Wynwood, Miami

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Wynwood, Miami

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Over the years, Wynwood has lured a parade of widely different denizens: Industrial workers. Manufacturers. Artists. Foodies. Techies. Beer makers. Graffiti artists. Now, a new kind of persona is set to join the eclectic district: Nine-to-fivers.

Much like Coconut Grove, Wynwood is about to become the unlikely home of a slew of new offices, built by developers who want to capitalize on the neighborhood that was recently named one of the hippest in America by ...

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Under $500 per square foot in NYC?

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Under $500 per square foot in NYC?

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In many other places within the United Sates, one could live a life a luxury for $500 per square-foot, however, such is not the case in New York City, the nation’s second most expensive city to live in. A study by PropertShark shows that it’s nearly impossible to find homes priced under $500 per SF in Manhattan while options are available in the other boroughs, mainly the Bronx and Staten Island. The study found that in ...

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Update: The Waldorf Astoria

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Update: The Waldorf Astoria

The conversion of New York’s famed Waldorf Astoria into a hotel and condo is moving right along, though it will take longer than first expected. Anbang Insurance Group, the Chinese firm that picked the property up for nearly $2 billion in 2014, has announced that the initial pre-construction and demolition phase of the renovation has wrapped up and that AECOM Tishman, the project’s construction manager of record, will continue forward with creating roughly 350 condos and 350 hotel ...

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NYC: Surge In New Development Filings

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NYC: Surge In New Development Filings

After two years of declining applications following the frenzies of 2014 and 2015, the preliminary numbers for 2018 appear to be signaling a major uptick in activity. Year-over-year filings of new residential units have grown substantially, rising from 9,134 in the first six months of 2017, to 15,305 in 2018 — an increase of 67.5%.
The uptick has been spread through each borough, with all five seeing year-over-year improvements in their DOB new unit counts. The biggest change has been ...

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