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  The world is currently awash in mirrored buildings that claim to "disappear." There are "vanishing" childcare centers, roadside cafes, universities, and even askyscraper. But frankly, most of them are still 95% visible, despite the mirrors and glass they have deployed (often ingeniously). This...
03/02/2015
[All renderings via DDG]   DDG's protuberance-bearing project at 12 Warren Street isn't just a random stack of boxes. Tribeca Citizen spotted complete renderings for the project on DDG's website, which show that the facade will be clad mostly with bluestone, and those protuberances are meant to e...
02/21/2015
For the first time in months, rents in NYC declined in January 2015. Overall, for apartments across all boroughs, median rent dropped 3.2% to $3,000 for a 1-bedroom apartment, compared with $3,100 this past December. Manhattan On a neighborhood level in Manhattan, prices remained relatively flat,...
02/19/2015
Not satisfied with its recent feat of 3D-printing 10 small houses in a day, Chinese construction firm WinSun Decoration Design Engineering has just topped itself by 3D-printing a five-story apartment building and a 11,840-square-foot Neoclassical mansion. Just like the batch of single-story buil...
01/30/2015
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01/07/2015
"The greatest real estate coup of all time." "A 72-room Bohemian dream house." These are some of names bestowed on 190 Bowery, the mysterious 37,000-square-foot bank-turned-private-home of photographer Jay Maisel, who purchased the building for a mere$102K in 1966. When the property finally sold...
12/10/2014
This structure, formerly perched at the corner of 18th Street and Irving Place, is largely considered to be New York City's first apartment building. At the time of its construction in 1869 and 1870, the city's housing landscape was divided between tenements and townhouses. The Stuyvesant Flats,...
11/13/2014
[Photography by Chris and Michelle Gerard] In just a few years, West Village went from pleasantly desirable to downright trendy. It has its own independent coffee joint, an organic grocer, a record store, and is scheduled to see the opening of a pie shop. Even so, one of the neighborhood's most ...
11/11/2014
  RFR Realty founders Aby Rosen and Michael Fuchs have put the Gramercy Park Hotel on the market. The 186-room, 18-story hotel at 2 Lexington Avenue is valued at $260 million. Developer Ian Schrager, along with Rosen and Fuchs, helmed the $200 million gut renovation of the property in 2006. Four...
11/04/2014
  Because it's Tuesday, we dug through the photo archives to find two dozen antique images of Union Square. Most of these are more than 100 years old, showing an era when ladies wore giant flowered hats, trolleys cut through the park, and anarchists rallied in the square. 
10/29/2014
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