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Kingston, N.Y.: A Historic Hudson City ‘Preparing for Better Opportunities’

December 1, 2021

Showings Aren’t Following Typical Seasonal Slowdown

November 29, 2021

Bank Leumi USA Leads $95M Loan on Long Island City Apartment Tower

November 22, 2021

Ira Zlotowitz Teams Up With Customers Bank in New GPARENCY Venture

November 22, 2021

Zlotowitz debuts direct-to-lender business after Eastern Union exit

November 22, 2021

New projects streaming into Gowanus with rezoning a near certainty

November 18, 2021

ShowingTime rolls out new safety, video tools

November 12, 2021

How ‘Cool Roofs’ Can Help Fight Climate Change

November 10, 2021

A Quiet Studio With a Home-Court Advantage

November 8, 2021

Brooklyn is the gentrification capital of America. This $256 million experiment tries to change that

October 26, 2021

John Catsimatidis breaks ground on 46-story condo project in St. Pete

October 24, 2021

NYC Billionaire Catsimatidis Joins Florida Shift With New Condos

October 22, 2021

Painting to the music

October 21, 2021

Ira Zlotowitz leaving Eastern Union to start new company

October 20, 2021

La mostra (virtuale) sui disegni inediti di Jean-Michel Basquiat

October 20, 2021

City orders Meatpacking office developer to dismantle, rebuild slouching façades

October 14, 2021

Kingston hosts first OMG Art Faire starting Thursday

September 30, 2021

Rare Basquiat drawings featured in online exhibition

September 28, 2021

New exhibition chronicles the history and people of Greenwich Village

September 27, 2021

Glimpse some rare Basquiat sketches he once gifted to a friend

September 24, 2021

Per ShowingTime Data: Home Showings Fall Throughout The U.S. As Historic Summer In Real Estate Ends With Diminished Buyer Traffic; Demand Still Exceeds Months Leading Up To Pandemic

September 23, 2021

Jean-Michel Basquiat Inscribed a Cocktail Book for His Favorite Bartender Before He Died. See His Personal Sketches Inside

September 22, 2021

Basquiat and the bartender

September 22, 2021

ShowingTime's offer management platform sees surging interest

September 20, 2021

Interactive Shadowboxes Breathe Life Into the Legacies of Village Artists

September 16, 2021

New Development Returns, Along With New Holdouts

September 10, 2021

New ‘Dey’ for Manhattan rental seekers

September 9, 2021

Pillars of Community

September 1, 2021

Film and TV Production Make a New York Comeback. But Will the Tax Credits Roll?

August 8, 2021

An Infrastructure Deal Is Finally Close, And It Could Have Huge CRE Impacts

August 2, 2021

‘Magical’ Improvised Performance in Bushwick Aims to Raise $100K for Jazz Musicians

July 9, 2021

New York City Productions Navigate Roadblocks to Stage a Strong Comeback

June 30, 2021

Brooklyn Navy Yard salutes neighborhood with new public spaces

June 27, 2021

New Buildings Lure Tenants With Free Rent

June 9, 2021

What to see around Venice during the Architecture Biennale

May 28, 2021

The third member of this jazz band? A painter.

May 14, 2021

As Museums Slowly Open Up, Feast Your Eyes at These 11 Art-Filled Restaurants

March 25, 2021

Lobby art sucks, but these NYC buildings are redrawing the rules

March 25, 2021

Some gyms at NYC apartment buildings are stepping up Covid safety precautions

March 8, 2021

Steiner Studios

December 17, 2020

Steiner Studios Opens New Facility

December 4, 2020

NYC Rent Plunge Lets Budget-Minded Roommates Finally Live Alone

November 25, 2020

Renting an Apartment on FaceTime? What You See Isn't Always What You Get

November 17, 2020