Foundation app helps buyers visualize dream home with digital design studio
Co-founders Joey Gollish and Gleb Nazarkin talk about their new app Foundation, and their opinions on the changing real estate landscape.
Sidewalk Labs’ futuristic “cities” to feature self-driving cars and more new urban tech
The prospect of futuristic, tech-heavy “cities” designed by a company with close ties to Google is tantalizing to say the least.
This startup allows members to sign a single lease to live, work and travel the world
For $500 a week or $1,800 a month, ‘Roamies’ are provided with fully-furnished private rooms, a co-working space with high-speed Internet, communal kitchen, laundry facilities and more.
The Storefront Index maps out nearly every business in America’s largest cities
The interactive tool shows how retail and service operations contribute to neighborhood vitality.
NYC’s top brokers attend Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park event at 1 Hotel Central Park
Attendees learned about the lifestyle and amenities on offer at the new condo and townhouse development.
The Kitchen Network is harnessing the Airbnb model for food entrepreneurs
The Charlottseville startup wants to connect people with unused restaurant space to those who need it.
Shrink your carbon footprint by designing your own “tiny” home with this app
There really is an app for everything.
You can see all of NYC’s landmarks on one handy digital map
The NYC Landmark Commission has officially designated over 35,000 landmark properties.
What NYC’s new green building legislation means for future sustainability
Energy used in New York’s buildings is responsible for 70 percent of the city's carbon emissions, costing New Yorkers more than $20 billion annually.
179 Woodpoint draws large crowd for launch party in East Williamsburg
The boutique condominium offers an abundance of outdoor space and will be part of the upcoming Terrace Tour of Williamsburg.
Engineering giant Siemens is rolling out NYC’s radio-based transit system
Its work will reduce intervals between trains as well as increase passenger capacity, system reliability and safety.
Will NYC’s new ride-sharing service poach Uber drivers?
New York City's newest ride-sharing service Juno is hoping to become a new power player.
NYCEDC commits $7.2 million to launching two urban tech hubs this year
Beyond space to work, Urban Tech NYC's network of programs will offer a variety of shared and individual resources.
New app looks to capitalize on Bay Area’s $2 billion ‘secret’ real estate market
PocketList connects buyers with pre-market and privately listed homes has just launched in the Bay Area.
City Ventures getting set to launch Solera Ranch with state-of-the-art green tech in Morgan Hill
The community in Morgan Hill, California will include 14 single-family detached homes and 17 townhomes.
City making progress on providing free broadband to 16,000 New Yorkers in public housing
But logistical challenges mean progress toward high-speed internet cannot be, well, high-speed.
MTA to host “hackathon” to improve Staten Island bus service
The MTA hopes to address some of its most pressing issues using technology and "people power."
Here’s how MiiCasa’s virtual sales and decor centre aims to revolutionize the home buying experience
We caught up with co-founders Scott Barker and Jenna Zaza to find out more about their newly formed company and their aspirations for the future.
Will NYC council require municipal buildings to install solar power systems?
Certain landmarked buildings would be excepted from the requirement.
The d’Orsay in downtown Manhattan offers an exclusive collection of residences by world renowned designer Jacques Garcia
Jacques Garcia’s illustrious career has earned him global acclaim.
Uber not to blame for Manhattan’s recent increase in congestion, says Mayor’s office report
So what is causing the congestion increase in the Manhattan Central Business District then?
New York’s new public Wi-Fi is fast, but how secure is it?
Some security experts say that public Wi-Fi on the scale of Link NYC comes with new risks.
BuzzBuzzHome rolls out 3D floorplans
BuzzBuzzHome is introducing a new feature that narrows the gap between image and reality: 3D floorplans.
Jiffy wants to change the world of home services, one clogged drain at a time
The app is an Uber-like dispatching tool, providing users with a network of trusted professionals.
Only six homes left at City Ventures’ Insignia Carlsbad community
Three homes are available for 30-day move ins, and finishings on the other three are still customizable.
New tech for the NYC subway system means broad station shutdowns
The state plans to expand Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the system and speed up progress on mobile payments and ticketing to replace the MetroCard.
New compliance agency to monitor NYC Open Data
Included in the legislation is a requirement for city agencies to release data from Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests.
NYC’s first public gigabit Wi-Fi has finally arrived
Mayor De Blasio first announced the initiative as the winner of a competition to revamp the city's antiquated payphones in 2014.
Architect proposes half-a-mile-tall 3D-printed ‘oceanscraper’ made of garbage and algae
One man’s trash is another man’s massive aquatic superstructure.