Category: Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods
Asbury's Spark

From the rollicking days of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at the Stone Pony   to the desolate boardwalk scenes in Darren Aronofsky's 2008 film The Wrestler , to today's thriving beachfront escape with a vibrant LGBTQ scene,…

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Neighborhoods
Sutton Place Condo Kerfuffle Continues

A neighborhood group opposed to a condo development project on Manhattan's East Side is still making some noise after it  filed a lawsuit over the summer. As reported in amNY , the East River Fifties Alliance organization was repres…

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Neighborhoods
Surveying the High Life

The seemingly perpetually under-construction Hudson Yards redevelopment – spanning the area from 29 th to 43rd streets between 7 th Avenue and the West Side Highway in Manhattan – is often the target of critique for everything from co…

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Neighborhoods
A Port of Import

While Manhattan still commands the lion's share of attention for its luxury real estate market, skip a stone across the Hudson and you'll find a development that aims to give it a run for its money. Port Imperial, an expansive $2 billion…

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Neighborhoods
Tall & Taller

Condominium buildings can anchor a block, or serve as a hub for community - at least theoretically. And why not? They're communally-run residential dwellings where neighbors must co-exist in close quarters. But on opposite sides of Manhatta…

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Neighborhoods
The Changing Faces of Washington Heights

Washington Heights sits on the narrow neck of land that juts up from Harlem toward the Bronx in upper Manhattan. Developed in stages from around the turn of the last century through World War II, the neighborhood has been referred to by m…

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