There are tons of iconic buildings in the city, but as more glassy structures rise, it’s getting harder for developments to stand out among the rest. However, this stunning tower in Chelsea, dubbed The Fitzroy, doesn't seem to have this problem.
New residential additions to the High Line always seem to catch the eye of New Yorkers, but they often sell out so quickly it can be tough rent or a buy a home in them. Luckily, the High Line-adjacent 505 West 19th Street still has available homes.
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.
While new NYC neighborhoods like Hudson Yards have experienced a boom in construction in recent years, that doesn't mean classic Manhattan area haven't been getting the new development treatment as well. For instance, while Chelsea has long been considered one of the most quintessential NYC neighborhood thanks to its classic lofts, it now has a new addition at225 West 17th Street.
More LEED-certified buildings are being developed than ever, as it seems to be a new standard for luxury condominiums. Here are three of the newest and most eco-friendly buildings in Manhattan, all perfectly designed with environmentally-friendly practices in mind.
Check out these new luxury Manhattan condominiums, with their spacious homes, convenient building amenities, and all located just a walk away from an elementary school, they make being a parent in the city easier than ever.
Long awaited renderings have finally been revealed for Pier 55’s futuristic park above the Hudson River near Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. The park is the collaboration of designer Thomas Heatherwick and landscape architecture firm Mathews Nielsen, who unveiled updated renderings and new details last week.
AT&T customers are in for an underground treat with the company’s latest announcement for users in New York City.
AT&T recently announced that they are expanding their contract with the Transit Wireless. The contract expansion will give 242 extra subway stations the ability to provide AT&T customers with their mobile and data services.