Development reshapes the Lower East Side, the expensive price tag of Hudson Yards park, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | September 7, 2018 - 11:00AM

A look at the rise of Essex Crossing, the Lower East Side's mega project that's already transforming Delancey Street (Curbed)

The Hudson Yards park expansion is poised to become NYC’s priciest piece of parkland, with projections pegged at $124 million per acre (Curbed via Crain’s)

The Harlem condo building that replaced the historic Renaissance Ballroom and Casino has launched sales for its 134 apartments, starting at $580,000 (Curbed)

Cosmopolitan Magazine recently launched CosmoLiving, a new line of branded furniture and rugs that are designed to fit into small spaces—ideal for many NYC apartments (Apartment Therapy)

A primer on the different types of affordable housing (Real Estate Weekly)

The Department of Buildings finally formalized regulations for enclosed balconies and terraces, citing that they do not require permits, giving relief to thousands of co-op and condo owners (Habitat)


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