NYC Development News
The latest news on new development and housing in NYC, including apartments for sale and for rent.
After years of planning and mishaps, plans to renovate the New York Philharmonic’s home will finally come to fruition.
The seven-building project will bring more than 1,300 apartments and a new park to the Harlem River waterfront
The project also includes a 2.5-acre waterfront park.
The massive Far Rockaway project will take 15 years to build.
Local opponents plan to sue against the city’s plan in the coming weeks.
The iconic hotel’s transformation is due to wrap up by 2021
The massive media conglomerate will partner with SOM on a 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters in lower Manhattan.
The undulating park was designed to mimic a leaf floating on water.
The $1.45 billion plan is expected to pass the Council on Thursday.
The Williamsburg waterfront megaproject is making steady progress.
The project will convert the former jail site into a mixed-use development.
The vote came on the heels of a city announcement to mollify critics.
One Manhattan West is the first new office tower to debut on Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West campus.
The city is reviewing a proposal to regulate hotel development in the area.
The family of a worker who died in the construction accident has retained a lawyer.
The local community board passed a resolution against preliminary plans.
The new sign will be installed at the end of the month.
Developers are billing the project as being located in "Midtown South."
Developers have announced plans to build a residential tower and new Brooklyn Music School facility in Fort Greene.
Gensler has been tapped to transform the lobby of the landmarked Postmodern building
The building suffered a 2017 fire and is in the midst of a redevelopment.
The skyscraper, once owned by the Kushner family, will be transformed by 2023
The building is part of the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s $1 billon expansion.
The deal is expected to generate $25 million for repairs, but the complex has an estimated need of $159 million over the next five years.
The 10,000-square-foot venue will open in 2021.
The three-tower Upper West Side complex encircle a 2.6-acre park.
Say hello to Lantern House.
A major change was unveiled earlier this week for the plan.
1 Willoughby Square will be the tallest office tower in the borough.
The project’s consulting team is gearing up for a two year master plan process.
This would make it easier for the MTA to partner with private developers on station upgrades.
The penthouses sit close to the top of Hudson Yards’s tallest residential tower.
Just 20 percent of the condo’s apartments have sold.
The Brooklyn neighborhood is home to boutique condos, new rentals, and—soon—landscape-changing megaprojects