housing Development

Construction Starts at East New York Senior Housing Development

Another residential project officially kicked off in Brooklyn last week as part of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s New Housing Marketplace Plan that aims to finance 165,000 units of affordable housing for 500,000 New Yorkers by the close of Fiscal Year 2014.…

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Affordable Rehearsal Space Available for Rent in Long Island City

Affordable Rehearsal Space Available for Rent in Long Island City

With such a thriving arts and culture scene, New York City visual and performing artists are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable rehearsal spaces—while trying to stop the demolition of some already established Spaceworks LICartistic sites, such as the world famous 5Pointz which will be replaced by apartments.…

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USTA Unveils $550 Million Makeover of the National Tennis Center

USTA Unveils $550 Million Makeover of the National Tennis Center

One of the world’s most anticipated sports tournaments is right around the corner. The 2013 US Open has reached its 133rd edition and will run on outdoor hard courts from August 26 to September 9 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, Queens. This year’s…

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BAM Fisher is NYC’s First LEED Gold Certified Theater

BAM Fisher is NYC’s First LEED Gold Certified Theater

The US Green Building Council (USGBC) marked another milestone last week when it awarded the LEED Gold Certification for New Construction to the newest addition of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).…

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