NYC Development News
The latest news on new development and housing in NYC, including apartments for sale and for rent.
Three new buildings will rise on the site of the former Slave Theater
The 650,000-square-foot production studio will be located in Astoria.
The store will reopen on Friday.
The authority’s infill program is facing an uphill battle, says a new report.
The Steven Holl-designed building, a concrete box with Manhattan views, will open September 24.
The project will incorporate the ruins of the 1850 synagogue with a new congregation space.
The 13-story development features 59 one- to four-bedroom units.
More than 25 percent of condos built in the past six years remain unsold.
Leasing has begun at One South First, a 45-story building designed by COOKFOX.
The advanced warning could give locals a leg up in challenging projects
The Brooklyn megaproject’s latest debut is a condo with waterfront views
The lawsuit is the latest in the long-simmering feud.
168 Plymouth, by Alloy Development, will have 46 one- to four-bedroom units
The tower at 200 Amsterdam Avenue has launched sales for its 112 units
Madison House, located on East 30th Street, will have nearly 200 apartments
Manhattan pols have hired a Dutch expert to asses the city’s $1.45 billion plan
Silverstein Properties and Brookfield Properties are considering a joint bid
The Portuguese architect has created a simple, modern building from Turkish limestone
Leaders of La Hermosa church seek city approval to renovate their space and build a residential tower next to it
The 1.15-acre green space will have a play area, a dog park, a lawn, and several seating areas
The outlet mall, from developer Donald Capoccia’s firm BFC Partners, has been in the works for about seven years
The 52-story tower at 200 Amsterdam Avenue will feature two full-floor duplex penthouses
Studios at the Brooklyn development will start at $2,300/month
The tower stands 200 feet high and will have 43 residences
The owner of 227 Duffield Street filed plans to replace the 19th-century building with a new tower
Opponents brought their fight to the city’s Board of Standards and Appeals
Neighborhood advocates struck a critical hit to the towers in a David and Goliath battle that is far from over
A state Supreme Court judge says the City Planning Commission "simply erred" in approving three major Lower East Side skyscrapers
The plan will protect a 2.4 mile stretch of Manhattan’s coast from flooding
The board says the developers have engaged in an ‘artful manipulation of the rules to inhibit any further community review’
Opponents are continuing their lengthy battle against 200 Amsterdam Ave.
The e-commerce giant is reportedly seeking up to 1 million square feet for a new logistics facility
In an unexpected twist, a group of Chelsea building residents shelled out for the air rights to a neighboring development site
The development will be home to the National Urban League’s new headquarters, along with affordable housing
The ruling could be a major hurdle for the 100-story tower