A closer look at New York City’s extreme eco-conscious moves
As more and more people move into cities, environmental impact considerations become more and more pressing.
Brent Lomas May 5, 2015
Bridgit mobile app improves efficiency at construction sites by recording deficiencies
Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Hasegawa haven’t just cracked the glass ceiling, they’re about to shatter it.
Kelsey Pudloski May 5, 2015
Uber capitalizes on latest MTA fail with $5 Brooklyn rides
Upcoming L train weekend plans would have severely limited travel between Brooklyn and Manhattan, leaving New Yorkers stranded or relegated to crowded shuttle busses
Brent Lomas April 17, 2015
Amazon wants you to outsource household chores and never run out of anything, ever
Amazon Home Services is a new platform where customers can browse, purchase and schedule hundreds of professional services, from cleaning to plumbing.
Joyce Chen April 1, 2015
Brooklyn Bridge Park gets beautified thanks to Pierhouse and 1 Hotel
Volunteers spent a full day planting flowers and trees and weeding the grounds.
IKEA introduces furniture with built-in Qi wireless charging technology
Qi wireless charging could eliminate the clutter of messy cables as well as the dreaded ‘my phone is about to die’ scenario.
Kelsey Pudloski March 2, 2015
Fend off the winter blues with this artificial skylight that perfectly mimics daylight
You need one for every windowless room in the house.
Michael Aynsley February 13, 2015
Where the 10 biggest US cities stand on Airbnb
A look at how the 10 biggest US cities are handling the new sharing economy.
Joyce Chen January 28, 2015
DC-based startup Create visualizes real estate data for developers, Google Earth-style
The app allows users to pick any property in DC and get a wealth of data on land use, market conditions, financing, zoning and demographics, updated in real time.
Joyce Chen January 23, 2015
400 Park Avenue South unveils new model homes as development hits 50 percent sold mark
The 40-story hybrid rental/condominium was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc.
Young entrepreneurs plan to shake-up the home design industry with crowdsourcing platform
Q and A with Justin Picone and Jad Joulji, co-founders of HouseIt.
Kelsey Pudloski January 19, 2015
The fight for flight: FAA approves drones for commercial use in real estate
More US drones will take to the skies this year -- creating literal and figurative buzz around listed properties.
Kelsey Pudloski January 10, 2015
These tiles generate energy from foot traffic in busy city centers
People-powered technology for the Twenty-First Century.
Kelsey Pudloski January 1, 2015
This all-glass modular home will treat seasonal depression and jet lag
A 484 square foot dwelling that will stave off the winter blues.
Kelsey Pudloski December 13, 2014
Architect Christian De Portzamparc talks inspiration at 400 Park Avenue South
At the age of 50, de Portzamparc became the youngest architect to be awarded the Pritzker Prize.
Real estate startup Opendoor lets you sell your home online in minutes
Co-founded by Keith Rabois, the San Francisco-based startup has launched in its first market, Phoenix.
Joyce Chen December 10, 2014
Toot! Toot! Here comes the human waste-powered bio bus
Transforming landfill-bound organic waste into fuel.
Kelsey Pudloski November 29, 2014
The elevator of tomorrow will use magnetic levitation to travel up, down and side-to-side at high speeds
Say goodbye to tedious hallway walks.
Michael Aynsley November 28, 2014
The mobile office that picks you up and takes you somewhere fun to work
And it would run off an electric power grid while employing GPS, route- and object-sensing technology for navigation.
Michael Aynsley November 21, 2014
Two Ten West 77 breaks $100 million in sales in under eight weeks
This doesn’t come as a huge surprise, considering terrific sales for the 18-story luxury development last month.
Bright idea: The Netherlands unveils world’s first solar powered bicycle lane
The 70 metre long ‘SolaRoad’ will officially open on November 12th.
Kelsey Pudloski November 8, 2014
Produce to the people: MIT’s CITYFarm harvests fruits and vegetables using no soil and little water
MIT seeks a solution to the challenge of urban food security.
Kelsey Pudloski October 25, 2014
9 ways the Apple Watch could change the real estate world
Find out once and for all if you really heart that home.
September 10, 2014
Q&A with Galen Ward, the brains behind the Tinder-style app for house hunters
We chat with the Estately CEO about Flip, the company's latest real estate app that draws influence from Tinder.
Brittany Devenyi August 29, 2014
Gotham West Market draws residents to Gotham West’s luxury apartments in Midtown West
The motto of the building is “Love where you lease” and it couldn’t be more apt.
Botlr the robotic butler makes its official debut at an Aloft hotel in California
The robot will act as a bellhop, doing everything from distributing towels to delivering room service.
Brittany Devenyi August 20, 2014
Finally, skyscraper shades that respond to changing weather
To keep you comfortable while lowering energy costs.
Michael Aynsley August 15, 2014
The smart home of tomorrow, today: 5 smart home products you can buy in 2014
Be a part of the smart home revolution.
Hyder Owainati July 10, 2014