https://dovevn.com/

realestate | Page 2


Six Short Blocks With a Lot to Say

Six Short Blocks With a Lot to Say

Donna Florio is at work on a chatty, anecdotal history of Bank Street, her home address for nearly her entire life. Among those who have shared its sidewalks with her are John and Yoko, Bella Abzug, the real-life Auntie Mame and Sid Vicious.

Feeding the Financial District

Feeding the Financial District

Peter Poulakakos owns no fewer than 10 restaurants south of Chambers Street, and he has several other projects in the works, including the Pier A Harbor House, which overlooks the Hudson River in Battery Park.

Buying Art Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating: Yes, There’s an App

Buying Art Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating: Yes, There’s an App

Using the Houzz app, shoppers can virtually hang true-to-scale paintings, mirrors and other wall décor in their homes.

Veterans Need Not Apply

Veterans Need Not Apply

Alex Donahue, a United States Air Force veteran, had trouble finding an apartment in New York because landlords would not recognize his military housing allowance.

The Western Edge of Hell’s Kitchen Goes Residential

The Western Edge of Hell’s Kitchen Goes Residential

A rendering of Oskar, a rental building with a terra-cotta facade at 572 11th Avenue, at West 43rd Street.

House Hunting in … Canada

House Hunting in … Canada

Ema Peter for The New York Times

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Kathy Smith has lived in Harlem for 19 years, and says “Harlem is not only a place, it’s a spirit, a feeling.”

David Adjaye Designs a Tower for the Financial District

David Adjaye Designs a Tower for the Financial District

David Adjaye, the architect best known for designing the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, wanted his tower at 130 William Street to reflect the area’s history.

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two half-floor sponsor units on the 91st floor of 432 Park Avenue sold to an unknown buyer for $60 million. This was New York City’s most expensive closed sale in January, according to property records.

How Tariffs Could Make That New Apartment More Expensive

How Tariffs Could Make That New Apartment More Expensive

Tariffs on steel manufactured in China and elsewhere will make construction more expensive in New York City.

Uptown, With a Downtown Vibe

Uptown, With a Downtown Vibe

Winnie Au for The New York Times

The New High-Rent Districts

The New High-Rent Districts

Matt Tenero and Gretchen Ward moved into a rent-stabilized apartment by the southern edge of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, three years ago, paying $1,900 a month. Now they are alarmed to see nearby one-bedrooms renting for $2,675.

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

Laura Moss for The New York Times

 Power Lifting of a Residential Kind

Power Lifting of a Residential Kind

Jay Wright and his Wright Fit company are behind several high-end fitness centers in luxury residential projects.


© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.