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  • 1080 Amsterdam Avenue

    1080 Amsterdam Avenue

    A new record has been set: $10,500 a month for a penthouse at 1080 Amsterdam Avenue, making it the most expensive rental in the neighborhood. [more]

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  • Columbia University

    Columbia University

    WEEKENDEDITION Mayor Bill de Blasio wants President Obama’s museum and library established at New York City’s Columbia University. [more]

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  • This month in real estate history

    March 27, 2014 10:30AM
    Fifth Avenue between 48th and 49th streets

    Fifth Avenue between 48th and 49th streets

    From the March issue: Following the slow progression uptown of Manhattan’s business districts, the first reports emerged that Columbia University trustees had decided to allow commercial uses within a large tract of land filled with residential buildings in Midtown 107 years ago this month.

    In 1814, the state granted the school most of the land between 48th and 51st streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues, known as the Upper Estate. [more]

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  • columbia

    Renderings of the new Columbia University School of Nursing

    Columbia University Medical Center filed building permits today for the $34.4 million expansion of the Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion, allowing for the construction of a 65,000-square-foot nursing school on an adjacent corner parking lot in Washington Heights, according to Department of Buildings data. [more]

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  • 1 Haven Avenue

    1 Haven Avenue

    Columbia’s medical center in Washington Heights is relocating its Barnes & Noble college bookstore location a few blocks uptown, taking the space previously home to Community Board 12.

    The Columbia University Medical Center is closing its current bookstore on the southeastern end of the school’s campus and moving it a few blocks uptown to  711 West 168th Street near 169th Street. That address doesn’t match any particular building. A 17-story building at 1 Haven Avenue encompasses the lot, according to public records. [more]

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  • From left: 101 Spring Street, 4 World Trade Center, 250 Bowery and Columbia Sports Center

    From left: 101 Spring Street, 4 World Trade Center, 250 Bowery and Columbia Sports Center

    The Campbell Sports Center, 4 World Trade Center and Donald Judd’s studio were among the New York City projects recognized for their design by the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects this year. [more]

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  • lend-lease

    Renderings of Columbia University expansion and Lend Lease CEO Robert McNamara

    Lend Lease Construction, the giant Australian builder behind the One57 project, is facing a lawsuit from fellow contractors over a $122 million agreement for work on Columbia University’s 17-acre expansion project in Manhattanville, according to filings in the Supreme Court of the state of New York. [more]

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  • Cathedral Gardens

    Cathedral Gardens

    The board of an Upper West Side condominium that sued the building’s construction company over alleged defects is seeking to end the four-year legal battle with a settlement.

    The residents of Cathedral Gardens, a midrise at 52 West 110th Street on the corner of Manhattan Avenue, are having the property inspected to determine the amount in damages that Artimus Construction would be responsible for. [more]

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  • Long-awaited Inwood park opens

    January 20, 2014 12:50PM

    Rendering of Muscota Marsh at West 218th Street and Indian Road in Inwood

    Columbia University finally opened a promised marshland sanctuary after construction was delayed by Hurricane Sandy. The Inwood preserve was agreed to as part of a deal that allowed Columbia to expand in Northern Manhattan. [more]

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  • Academic building boom under way

    December 31, 2013 11:20AM
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    From left: Rendering of new buildings for City College of New York, Jerome L. Greene Science Center in West Harlem and Cornell NYC Tech on Roosevelt Island

    Over the next 20 years, academic buildings will rise all over the city as universities and colleges shell out billions of dollars to develop millions of square feet of new facilities. [more]

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  • 556-558 West 126th Street

    556-558 West 126th Street

    Two multifamily properties near Columbia University’s new 17-acre Manhattanville campus have sold for $15 million, or $384,615 per unit, brokers on the sale told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • From left: 936 and 940-942 Amsterdam Avenue

    From left: 936 and 940-942 Amsterdam Avenue

    Landlords and brokers south of Columbia University are leading an initiative to fill storefronts in the area, commonly known as Manhattan Valley, with food businesses of varying shapes, sizes, and flavors. The bet is that bringing in such venues will improve the area, much like the addition of parks and schools. [more]

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  • U3 Advisors

    From left: Karen Backus, Cornell NYC Tech rendering and Omar Blaik

    Two real estate consultancies, Midtown West-based K. Backus & Associates and Philadelphia-based U3 Ventures, are combining to form U3 Advisors, the companies said. K. Backus & Associates, led by Karen Backus, is serving as a consultant on Cornell University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology’s 2 million-square-foot campus planned for Roosevelt Island, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

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  • 125th Street in Harlem

    125th Street in Harlem

    Harlem’s rapid development and emergence as a viable tourist and business destination has led to a spike in the demand for hotels in the area, so much so that the neighborhood is now short about 1,500 hotel rooms, experts said at a hospitality conference Wednesday.

    Even future growth in the hotel industry won’t be able to meet demand, Curtis Archer, president of the Harlem Community Development Corporation, said at the second-annual Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference held this week. Though two hotels are in the works – a 210-room property near the old Victoria Theater on 125th Street and a 230-room property near Columbia University’s West Harlem expansion – the lodging industry is still “sorely lagging,” Archer added. [more]

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  • Rendering of theJerome L. Greene Science Center at West 129th Street and Broadway

    Rendering of Columbia’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center at West 129th Street and Broadway

    The benefits of Columbia University’s “community benefits agreement,” the school’s olive branch to Harlem residents ruffled by the school’s expansion plans, are already happening, according to a new report from the school. [more]

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  • columbia-marsh

    Rendering of Columbia Boathouse Marsh, West 218th Street and Indian Road

    Columbia Boathouse Marsh is a new waterfront public park in Inwood that is ready for kids, runners and even the sit-downers. Now, all it needs is the city’s OK.

    Built by Columbia University, the public park at West 218th Street and Indian Road still needs a certificate of completion from the Parks Department – and will stay fenced off until it gets the piece of paper. Nothing is missing — benches, rails, plants and lights are all set up, a Columbia spokesperson said. [more]

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  • Campbell Sports Center (Credit: Chris McVoy)

    Campbell Sports Center (Credit: Chris McVoy)

    Whether or not college athletes give any thought to the loveliness of the facilities in which they spend much of their time, the jocks at Columbia University have much to be happy for with the new Campbell Sports Center on Broadway at 218th Street. [more]

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  • atlantic-yards

    Atlantic Yards residential building rendering

    By 2040, there will be no space for hundreds of thousands of the estimated 1 million new residents projected to move to the city, according to a Columbia University Center for Urban Real Estate report cited by the Wall Street Journal.

    That is, unless, a bevy of new housing crops up in waterfront neighborhoods such as Long Island City and Willets Point in Queens, Red Hook in Brooklyn and the Financial District, the report said. In less than 30 years, the city would exceed a population of 9 million, it added. The mega-developments of Hudson Yards on the Far West Side and Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn are only a small step to preventing a population crisis, center director Vishaan Chakrabarti told the Journal. [more]

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  • Mort Zuckerman and a rendering of Columbia’s Manhattanville campus

    Construction crews at Columbia University’s 17-acre expansion project are working on a 450,000-square-foot research institute endowed by Boston Properties CEO Mort Zuckerman that will be dedicated to understanding the human brain, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, slated to open in 2016, will explore several areas of neuroscience, including human behavior and diseases of the brain. It is the first of 15 buildings in Columbia’s new $6.8 billion Manhattanville campus. … [more]

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright and the Guggenheim Museum

    A massive collection of Frank Lloyd Wright artifacts is moving permanently to New York City. Approximately 23,000 architectural drawings, 40 large-scale models, 44,000 photographs, 600 manuscripts and nearly a third of a million pieces of correspondence by the famed architect were acquired by the Museum of Modern Art and Columbia Unviersity’s Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, the New York Times reported. [more]

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