New York City, NY Real Estate


Upper East Side mansion with three-car garage lists for only the second time in 100 years, asking $12M

This 100-year-old house at 182 East 64th Street is extra in every sense of the word. At 25 feet, it’s extra wide; with 8,500 square feet, it’s extra spacious; with 14 rooms and six bathrooms, it’s extra roomy; and with a private three-car garage, it’s extra covetable. In addition to its sheer size, the private residence also has a noteworthy pedigree. It was once home to John Hay “Jock” Whitney and is currently owned by the estate of the late Jayne Wrightsman. It’s now for sale for only the second time in 100 years, asking $12 million.
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Ridgewood apartment complex sells for $14.3M

The Schoolhouse, a 31-unit apartment complex in Ridgewood, sold for $14.3 million, according to commercial real estate firm CBRE. The boutique apartment complex, located at 158-174 Union St., was sold to a private real estate family, CBRE said in a statement. “This asset was uniquely positioned to garner the attention...
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New Jersey Monthly

Hackensack is Back on the Real-Estate Radar for Renters and Buyers

Forgive Hackensack for feeling overlooked. Torched by the British during the Revolution, the Bergen County seat never flexed the industrial muscle of Paterson, boasted the cultural richness of Newark, or enjoyed the cachet of Montclair. Instead, the city on its namesake river became known as a shopping destination. Its Main Street was the place to buy a dress or a suit. You could also catch a matinee at the Fox or the Oritani.

27 affordable senior studios available in Jamaica, Queens, from $683/month

In Jamaica, Queens, an affordable housing lottery has launched for 27 studios set aside for those age 62+. Reserved for seniors earning 40 or 50 percent of the area median income, the units are renting for $522 or $683/month; there are also eight units for which applicants will pay 30 percent of their household income in rent. The building is located at 161-01 89th Avenue, just a few blocks from the E and F trains at Parson Avenue.

Developer Chosen to Modernize Franklin Towers and Courts in Tarrytown

The developer of an affordable housing project on the grounds of the YMCA on Main Street in Tarrytown will be getting his hands dirty again at a nearby rental housing complex in the village. Wilder Balter Partners, Inc. has been chosen by the Tarrytown Municipal Housing Authority to oversee the...

EverWest hits the bullseye with $57M Queens warehouse acquisition

In its second tri-state industrial acquisition this month, EverWest Real Estate Investors has closed on a 70,500 s/f industrial building in Maspeth, Queens, for $57.25 million. The property sits on 2.9 acres at 55-30 46th Street, in a prime location for last-mile industrial and e-commerce distribution, with over 20 million...
New York Post

Rare Manhattan home on exclusive off-grid street lists for $1.7M

Prime penthouses and tony townhouses may define the peak of New York City living — but there’s also the benefit of living on a tucked-away, and off-grid city street. And now, one of those secret lanes is looking for a new resident. A 1,600-square-foot townhouse in East Harlem returned for...

Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner List an Airy NYC Penthouse for $23.5 Million

Just a few weeks after purchasing the largest unit in the Puck Penthouses in New York City, Karlie Kloss and Joshua Kushner have listed a smaller apartment in that same building for $23.5 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The married couple paid $18 million for the 5,672 square foot unit back in 2018, and though they’ve since welcomed their first child and presumably need more space, clearly they were not ready to leave the building.
New York Post

Derelict $685K one-bedroom may be NYC’s most popular apartment listing

This fixer-upper one bedroom is not only a steal but a time capsule — and potential buyers can’t get enough. Located at 53 W. 11th Str., this badly deteriorated Greenwich Village apartment may be the most popular unit on the Manhattan market right now: In the first four days that it was on the market, its broker showed it over 40 times and has dozens more requests to see it.

Strokes axman lists NYC home for nearly $2 million

The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. has listed his Nolita apartment for $1.95 million. The common charges are a mere $695 a month. He bought the one-bedroom, two-bathroom loft at 354 Broome St. for $1.25 million in 2012 from Victoria’s Secret “Angel” Maryna Linchuk. Fiona Apple also once lived in the unit, as did artist Ryan McGinness.
Crain's New York Business

Historic home prices to whack owners in next year’s property tax

U.S. homeowners enjoying historic gains in the value of their property will likely face a hit next year through a higher tax bill. Property taxes—up the most in 15 years in 2020, according to recently released Labor Department data—will likely see even sharper jumps this year. The median price of previously-owned, single-family homes set new highs last year, and have climbed even more in 2021, which could haunt homeowners when the bills come due and potentially force Americans to dig deeper into their savings.

The Deermar, condo tower on storied Park Slope site, launches sales from $599K

While the classic streetscapes surrounding Prospect Park are protected by the Park Slope Historic District and two extensions, the blocks further out in Park Slope and South Slope have seen classic brownstone buildings give way to luxury condominiums. One such case is The Deermar, an 11-story condominium that rose on the former site of a Neo-Grec building dating back to the 19th century. Sales have launched on the 72 studio through two-bedroom units, with occupancy estimated for winter 2021.

Single-family homes for sale in Brooklyn

(BROOKLYN, NY) Looking for a house in Brooklyn? Take a look at these listings pulled today from our classifieds, where homes from around the area are collected in one place. From sweeping views to cozy neighborhoods, there’s something for everyone in this blend of properties from around the area.

North Carolina Developer Buys Queens Site For First NYC Project

A new-to-New York developer just dropped $63M on a Long Island City property. Charlotte, North Carolina-based Grubb Properties, known for its workforce housing development, picked up its first property in the Big Apple: a 54K SF development site at 25-01 Queens Plaza North, according to CBRE, which brokered the deal. Grubb plans to build housing and take advantage of the opportunity zone program.

Tarrytown’s Warehouse on Washington Condos Revitalize a Historic Space

Photos by Duncan Urquhart | courtesy Hudson Hill Partners. Warehouse on Washington’s Westchester condos are the perfect mix of cozy, industrial, and cutting-edge — and you can have one for yourself. This September, real estate developers Hudson Hill Partners unveiled the first of three condo units to be built inside...