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The supports of the High Line are incorporated into the space.
Everything you need to know about Manhattan’s popular park
Four years after 520 West 28th Street launched sales, its apartments struggle to find buyers
DXA Studios designed a sinuous walkway that could safely shepherd commuters between the two destinations.
City officials are expected to vote for a price tag of $625 per square foot.
It’s part of a new two-condo development known as Hudson Residences.
What to expect from NYC’s towers, transit, parks, and more in the coming year
Nearly every single location is in Manhattan, and they’re all huge with out-of-towners.
The condo project is comprised of two interconnected 11-story residential buildings.
The north tower has topped out, and the south tower’s not far behind.
The building at 550 West 29th Street will have 19 apartments.
The apartment first hit the market in 2013 seeking $11.75 million.
The building is "ideal for renters who have the means to buy but choose to lease the luxury lifestyle," says the developer’s VP of luxury leasing.
Two condos in the building have closed for slightly over their asking prices.
A teaser site has also appeared ahead of the building’s summer sales launch.
The hotel last sold in 2014 for a reported $400 million.
The 50,000-square-foot miniature highlights some of Manhattan’s, and the world’s, most notable landmarks.
Get a look inside the building—and not just a voyeur’s view from the High Line.
Designed by Paula Scher and Abbott Miller of the design studio Pentagram, the installation opened with 4,000 free copies of The Handmaid’s Tale placed in the elevated park’s Chelsea Market Passage.
As the "public landmark" at the megaproject’s center begins its ascent, we check in on the status of the massive development’s myriad skyscrapers.
Work on Solar Carve is moving full speed ahead after no less than five years in the making. A brokerage firm has been tapped for the unusual building’s spec office space, with new renderings following.
The popular elevated park will get a new section dedicated entirely to showcasing commissioned artwork to the public.
Ahead of the redevelopment of St. John’s Terminal, one last look at its past.
Bjarke Ingels Group and HFZ Capital’s twisty High Line development will also have a 137-key luxury spa resort, because New York City is obviously the most relaxing place.
The High Line's "Halo Effect" has caused resale prices for apartments near the High Line to jump more than 100 percent than property just a few blocks away.
The auto shop, best known for artist Eduardo Kobra’s iconic mural of a sailor kissing a nurse, is going to be replaced by a new building with retail and residential space.
It should come as no surprise that the Pokemon Go craze that has swept basically everywhere this week is especially strong in New York City.
700 colored glass panes will come down