Crane collapse kills one in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood
A crane has collapsed in Lower Manhattan this morning killing one, seriously injuring at least two others, and breaking multiple gas mains.
The top 10 NYC developments on BuzzBuzzHome in January 2016
A short building reaches new heights this month.
A month after Penn Station renovation announced, proposed plans met with cheers and jeers
In January, Governor Cuomo announced a request for proposals for developers while outlining five possible scenarios to redevelop Penn Station.
What the $3-billion redevelopment could do for historic Penn Station
Short answer: a lot.
These “corrected” supertall renderings tell a more complete story of the Manhattan skyline
As a new project from the Municipal Art Society of New York (MASNYC) shows, appearances can be deceiving.
Will East New York rezoning price nearly 50,000 residents out of their neighborhoods?
Comptroller Scott M. Stringer has criticized the plan's mechanism for promoting new affordable housing.
Request for Proposal sent out for massive East Harlem rental and commercial project
The New York City Economic Development Corporation has worked steadily toward the revitalization of East 125th since 2003.
How do NYC buildings stack up when it comes to energy and water efficiency?
The building types with the highest energy usage or hospitals, retail stores and dormitories/residence halls.
Green building construction to hit new high in the US by 2020
This means more than using recycled wood for cabinets and calling it a day.
Mapping NYC’s extensive public waterfront space
ONE°15, the first new marina to come to NYC in more than twenty years, is opening this spring in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The top 10 NYC developments on BuzzBuzzHome in November 2015
A familiar development from Toll Brothers City Living tops the list once more.
December 4, 2015
NYC’s largest affordable housing development in nearly 50 years is in the works
A brand new Queens neighborhood will create 5,000 new apartments, at least 60 percent of which will be affordable housing.
Conservancies pledge $15 million to NYC’s Community Parks Initiative
The funds will bring beautification, programming and complete rebuilds to over 80 parks.
What happens if the 421-a Tax Exemption is not renewed?
According to the NYU Furman Center, 98 percent of rental units in Manhattan received 421-a exemptions between 2011 and 2014.
LTD Edition No. 2505 luxury condos are now selling by private appointment in Dallas
The estate-style residences are priced from $1.3 million.
November 17, 2015
Naftali Group invites children to paint community mural at 221 West 77th
They invited 70+ school-age children from the Jewish Community Center Manhattan to work on a mural project.
November 16, 2015
10 views of Central Park going all the way back to 1860
These photos show its evolution over the years.
Toll Brothers City Living celebrates grand opening of 55 West 17th Street sales gallery in Chelsea
The building’s design by Morris Adjmi was inspired by the architecture of the Ladies’ Mile Historic District.
November 13, 2015
Toll Brothers City Living reveals three-bedroom waterfront model home at Pierhouse
The decorated model residence is a 2,664 square foot three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath.
November 10, 2015
Plans are in the works for a massive community space in The Bronx’s Edenwald area
Ideally, the facility would bring a boost to the economy and community in general.
The top 10 NYC developments on BuzzBuzzHome in October 2015
Find out what the top development in NYC was this month.
Toll Brothers City Living’s The Sutton hits 50 percent sold mark
The developer recently announced that its 29-story luxury condo development is now 50 percent sold after its April launch.
November 3, 2015
These architects have 4 radical ideas to makeover New York City
Imagine New York City with a subway line that takes you from the lower west side of Manhattan to the Upper East Side.
These 7 luxury condo bathroom renderings feature jaw-dropping New York City views
For the average New York City apartment dweller, a good view can be hard to come by.
New onsite sales center opens at 400 Park Avenue South as first residents move in
Residents will be within walking distance of Madison Square and Union Square parks.
October 19, 2015
Brooklyn Bridge Park to welcome first new NYC marina in decades
The addition of the marina will likely be an alluring selling point for luxury condominium buyers looking in the area.
Three years after Hurricane Sandy, New Yorkers are still rebuilding and planning ahead
The first hurricane scare of the season raised questions about the city's recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
Naftali Group marries modern luxury with West Village charm at The Shephard
The Shephard at 275 West 10th Street fits in perfectly with the historic allure of the neighborhood.
October 14, 2015
The top 10 NYC developments on BuzzBuzzHome in September 2015
Check out which development made the top spot last month!