The highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere is now open to thrill-seeking visitors.
The sky-high attraction at 30 Hudson Yards opens to the public on March 11
You’ll need a free timed ticket to access Thomas Heatherwick’s climbable "public landmark"
The two buildings, designed by Handel Architects, will have some 800 apartments between them
Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.
The 14-story office/condo building on Broome Street is expected to open in 2021
On the 18th anniversary of 9/11, check in on the progress at the World Trade Center
The Long Island City buildings, designed by ODA New York, will have nearly 1,200 apartments—more than half of which will be permanently affordable.
10 Halletts Point brings more than 400 apartments to the Astoria waterfront
The project at 960 Franklin Avenue near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden would be divided evenly between market-rate and affordable apartments.
The 2 million square foot building is expected to be complete by 2022
107 affordable apartments are up for grabs within 15 Hudson Yards
More than 250 units in the Upper West Side complex are now in the NYC affordable housing lottery.
The neighborhood on Manhattan’s far west side represents a vision of the city’s future—but will New Yorkers buy into it?
One Blue Slip, the megaproject’s first exclusively market-rate rental, has apartments from $2,600/month
The old working waterfront has almost completely disappeared as the city realizes its new vision for the coastline.
30 Hudson Yards is now officially the tallest tower within the Hudson Yards megaproject.
The park, designed by the same firm behind the High Line, is one of the first pieces of the larger Domino megaproject.
The megadeveloper’s first foray into Brooklyn is as luxurious as you’d expect
Leasing on the 405 apartments will kick off this summer
Hudson Yards is on track to open next March
The megaproject’s first building, 10 Halletts Point, will have 405 apartments and a brand new grocery store.
The jazz legend inspired the name of 145 Clinton Street
British hospitality company Rhubarb will operate the 10,000-square-foot public space, due to open in 2019.
325 Kent Avenue is the first of several new developments at this historic Brooklyn site.
The building formerly known as site two, aka 115 Delancey Street, has now topped out.
The Queens megaproject will eventually bring 2,000 new apartments to the Astoria waterfront.
The Lower East Side megaproject will welcome its first residents in the fall, and a new website provides all the information they’d (theoretically) need.
Five years after Two Trees acquired the Domino Sugar Refinery site, its first apartments at 325 Kent Avenue are officially up for grabs.
It’s been a bumpy year for the Durst Organization’s seven-building Astoria megaproject, but it’s moving forward—and a new grocery store is part of the plan.
The 42-story mixed-use building will rise at the northernmost end of the Williamsburg megaproject, and bring more than 300 apartments to the development.
The mixed-use buildings will include a theater, exhibit space, and a public promonade.
As developer Fortis Property Group moves forward with plans for the Boerum Hill megaproject, it’s revealed a new moniker for the development that’s a call-out to its location.
The long-vacant plot of land once known as SPURA is on its way to remaking the Lower East Side; this is its history.
The next year is poised to be a big one, with plenty of new developments moving forward, skyscrapers rising, and more changes to NYC’s landscape.