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How NYC’s hard hats stack up

One57, the first of the glassy giants to rise on 57th Street, wasn’t Lendlease’s key to Billionaire’s Row — it was a 60-story residential project on West 42nd Street. Roughly a decade ago, Extell...

By the numbers: The state of the (construction) union

To hire union or to go open shop, that is the question — at least for many developers. While that...

NYC commercial construction valued at $23.8B between 2013 and 2017

According to this week’s market reports, Manhattan rents dropped slightly in May and commercial construction activity in NYC totaled...

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Controversial construction safety bill gets Council approval

After months of sparring between union and nonunion groups, the City Council on Wednesday approved a construction safety bill...

Broker lied about construction, created fake renderings to sell her $1.9M Williamsburg condo, buyers claim

A Compass broker is accused of intentionally deceiving a pair of buyers for her $1.9 million condo in Williamsburg, allegedly creating fake renderings, lying...

Stop, hammer time: Q&A with NYC construction boss Charlie Avolio

Earlier this year, Suffolk Construction scored a major job: A mixed-used tower that is expected to be Coney Island’s...

Stop, hammer time: Q&A with NYC construction boss Donal O’Sullivan

Leading up to the opening of the Second Avenue Subway extension in January, Gov. Andrew Cuomo walked the station...

What role will union construction play in the NYC of tomorrow?

A panel of owners, construction managers and labor leaders assembled Wednesday at The Union League On Park Avenue to...

City’s DOB chief opposes apprenticeship bill

NYC Department of Buildings Commissioner Rick Chandler is the latest member of the de Blasio administration to oppose a...

The volume was turned way down on residential development plans in 2016

A lot of the same cranes that dotted the skyline last year will keep swinging away in 2017. But...

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