NYC Luxury Real Estate Blog

Yorkville New Constructions Continue to Fill Luxury Residential Demand

Rendering of the lobby at 180 East 88th Street with vaulted ceilings

Rendering of the unique lobby at 180 East 88th Street in Yorkville.

As the Second Avenue subway nears completion, developers continue to invest in new construction projects around the Yorkville area. Industry experts are certain that the previously overlooked neighborhood in the Upper East Side will see an injection of renewed interest, especially in the luxury sector. These four new luxury condos in particular provide great opportunities for apartment hunters and prospective homebuyers to enter the Manhattan market.

Gramercy Park Gets A Luxe Condo Conversion of Cabrini Medical Center

Rendering for Gramercy Square, a new construction in Manhattan

Renderings of Gramercy Square have been revealed for the condo conversion of the former Cabrini Medical Center. The condo complex, slated for completion sometime this year, will comprise four separate buildings – each quite unique from the others architecturally – and a total of 223 residences.

Listings Revealed for Herzog & de Meuron's 160 Leroy Street

The Herzog & de Meuron–designed 160 Leroy Street has finally offered up listing information for its West Village mid-rise condominiums.

2015 Closes Out with Surging Manhattan Real Estate Prices

The New Year has been rung in and 2015’s 4Q reports have confirmed the undeniable: Manhattan’s real estate prices are on the up. In Miller Samuel’s final Elliman Report for the old year, Manhattan housing prices set records as sales all around remained on the higher end. Over the 27-year data series, 4Q of 2015 marked the highest sales prices in the borough.

Real Estate Rewind: A Year-End Review of the NYC Market

Over the past year, New Construction Manhattan has reported on the top stories in New York City real estate. From new construction plans to top listings, and the state of the real estate market, the stories of the year touch on a number of layers that make up NYC real estate. With 2015 coming to a close, it’s an obvious choice to start from the beginning — the very beginning — in this year-end review.

520 West 28th Street: Luxury from the Future

Rendering of 520 West 28th Street bedroom and balcony.

It’s not quite a manor on Coruscant, but at least it’s not in a galaxy far, far away. The highly anticipated High Line residential project designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, 520 West 28th Street, recently released new renderings of its interiors, and it promises to be as futuristic as everyone hoped.

New York in the Running to Dethrone London’s Housing Market

Famous Tiffany clock outside Grand Central Terminal.

Photo via Wikipedia Commons user SpoilMeWith

This year Manhattan hit a new milestone, with apartments reaching an average sales price of $1 million for the very first time. The city's inventory is also on the rise, with the most number of newly constructed condos hitting the Manhattan market since 2007.