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Roosevelt Island

Roosevelt Island
New York, NY 10044
Retail, Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

Roosevelt Island is a narrow, 147-acre island of roughly 12,000 residents in the East River between Queens and Manhattan. It is part of the borough of Manhattan. Since 1976, an aerial tramway has ferried passengers between Roosevelt Island to the Upper East Side. A subway connection opened in 1989. Until 1971, Roosevelt Island was called Welfare Island because of hospitals, prisons, mental asylums and government-subsidized housing developments located there. Cornell University is developing a satellite campus at the southern end of the island. Over the next 25 years, the university is planning to build a 2 million-square-foot science campus, populated by thousands of students and engineering and technology professionals. A New York City developer, the Related Companies, has built several upscale condominiums and rental buildings on the island, including Riverwalk Place and Riverwalk Crossing. Another developer, Becker + Becker, completed the 500-unit rental Octagon on Main Street. Residents enter the building through a lobby that was previously part of a 19th-century lunatic asylum.

  • Address Roosevelt Island
  • neighborhood Roosevelt Island
  • borough Manhattan

08/15/2017
A new rental project on Roosevelt Island closely followed the Broome Street building, ranking second among the top 10 permit applications for new buildings filed with the city last month, according to DOB data compiled by The Real Deal. Related Companies and Hudson Companies filed plans for 460 Main Street, a 253,974-square-foot residential building that will be the eighth to join the developers' Riverwalk rental complex...

06/15/2017
Clockwise from bottom left: Gulf Avenue site on Staten Island, rendering of 351 West 38th Street, 809 Neptune Avenue and a rendering of Cornell Clockwise from bottom left: Gulf Avenue site on Staten Island, rendering of 351 West 38th Street, 809 Neptune Avenue and a rendering of Cornell...

04/01/2015
Her employer is a company that goes big â€' from the decade-long megaprojects of the Barclays Center and Pacific Park, to redeveloping Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum and building part of the Cornell Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island...

02/02/2015
CBRE’s Darcy Stacom and Eastdil’s Doug Harmon One of New York City’s longest-standing rivalries, between Eastdil Secured and CBRE for the lead in investment sales, CBRE’s Darcy Stacom and Eastdil’s Doug Harmon One of New York City’s longest-standing rivalries, between Eastdil Secured and CBRE for the lead in investment sales,...

10/01/2010
Founded in 1997, Urban American made one of the city’s largest multifamily purchases ever in 2007, when it paid $918 million for the five-building portfolio of former Mitchell-Lama apartment buildings in Harlem and Roosevelt Island from Cammeby’s International...