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A new model apartment offers a first glimpse inside the supertall condo tower.
The 20-story condo will bring just 29 new apartments to the Upper East Side.
Residents here will have access to a saltwater lap pool, among many other amenities.
The 12-story building has a total of 38 condos that come in studio through three-bedroom variants.
This turn of the century ice factory has remained vacant for several years, but it is now in the midst of a major transformation.
Check out the new gift shop, research spaces, and more.
In just a few weeks, construction will wrap on the Annabelle Selldorf-designed condo building at 347 Bowery.
As the building prepares to welcome its first residents at the end of this month, Curbed had a chance to tour a couple of model apartments at the 33-story rental.
The long-in-the-works condo building is now courting prospective buyers with a sales gallery dripping in Italian design.
The landmark 19th-century building, located on Brooklyn’s busy Fulton Mall, is now home to 121 luxe rentals asking from $2,800/month.
At present, this 17-story building is in the midst of a transformation into swanky condos courtesy of the Chetrit Group, which purchased the building from the city in 2013 for $89 million.
On the Upper West Side, a waterfront megaproject is just months away from debuting its first completed building.
In a First Avenue building where studios start at $3,300, eye-catching architecture and on-trend finishes try to recast a sleepy neighborhood.
Brooklyn’s Long Island College Hospital has been closed since 2014, but there’s been no shortage of activity on the medical center’s former Cobble Hill campus since then.
The 50,000-square-foot miniature highlights some of Manhattan’s, and the world’s, most notable landmarks.
The 55-story building, now renting, tries to connect old and new Brooklyn.
The sales gallery has been fitted out with what a typical condo’s living room, dining area, kitchen and master bathroom will look like.
Among the first few buildings that will be complete as part of the Essex Crossing megaproject on the Lower East Side, 242 Broome Street is now just a day away from topping out.
After an inauspicious beginning, this eco-luxury oasis debuts on the Brooklyn waterfront
Inside one of the Financial District’s tallest towers, which just unveiled its swanky amenity spaces
While it’s not as flashy as some of Extell’s other projects, like Billionaires’ Row skyscraper One57, the Kent is likely to catch the eye of those walking along Third Avenue in the East 90s.
Peek inside the sales gallery for Weinfeld’s first NYC residence
Artists from the Welling Court Mural Project had a hand in decorating this luxe Queens rental
Ahead of the redevelopment of St. John’s Terminal, one last look at its past.
Videos touring the New York Pavilion, the Lowline Lab, and the Eldridge Street Synagogue, have been released, with many more scheduled to come.
OHNY will return on October 15 and 16, bringing to view over 250 of the city’s most inaccessible and cool sites. Curbed has once again teamed up with OHNY to curate a selection of residences that celebrate Curbed’s mantra, "love where you live."
Sales launched in June on Waverly Brooklyn, the 48-unit condo that replaced a parking lot, and now the building has unveiled its two model units. Not pictured: the building’s best amenity, automated parking.
A media company of the 21st century makes a home in the aging Empire State Building.
The kosher food company Streit's recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, and on the Lower East Side, the company is perhaps best known and remembered for its matzo factory. But the last vestige of Streit's will soon disappear from the neighborhood
The site of this new education center was once occupied by a six-story townhouse that the university owned. That building was demolished to make way the new, state-of-the-art, 14-story medical and graduate education center.
It was only a few months ago that Property Markets Group decided to break up the massive triplex penthouse at the top of 10 Sullivan. Now, Curbed has an exclusive look inside the penthouse, which occupies the top floors of the building.
What was once a flea market is on its way to becoming 1 Great Jones Alley, one of the more unique new developments that's rising in New York City. Take a peek inside the "design gallery" for the pricey, alley-fronting development.
Back in 2014, we introduced you to Jourdan Lawlor and Toubin Ludwig, who created a cozy and totally livable home out of a tiny, 242-square-foot West Village studio. Now, the couple is renting out the wee apartment for $3,000/month.
Apartments at the Easton range in size from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms, and the 39-story tower is divided into two sections — Floors 10 through 29 have one, two, and three bedroom units. Floors 30 and above are known as the Tower Residences.
Of the 12-story building's 42 apartments, only four are still on the market, and of those, contracts are already out on a couple. Sales have moved along at a steady pace since this project first went into the development stage three years ago.
Rising on a former manufacturing site, one half of the rental development along the Gowanus Canal in the namesake neighborhood is now welcoming tenants. Here, take a look inside at the apartments and amenities that are recasting the area.
The third tallest building at the World Trade Center site, the structure will stand 1,079 feet tall when it is complete. GroupM has leased close to 700,000 square feet of office space in this 80-story building, which will be completed by 2018.
New York City's first skybridge built in 80 years can be found on Manattan's East Side in SHoP's under-construction American Copper Buildings. The three-story skybridge will be one of the longest such bridges in the world when complete.