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Gentrification City: Investors are turning to other corners of NYC to chase returns
February 01, 2019 12:15PM
Eddie Small and Dennis Lynch
Once upon a time, developers who were looking to make smart investment plays would throw up a building in Williamsburg, Long Island City or...
Bedford 2.0? Can a street filled with small, trendy retail take off in the South Bronx?
January 14, 2019 10:15AM
Before Noëlle Santos struck a deal to rent 2,300 square feet along Alexander Avenue for the only independent bookstore and wine bar in the...
Atlanta’s version of the High Line sparks gentrification fears
September 02, 2018 11:00AM
Atlanta is struggling with an affordable-housing problem around its version of the High Line. The BeltLine – a 22-mile trail looping around the city...
Cuomo and Nixon spar over housing during Wednesday night debate
August 30, 2018 09:30AM
The first — and only — debate between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon before next month’s gubernatorial primary briefly touched on the issue...
Gentrification Nation: Downtown LA is fastest gentrifying area in the US,
March 06, 2018 10:45AM
Downtown Los Angeles has become ground zero for gentrification. That’s according to a new survey from RentCafe, which ranked the 20 fastest gentrifying ZIP...
The next frontier: Developers are zeroing in on these five outer borough neighborhoods
January 31, 2018 11:30AM
It used to be that developers looking to make smart investment plays in New York City would throw up a building in Williamsburg, Long...
Why investors are flocking to Far Rockaway
January 26, 2018 08:00AM
Far Rockaway may be one of the farthest-flung parts of the city, but over the past few years that hasn’t been much of a...
Why investors are flocking to East New York
January 25, 2018 07:30AM
When Brooklyn’s East New York was rezoned in 2016, it touched off a real estate makeover. That year, developers filed applications for 339 residential...
Why investors are flocking to Longwood and Morrisania in the Bronx
January 24, 2018 07:30AM
Longwood and Morrisania may not have completely escaped the problems that plagued the South Bronx during the infamous 1970s, but there are growing signs...
Why investors are flocking to Concourse and Melrose in the Bronx
January 23, 2018 07:30AM
For most New Yorkers, Melrose and Concourse are key points of reference in the Bronx — whether they know them by name or not....
The next frontier: Why investors are flocking to Rego Park
January 22, 2018 07:30AM
Hipsters and Rego Park might not get along very well. “It’s not trendy enough for them,” said Kobi Zamir, a broker with GFI who...
These are the NYC areas seeing an uptick in activity amid a down market
January 11, 2018 07:30AM
Eddie Small and Dennis Lynch
From the January issue: Once upon a time, developers who were looking to make smart investment plays would throw up a building in Williamsburg, Long...
It won’t be Williamsburg: Developers envision a gentrified South Bronx
September 14, 2017 03:32PM
UPDATED, 5:31 p.m. September 15: If you ask Robert Nelson, gentrification isn’t a bad thing. It’s just misunderstood. “I think there are a lot of...
Is the link between gentrification and displacement actually that strong?
August 18, 2017 10:50AM
Although proposals for large new developments in New York City almost always face criticism that they will displace current neighborhood residents, research has shown...
Is East New York for real?
July 20, 2017 03:30PM
Development in Brooklyn has seemed like an unstoppable force over the past few years, washing over neighborhoods and leaving behind a trail of luxury...
Gentrification finally reaches longtime Bronx residents
July 09, 2017 04:00PM
The South Bronx is already seeing major investment, and even more is coming. But for the longtime residents of tenement-like buildings, like the one at 700...
The anatomy of gentrification: How the Clock Tower building is changing the
May 18, 2017 12:45PM
In Williamsburg, the slow crawl of gentrification kicked into sixth gear following the 2005 rezoning. In Long Island City, the City Lights co-op spurred...
Brownsville residents worry Cuomo’s $1.4B plan may do more harm than good
March 15, 2017 10:50AM
Some Brownsville residents are skeptical of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to pump $1.4 billion into Brooklyn low-income neighborhoods, fearing it will encourage gentrification and...
Chinatown menu? New development, not dumplings
February 09, 2017 10:08AM
Dumplings and scallion pancakes, move over. Gentrification and new development are taking over Chinatown. The neighborhood’s restaurant scene is on the front lines, with...
Different generations of co-op owners are at odds over upgrades, fees
October 28, 2016 12:44PM
New York City co-op residents are increasingly butting heads over whether or not shelling out cash for revamps and improvements is worth it.
Home Depot buys Bronx retail location from Madison International Realty for $40M
Keller Williams Midtown CEO forced out: sources
Sitex continues buying spree with $36M industrial buy in Queens
Rabsky sells Williamsburg apartment building to UDR for $130M
Lichtenstein on Amazon pullout: “Worst day for NYC since 9-11”
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