Articles on New Construction Manhattan

Makes Sense: Report Shows New Constructions Are Driving Market

Even before 2015 began, real estate news outlets had commented on the beginnings of a cooldown in New York’s real estate market — the market’s growth would continue steadily, albeit at a more even keel than in the few boom years that preceded it.  On Monday, the 4Q 2014 Elliman Report was released, which illustrated a more accurate picture of the market.  The take home message: Manhattan’s ultraluxe new developments are driving the market.

2014 Year End Roundup: The 5 Biggest Stories for NYC's New Constructions

2014 has been a pretty solid year with a whole lot of brand new projects making headway.  With new constructions going at this pace, New York’s skyline is on track for a pretty neat transformation — and with projects in Brooklyn and Queens on thr rise, especially around the waterfront, the attention isn’t just focused on Manhattan anymore.


Riverside Center: UWS New Construction Megaproject Gets Renderings

Rendering of Building Three's Interior [All images via 6sqft]

As with many cities, New York’s cityscape is constantly evolving.  This goes doubly true considering the bevy of new construction megaprojects rising up in Manhattan and waterfront Brooklyn and Queens.  Manhattan’s planned clusters of high-rises, which are sometimes divisively glassy in their aesthetics, approach their designs with the optimism of crystalline growth.

NYC's 7 Most Ambitious Projects: A Year-End Roundup

2014 is nearing closure, but there are several mega-projects that will still be in progress when your calendar flips back to the beginning.

Trinity Church Enters the Residential Development Game

Image via Pelli Clarke Pelli

Trinity Church was granted one of the highest-valued real estate deals in New York City some three hundred years ago by Britain’s Queen Anne giving the church 215 acres of land in downtown Manhattan.

Construction in Harlem to Displace Local Business?

National Urban League Rendering

West 125th Street in Harlem will be getting a major update, with over twelve new construction buildings going into development in 2014. Residential and commercial properties will be built  in this location along with the new headquarters for the National Urban League and NYC’s first Civil Rights Movement Museum. A certain building that is slated to begin in 2015 on West 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Blvd and Malcolm X Blvd is under major scrutiny as the new development would effectively push out retailers that have held businesses along the busy street.

Lower Manhattan's Burst of Development

Lower Manhattan is planning on massive growth within the next few years, with more than 70 construction projects underway.  The most well-known project, The World Trade Center complex is set to widen the area as a public transportation terminal, with the completion of the Fulton Center, which despite stalls is slated to open in July, and will contain a retail space above the subway lines.  This would complement the reopening of the newer South Ferry Station, which still requires renovations consequent of Hurricane Sandy, as well as the new One World Trade Center, which would expand the current PATH station.  The new complex will also house the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

New York City's Heirloom, Courtesy of J.P Morgan Pt.2

Impression and cylinder from Mesopotamia

With all the intricacy that we see in the Morgan Library’s architecture and interior designs, we can only conclude that we’ve only seen half of what makes this location such an invaluable edifice. Can you imagine that the actual collection held in all the locations mentioned above actually value more than the building itself? 

New York City's Heirloom, Courtesy of J.P. Morgan

Morgan Study

225 Madison Avenue stands as one of the Unites States’ most precious possessions. Once belonging to one of the most influential figures in US history, it is now an invaluable collection of all media from vast time periods, kept together for public and student use alike. 

The Morgan Library and Museum.

Architecture and Design

Upcoming Luxury Condominiums in Manhattan

New York City Skyline

With inventory numbers in New York City at incredibly low values, people looking to buy luxury apartments would be wise to keep an eye out for the new buildings that are currently being developed around the city. These new constructions, which boast of great apartment layouts and a number of fantastic amenities, are scheduled to open up in the coming few months, and sales for these developments are expected to begin soon, some as early as March 2013.