NY Real Estate

Bad News for US Developers: A Lucrative Flow of Chinese Money is About to Slow Down

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NEW YORK—The United States EB-5 investor visa has become the fastest, most popular way for China’s elite—including officials who desire a backdoor out of China—to...




  • Jerome Audureau closes the gate for his bakery, Once Upon a Tart for the last time after 23 years in SoHo, Manhattan, on Aug. 23, 2014. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    New York’s Disappearing Restaurants

    NEW YORK—The highest retail rents in a decade are pushing restaurant owners out of their traditional venues in Manhattan, where renewal of their lengthy leases... Read more

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    How a Top-Grossing Manhattan Real Estate Agent Balances Family and the Changing Market

    NEW YORK—Barbara Anderson Terry is one of Sotheby’s International Realty’s highest grossing agents. She works out of the East Side Manhattan Brokerage and specializes in... Read more

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    Canal Side Development Reshaping Gowanus

    NEW YORK—The scrappy, industrial landscape along the Gowanus Canal is undergoing major changes. Large projects by big name developers are changing the aesthetics along the... Read more

  • Mary-Kate Olsen attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit celebrating "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" on Monday May 6, 2013 in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

    Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s The Row to Open Flagship in Manhattan

    Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s fashion label, The Row, will open a flagship store on the Upper East Side by the end of this year. The... Read more

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    StreetEasy: March is the Best Time to List Your Home in NYC

    NEW YORK—March is the optimum month to list homes for sale in New York City, according to a StreetEasy analysis. Historically spring has been the... Read more

  • The Gowanus Canal from the Carroll Street Bridge. (Laura Cooksey/Epoch Times)

    Gowanus: A Destination Neighborhood Undergoing Rapid Transformation

    NEW YORK—Nestled between Park Slope and Carroll Gardens—two of Brooklyn’s most established, mature brownstone neighborhoods—Gowanus is a destination neighborhood in the middle of an economic... Read more

  • The High Line disappears into luxury high-rise apartment buildings in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. The last stretch of the elevated walkway opens to the public Sunday, Sept. 21. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

    What to Know About your Next NYC Rental

    Last month in Part 1 of this series I outlined the considerable costs associated with getting in the door of a NYC rental. Moving costs... Read more

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    Think Coffee to Open New Location Near Hudson Yards

    NEW YORK—A new luxury rental tower, Abington House at the Highline in West Chelsea is getting its first retailer sometime in the next couple of... Read more

  • The Brooklyn borough of New York is shown in this April 20, 2010, aerial photo. The Manhattan skyline is in the distance. Mayor Bill de Blasio has an ambitious plan is to build or preserve 200,000 affordable units of housing over the next 10 years for lower-income New Yorkers, a staggering number that would house a population bigger than cities such as Atlanta or Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    What to Know About Your Next NYC Rental

    You may be surprised to learn that about 70 percent of all NYC residents rent rather than own, the exact opposite ratio of just about... Read more

  • RXR Realty CEO and Vice-Chairman of The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Scott Rechler, Attorney General of New York State Eric Schneiderman, and Wharton & Garrison LLP Partner Meredith Kane at the 119th Annual REBNY Banquet in New York on Jan. 15, 2015. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    NYC’s Real Estate Players Network at 119th Annual REBNY Banquet

    NEW YORK—Around 2,300 of the city’s most prominent real estate industry movers and shakers attended the 119th Annual REBNY Cocktail Party and Banquet on Thursday,... Read more

  • A Manhattan view from the Empire State Building in New York on July 1, 2014. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Blogger Nikolai Fedak on Saying Yes to New Development

    New York is a city full of skyscrapers, landmarks, over 300 neighborhoods, varied landscapes, experimental architecture, and iconic buildings. Each has its own set of... Read more

  • Manhattan views from the 27-foot-6-inch x 25-foot-7-inch great room, in the penthouse on the 33rd floor of 325 LEX . (Credit: Evan Joseph)

    Lexington Avenue Penthouse Asking $8.5 Million

    NEW YORK—The penthouse at the top of 325 LEX in Midtown has 1,136 square feet of private outdoor terrace, views of the Empire State Building... Read more

  • A rendering of the game room at The Charles, a luxury condominium tower made up of entirely full floor and multifloor residences on the Upper East Side. The game room is being designed to attract children and adults of all ages. (Williams New York)

    Attracting Families With Amenities Aimed at the Youngest Tenants

    NEW YORK—Children’s playrooms have become an increasingly popular amenity with developers over the last decade. Hundreds of new buildings have them, and for some families... Read more

  • Aerial view of Manhattan looking south over Central Park on July 1, 2007, in New York City. (Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

    Luxury Market Sales Expand More Than Overall NYC Market in Q4 2014

    NEW YORK—The strength of the condominium market and higher closing prices in the luxury segment drove up the average sales prices in Manhattan in the... Read more

  • Greenwich Village in New York, May 3. (Petr Svab/Epoch Times)

    Culture’s Role in the Rise and Fall of New York Neighborhoods

    New York City was already polarized by the time I returned in the late 1970s. The polar extremes back then were represented in popular culture... Read more

  • A four bedroom, four bathroom, full floor residence at The Charles at 1355 First Avenue, between 72nd AND 73rd streets, on the Upper East Side. Asking prices for the five remaining full-floor homes in the 31-story building start at $6,583,500. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Full-Floor Residences Only: Upper East Side’s the Charles Sets Luxury Development Trend

    NEW YORK—Gracious four-bedroom, four-bathroom residences with opulent living areas, floor-to-ceiling windows, exquisite finishes and hardware, and panoramic city views are among the hallmarks of elegance... Read more


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