Brooklyn may be getting new developments, but most have not reached the heights of Manhattan's famed skyscrapers. However, there is one Downtown Brooklyn building that rivals some of Manhattan's iconic skyscrapers, and that is the Hub
Recently, Tribeca has been welcoming more skyscraper-like towers to the area. Adding to the growing collection is 45 Park Place. After nearly a decade of being under development, the 43-story tower is expected to finally reach the finish line soon, and homes have finally hit the market.
As Chelsea continues to add more unique structures in the flashy and desirable neighborhood, we wanted to highlight an established Chelsea gem that still has availability. D’Orsay was completed just two years ago, but its lavish finishes and exclusive homes are too fancy to forget.
Condominiums are being filed all over Manhattan, including on the uber-exclusive Madison Avenue. Plans for an 18-story condo development have just been filed on Madison Avenue and will bring 16 luxury homes to the area.
There's a new standard for New York buildings, one that calls for structures to be built with rare and uncommon materials or have unique shapes to help them stand out among the other thousands of buildings in the city. Take, for example, the new distinct structure coming to 251 First Street.
A gorgeous, modern building still has availability in the West Village, an area of Manhattan known for it's beautiful, rarely available brownstone apartments. 160 Leroy offers possibly one of the last chances to own a home on the waterfront in this iconic neighborhood, so the homes inside that are still available a sure to move fast.