LIC condos getting scooped up sight-unseen, what’s the next ‘millennial pink,’ & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | November 14, 2018 - 11:20AM

Amazon HQ2 may likely be years away, but Long Island City buyers are already snatching up condos—sight-unseen (Business Insider)

Sneak a peek at a notable development in each of the five boroughs (Commercial Observer)

Ten years after residents in a city-owned Harlem building were displaced due to promised renovations, The Legal Aid Society filed a lawsuit on their behalf because they’re still in temporary housing and their former home remains boarded up (press release)

Progress on an 88,000-square-foot condo tower at 303 East 44th St. seems to have ground to a halt. (Yimby)

Will “Gen Z yellow” be the “millennial pink” of 2019? (Apartment Therapy)

Residents near Columbus Circle are getting their own Momofuku Noodle Bar—on the third floor of what owner David Chang still calls the Time Warner Center (Crain’s)


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