This is the list of recent news from all categories.
After a collapse of talks with Tishman Speyer Properties two weeks ago, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority found another party eager to develop Hudson Yards: Related Companies, NYTimes reported.
Continue reading: Hudson Yards Project Changes Developers »
In a recent conference call with investors, Toll Brothers CEO shared a number of negative indicators from the most recent quarter...
Continue reading: Toll Brothers: Disappointing Quarterly Results »
Jean Nouvel's 75-story hotel-condo planned for 53 West 53rd street has been cleared by the Landmark Preservation Commission, The Real Deal has reported.
Continue reading: LPC Clears Way for Nouvel's MoMA Tower »
In the next two to four years, 50 Broad Street will become the address of Nobu Hotel - a "Japanese-themed" condo-hotel complex whose amenities will include a Nobu restaurant, NYPost reports...
Continue reading: DeNiro-backed Hotel Planned in Financial District »
Last week, 80,000 s/f City View Racket Club opened atop the Swingline Stapler building in Long Island City, NYSun reports...
Continue reading: Rooftop Tennis and Squash Club Opens in LIC »
Retail rents have been going up on the Lower East Side as the neighborhood gentrifies, writes Claire Wilson (NYTimes).
Continue reading: Retail Rents Up on the Lower East Side »
Frank Sinatra's former hangout in Hell's Kitchen, Market Diner, is slated to reopen in June, amNY blog Urbanite reports.
Continue reading: Market Diner to reopen in Hell's Kitchen »
Metro Loft Management has finished the rental conversion of 57-story 350-unit 20 Exchange Place and the leasing office has opened in the lobby, The Real Deal reports.
Source: Converted FiDi rental starts leasing (The Real Deal) »
Residents of Tudor City, a residential complex on Manhattan's East Side, announced a lawsuit Wednesday in an attempt to block the area redevelopment plan by developer Sheldon Solow...
Continue reading: Tudor City Residents Sue To Stop Redevelopment »
Local business owners are up in arms against the proposed Willets Point redevelopment plan, reports NY Daily News.
Continue reading: Local Merchants Protest Willets Point Dev Plan »