Noah Freedman is going to make real estate fun. The Co-founder of BOND New York is transforming the boring text of lease contracts into a vibrant, lifestyle decision. NYO reached out to Noah to discuss BOND’s latest projects, an original in-house publication, BOND Magazine, and a soon-to-come app for smartphone users. Read More
Get ready to hear the clack of high heels on the Financial District’s cobblestones.
“There is a growing group of people that have moved to Financial District because their job is here or was relocated here,” said Ariel Cohen, a broker in the Ariel Cohen Team at Douglas Elliman. “I expect we’ll see more of that, especially with Condé Nast moving to the area.” Read More
The city needs to meet the housing needs of young, working New Yorkers, and Bloomberg’s micro-apartment initiative is proving to be a model for other global cities. Read More
When it comes to an apartment building, the president and chief executive officer of Douglas Elliman development marketing knows what you want. Ms. de França is something of a legend in the world of real estate. She’s had 25 years of industry experience and served as the former president of Related Sales, where she presided over $3 billion dollars in luxury and super-luxury condominium sales. Read More
Is now the time to rent? Should you continue to rent and hold off on buying? Where? What amenities do people really care about? NYO spoke to experts across the industry, who dished on where the rental market in Manhattan stands and what is expected for the fall. Read More
People don’t always think of Long Island City when they think of up-and-coming areas around Manhattan, but with amazing views of the Manhattan skyline and a developing artistic community and bar scene, LIC’s time is coming. Read More
George Clooney. Gwyneth Paltrow. Justin Timberlake. Jay Z. Considering the number of celebrities that inhabit Tribeca today, you’d never know that, a century ago, the neighborhood was nothing more than a cotton and textile manufacturing district. Read More
One of the prettiest zombies of the real estate collapse is finally coming back to life. The condo tower at 290 Mulberry Street has been nearly finished for years now, but the developer fell into trouble, the building bounced around a bit, and only now is it coming back on the market, as a rental.
It’s Queens’ time to shine!
Long Island City was once a barren post-industrial wasteland, but recent efforts are shifting the borough into a plausible location to live. Jet Blue flew its headquarters over two years ago and Queens Plaza is booming with real estate, but is it really New York if you aren’t living next to some college students? Read More
The Plaza has had more international intrigue than a Bond film, so why not a bit more!
The brother of Kazakhstan’s president, Bolat Nazarbayev filed charges against Maira and Daniyar Nazarbayeva, his ex-wife and her son, at the Manhattan Supreme Court to be returned his $20 million dollar plaza condo, plus money damages, the Post reported. Read More