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River Ring Gets Okayed, With 13 Conditions

If Two Trees thought a waterfront park with an urban beach and kayaking, a new YMCA, 25 percent deeply affordable housing, and a resiliency infrastructure of tidal flats, saltwater marshes, and breakwaters (with an 18-hole mini-golf course open to the public in the meantime) would be enough to pl… More »

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The Leaning Tower of Seaport May Finally Break Its Bad Luck

Some buildings just seem to have bad luck. Take 1 Seaport, a 670-foot-tall condo tower which leans ever so slightly to the north — three inches, to be precise. The developer blames the contractor’s sloppiness, and the contractor claims the developer… More »

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The “Horrendous” Luxury Rentals That Need Gut Renovations After Just a Decade

When Truffles Tribeca, a luxury rental on the northeastern edge of the neighborhood, opened in 2009, it was very au courant, with its polished concrete and dark-wood floors, its jewel-tone walls, its exposed ductwork, and an 18th-century opium bed that the developers <a href="https://ny.curbed.co… More »

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Why Throgs Neck Homeowners Are Up in Arms About Two 8-Story Buildings

The waterfront neighborhood of Throgs Neck in the Bronx is known for its bungalows, including some former three-season beach houses that look out over the Long Island Sound. Much like Breezy Point in Queens, many of the homes are owned by firefighters and police officers. Between the yacht club a… More »

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Dreams, Demolished: Grand Prospect Hall Will Be Torn Down

“We make your dreams come true!” You couldn’t watch local New York television for more than 30 years without running into Michael and Alice Halkias, stiffly dressed and stiff of delivery, beckoning you into the Grand Prospect Hall, their Brooklyn wedding palace. It was a great old raddled dowager… More »

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So Long, 666 Fifth Avenue

So long, 666 Fifth Avenue; hello, 660 Fifth. That slight change of address, eliminating the Mark of the Real-Estate Beast from the tower between 52nd and 53rd Streets, has started to take physical form in recent days as a crisp new glass curtain wall <a href="https://newyorkyimby.com/2021/08/660-… More »

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