Two state senators are pushing forward bills that would end the use of the Marx Brothers Playground at East 96th Street—they’re supposedly doing this at the request of the City Council and the de Blasio administration.
In the first step of the ULURP, Community Board 11 now has 60 days to review the city’s proposals, following which this will head to the borough president’s office, followed by the City Planning Commission, and finally the City Council.
If it moves forward, the building will be a mixed-use project that will house three schools and retail space along with a mix of 1,100 affordable and market-rate apartments, all spread across 1.3 million square feet.
The city has announced plans to convert a former MTA bus depot on East 126th Street and First Avenue in East Harlem into approximately 730 apartments and a permanent memorial for the historic African Burial Ground.
The nearly block-large project will bring amenities like a supermarket, YMCA, and health care facility to the neighborhood. It will also oust four community gardens from their sites, before offering them a new home within the development.
Real estate experts told Crain’s that Extell could build up to 613,605 square feet of residential space at the site if it adhered to the city’s Mandatory Inclusionary Housing policy. That translates to about 600 apartments.
Construction has commenced on the latest NYC project designed by starchitect Bjarke Ingels, a rental building being developed by the Blumenfeld Development Group in East Harlem. Wednesday's groundbreaking ceremony came with a slew of new renders.
The area under consideration stretches from Second Avenue to Park Avenue between 104th and 125th Streets, and from 126th Street onward it stretches west to Fifth Avenue and north up to 132nd Street. Plans also call for transit improvements.
Heritage Real Estate Partners’s upscale East Harlem condo launched sales over the weekend from $680,000. Wedged between East 103rd and 104th streets along Park Avenue, 11 of the building’s 72 condos are now up for grabs.
The property, located at 1800 Park Avenue, at the intersection of East 125th Street and right across from the elevated Metro-North train station, was once primed for residential project with about 700 apartments, courtesy of Ian Bruce Eichner.
Last week, the city’s Economic Development Corporation announced in the City Record, its tentative plans for the site and they include 730 apartments spread out over 655,215 square feet, aside from the memorial.
New York City is still the second most expensive city in the country to live in, but rents for one-bedrooms creeped up every so slightly throughout the city this summer. Read on for the most and least expensive places to rent now.
This list features a mix of condos, multi-family townhouses, and single-family townhouses, but what's predominant is Circa Central Park with at least four apartments there making the listing including an over $8 million five-bedroom unit.