The Real Deal New York

Manhattan’s last parking lots

Developers have long been snatching up parking lots, but there are still a number of them in play — and ripe for development
By Rich Bockmann | September 19, 2014 10:21AM

From the September issue: Try finding a place to park below 59th Street in Manhattan and you might discover that lots with available spots are hard to come by. That’s because as developers have snapped up parking lots and garages for real estate projects over the past decade, about a third of the land used for parking has disappeared. [more]