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These condos are for sale in Bronx

(BRONX, NY) Whether you’re looking for your first home in Bronx or considering downsizing, condominiums offer a unique value proposition, blending a more affordable entry to the housing market with the chance to live in a managed building while still building equity.
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How a real estate conman gained control of a $2 million brownstone

When convicted fraudster Joseph Makhani allegedly hatched a plan to steal a $2.2 million Harlem brownstone in 2012, the home was dilapidated, with a hole in the roof and an elderly owner who spent her days collecting cans on the street. The owner, Veronica Palmer, might have been vulnerable personally,...

Check out these homes on the Stamford market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Beautiful turnkey home, located on a quiet cul de sac just over the Darien and Rowayton borders, convenient to schools, shopping and restaurants, and
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Affordable Housing Units Still Available in 1492 Bryant Avenue in Crotona Park East, The Bronx

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 1492 Bryant Avenue, a four-story residential building in Crotona Park East, The Bronx. Designed by Node Architecture Engineering Consulting PC and developed by Eduard Haxhari under the 1492 Bryant Avenue LLC, the structure yields 11 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are four units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $44,572 to $139,620.

Billionaire Boys Club Unites With Welcome to Chinatown Organization

Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) has teamed up with Welcome to Chinatown (WTC), a non-profit organization that supports small Asian businesses in Chinatown, NYC. Founded by Pharell Williams and Nigo, Billionaire Boys Club has both American and Asian roots. As such, the brand wants to illustrate the ecosystem of Chinatown and as a vehicle of culture, art and history. BBC and WTC have created a unique directory of Asian businesses in Chinatown for people to go support, while also enlisting Slim Cinema to showcase some of the small business owners. The list includes 10 businesses, and fans are encouraged to purchase from the businesses for the chance to win a commemorative t-shirt designed by graphic illustrator, David Park. The t-shirt will be available as a giveaway from September 18-19 at the BBC ICECREAM NYC flagship store.

Inside a $25 Million NYC Duplex Penthouse Where You Can Swim Among Skyline Views

The penthouse at 240 Park Avenue South may be situated in the heart of New York City, but architecturally it looks like it was plucked from the rolling hills of Bel Air. It owes its contemporary aesthetic to interior designer Søren Rose, who took the unit down to the studs and completely revamped the place over the course of two and a half years. Shortly after all that work was finished, the owner got married and his 6,025-square-foot party pad—complete with a rooftop infinity pool—no longer seemed like the appropriate fit. The newlyweds have since moved to the West Coast,...
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New city, state COVID mandates threaten small businesses

Everything from an employee’s sneeze to a tourist’s vaccination papers are now under the watchful eye of the government thanks to a pair of new COVID-19 mandates, one from City Hall and another from Albany. New York City’s beleaguered small businesses, still struggling to stay alive, fear they’ll buckle under...

Gabriela Hearst Has a New CEO

Thierry Colin, previously chief financial officer for Burberry in New York, is the new chief executive officer at Gabriela Hearst, WWD has learned. The Frenchman quietly joined the New York-based luxury house over the summer, and has begun meeting with Hearst’s key wholesale partners. According to his LinkedIn profile, Colin...
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141 Willoughby Street’s Superstructure Nears Halfway Mark in Downtown Brooklyn

Construction is nearing the halfway mark on 141 Willoughby Street, a 24-story commercial building in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed by Fogarty Finger with SLCE as the executive architect and developed by Savanna Real Estate, which secured $264 million in construction financing earlier this year, the 400,000-square-foot structure will yield a mix of office and retail space on a trapezoidal plot bound by Willoughby Street to the south, Gold Street to the west, and Flatbush Avenue Extension to the east. Gilbane Building Company and Savcon are the general contractors for the project.

Amid the Delta Variant, Manhattan businesses are still struggling to recover from the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Amid the Delta Variant, Manhattan businesses are still struggling to recover from the Coronavirus Pandemic. The coronavirus outbreak has wreaked havoc on businesses all throughout New York City. Restaurants in Manhattan, which rely on the lunch rush from employees of surrounding office buildings, have been hit particularly hard by the downturn.

Check out these Bronx homes on the market

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Beautiful 1 Bedroom coop on the first floor in a well-maintained building. The maintenance includes Electricity, heat, hot and cold water, and gas.

Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: Biggie Smalls’ Loft in Fort Greene, a Neo-Grec in Park Slope

The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Brooklyn Heights carriage house rental, a Bed Stuy brownstone and a standalone in Flatbush. Popular listings are scattered across the borough and into Sullivan County this week. The least expensive is the Brooklyn Heights rental at $2,800 a month and the most expensive is a Park Slope Neo-Grec at $6.75 million.