Can New York City achieve its Vision Zero goals?
Pedestrian deaths are down overall, but advocates believe the city needs to do more to achieve its goal of zero traffic-related deaths
NYC landlords offer more concessions than ever as demand for affordable rentals grows
Concessions now make up roughly half of all rental transactions
Vote now for NYC community proposals you think should receive funding
The city’s Participatory Budgeting process is now underway, and you can vote on proposals until April 15.
Kushners are ‘weighing our options’ for the future of 666 Fifth Avenue
It’s unclear how much the Kushners will be paying and where the money is coming from for its Midtown albatross
Merchant’s House-adjacent hotel still a thorn in preservationists’ side
Preservationists continue to campaign against the new, nondescript building, saying it could harm the 186-year-old historic house.
Federal tax overhaul curbs 2018 sales in NYC
This quarter marked the lowest sales numbers in more than six years. Market experts say the new tax law is the catalyst for the change.
Community board considers flood barrier park for Manhattan’s east side
The initiative is meant to prevent flooding while improving the quality of the park
NYC’s cherry blossoms are beginning to bloom
It may not feel spring-y right now, but signs of the season are popping up in Brooklyn
Extell looks to Yorkville for its next big development
He’s assembled 10 properties between 79th and 80th streets
In Park Slope, boutique condos with private outdoor space launch from $1.675M
Pricing for the nine units now starts at $1.6M