A Showstopper in Hell’s Kitchen – 547 West 47th Street

The West at 547 West 47th Street makes an immediate mark on the evolving streetscape of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. The elevation of this modern-day classic combines the past with the present. The result is a divine piece of architecture that will endure as a showstopper for decades to follow.   So with deep admiration for this statement design we anoint 547 West 47th Street as the newest edition to our “Buildings ...

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More Condos for McGuinness Boulevard. Parker House launches sales in Greenpoint

Sales have been launched at the Parker House, a new boutique condominium in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn.  The mid-block development at 183 McGuinness Boulevard is located between Meserole Avenue and Calyer Street and is one of a multitude of residential projects currently transforming this section of McGuinness Boulevard. The six-story building will contain 24 residential units and have a sellout of just over $23 million.  The team of Mallory Bogard, ...

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429 Second Avenue, Kips Bay, Manhattan

Permits have been filed for a 12-story residential building at 429 Second Avenue in Kips Bay, Manhattan.  The parcel is located on the southwest corner of East 25th Street and Second Avenue. The proposed 125-foot tall development will total 44,571 square feet.  According to the filing, the entire building will be residential in usage.  The plans call for 59 residential units.  The average size of an apartment, based on gross numbers, ...

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A Monument to Brooklyn Past – One Hanson Place

One Hanson Place, more commonly known as the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, has served the Brooklyn skyline well for almost a century.   Prior to the recent building boom in the borough, the multi-tiered Art Deco structure provided a beacon for Brooklynites. Essentially, it was a tower of one from 1929 to 2009 while it reigned as Brooklyn's tallest building. Today, the Brooklyn skyline is cluttered with skyscrapers, many of which have soared ...

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Brooklyn | March 2022

According to New York City records, the median price for an apartment in Brooklyn in the month of March was $749,500. The price represents an increase of 2.67% from last year’s median price of $730,000. The number of sales increased from 472 to 640 representing a year-over-year increase of 36%. Linecity pulled the monthly sale numbers for March from city data sources on April 15th.  Due to the lag in city ...

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