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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Buyers Winning Homes They Do Not Exactly Want

You can perhaps call this as the security blanket of buyers. With the lack of homes available in Manhattan and in other parts of Brooklyn, home seekers within this area are not bidding on properties they are not really sure they want in the first

‘5Pointz’ Registered Entity in State

The developer building high rises at the former 5Pointz backed from its planned action to apply for a trademark for its famed name, though it has successfully registered the same with the state so it can legally use it on its future apartment developments. “The bottom line

Brooklyn to Manhattan in 4 Minutes by Air

Can you imagine how great it would be to travel from Brooklyn to Manhattan in just FOUR minutes? Not only can this save you so much time—beyond that, an initiative offers you the most impressive view of the city right from the top. Plans are

Long Island City’s Building Boom

Long Island City is no stranger to the influx of new development. Being one of the busiest neighborhoods in New York, this community has more than 22,500 new units of housing well underway, according to the data from the Long Island City Partnership. In this

Queens: Home of Mega Projects

  With over a dozen bridge, tunnel, subway and ferry routes between Manhattan and Queens, residential developers flock to this community to invest in residential projects.   There are more than 22 million square feet under development in Queens, as proved by the number of

First Look: 144-74 Northern Boulevard, Murray Hill

As reported last week, permits have been filed for a 14-story mixed use property to be developed at 144-74 Northern Boulevard in Murray Hill, at the east of Flushing in Queens. As of late, rendering for this seemingly unusual, two-tower complex that will rise between