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  1. street view
    Morningside Heights Gets That Much HigherTwo seminary campuses monetize their air.
  2. developing
    ‘They’re Destroying an Artists’ Block’: Locals on the Vornado Penn Station PlanA furrier, a circus school, and other shops on the big changes coming to their block.
  3. developing
    When a New High-Rise Means Less HousingA new tower is four times the height of its predecessor, yet it has fewer apartments.
  4. developing
    The Trump International Hotel, Remembered by Yelp“It reeks.”
  5. brick and mortar
    Cheap Meat or Luxury Rentals? Inside the Fight at Western BeefA son’s plan to upscale the grocery’s real-estate empire is reined in by his father.
  6. street view
    Most Green Buildings Aren’t Even Close to Being Carbon-Neutral — YetWith a few exceptions, their claims — at least so far — are built on fuzzy math and borrowing against the future.
  7. the metaverse
    Now You Can Get a Mortgage in the MetaverseIn crypto, of course.
  8. developing
    Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue, Known ‘Canyon of Mediocrity,’ Now Has $5M PenthousesHigh-end developments begin to infiltrate among the gas stations and no-frills rentals.
  9. developing
    How New York City’s Skyline Will Change in 2022The skyline-, neighborhood-, and city-changing projects for this coming year.
  10. developing
    The Site Chosen by Elizabeth Street Garden Supporters Gets Affordable HousingBut that doesn’t mean the garden will stay.
  11. developing
    A Family of Three Making $42,000 Will Be Able to Live in SohoThe neighborhood rezoning, expected to pass Wednesday, will prioritize affordability.
  12. developing
    If This Deal Is Any Guide, New York Rents Aren’t Going to Calm Down Anytime SoonThe buyers of the American Copper Buildings are betting on the numbers rising and rising some more.
  13. developing
    Architects Agree: The Buildings Around the High Line Are TerribleThe black hole of starchitecture.
  14. developing
    Elliman’s Top Brokers Are Selling Luxury Real Estate in the MetaverseTaking the real out of real estate, for fun and profit.
  15. developing
    This Is the Beginning of Gowanus’s New SkylineAn expansive rezoning passed today has developers ready to build, build, build.
  16. developing
    A Billionaire-vs.-Millionaire Penthouse BattleOn the Upper West Side, Bill Ackman wants to build a remarkable glass house. But his neighbors have stones.
  17. developing
    Ben Kallos Really Didn’t Want the Blood Center RedevelopmentBut the City Council is voting for it anyway.
  18. developing
    The Observation-Deck Wars Are HereEdge, at Hudson Yards, offers a tethered outdoor climb 1,200 feet above the street — for $185.
  19. developing
    Farewell to the Half Bean, Tribeca’s Best Unfinished LandmarkThe artist’s mini “Cloud Gate” is nearly complete — so go see it before it’s done.
  20. architecture review
    The Observation Deck at One Vanderbilt Is a Ridiculous Place“Surely there’s a better way than assaulting them with lights and mirrors.”
  21. developing
    A Lenape Tribe Finally Wrests Its Sacred Site Back From DevelopersFighting back the latest threat to the Ramapough people.
  22. developing
    With Google Moving In, Hudson Square Is Trying to Spruce Up the PlaceThe neighborhood is now a major tech hub, so it should probably be connected to the rest of the city.
  23. architecture review
    Manhattan West Is (a Little Bit) What Hudson Yards Should Have BeenIt’s still a corporate simulacrum of a city, but given the history of such gestures, it’s surprising they got it anywhere close to right.
  24. developing
    It Just Keeps Getting Worse for 432 ParkA new lawsuit seems likely to spoil sales at the Billionaires’ Row tower.
  25. developing
    Continuum’s Towers Were Nixed by the City. So the Developer Is Suing.The Botanic Garden fight may go another round.
  26. developing
    River Ring Gets Okayed, With 13 ConditionsSmaller towers, more affordable apartments, and a slew of other requirements.
  27. developing
    The Leaning Tower of Seaport May Finally Break Its Bad LuckBut it’s still tilting ever so slightly to the north.
  28. developing
    The “Horrendous” Luxury Rentals That Need Gut Renovations After Just a DecadeThe life cycle of a high-end building is getting shorter.
  29. developing
    Why Throgs Neck Homeowners Are Up in Arms About Two 8-Story BuildingsIt’s not just the height, or the number of units — it’s who might end up living there too.
  30. developing
    Dreams, Demolished: Grand Prospect Hall Will Be Torn DownThe 129-year-old former opera house is being razed to make way for a new development
  31. developing
    So Long, 666 Fifth AvenueIts past lives included Noguchi art, a cigar lounge, that satanic address, and Jared Kushner.
  32. developing
    Adams’s Office Gives a Thumbs-Down to Towers by the Brooklyn Botanic GardenThe greenhouses win out.
  33. developing
    The Brooklyn Skyline Is About to Change Forever With 9 DeKalbEverything we know about the borough’s first supertall.
  34. developing
    Developers Will Finally Have to Assess Who Gets Displaced by RezoningsNew legislation will require racial-equity reports for many major developments.
  35. developing
    The Bronx Could Get a Salsa Museum in the Kingsbridge ArmoryThe borough, where the genre was born, would be a perfect home.
  36. developing
    The UES Battle Over a Blood Lab Is Not About BloodPreservationists and elected officials fear pathogens could escape into the neighborhood.
  37. developing
    What’s a Crown Heights Supermarket Worth?It’s a lifeline to local residents. It’s also a valuable development site. You can guess where this story is headed.
  38. developing
    A Brooklyn Building Is Screeching. We Asked an Acoustician Why.Wind is creating an effect like “when you blow over the top of an empty soda bottle.”
  39. developing
    Hudson Yards Has Landscaped Out the Food Vendors“I’m not selling drugs. I’m a hot-dog guy.”
  40. developing
    Lawsuit Against Zoom Meetings Could Derail the Gowanus Rezoning (and Much More)The challenge, if successful, could create a legal opening to stall developments.
  41. developing
    Build a Tower, Save a Museum?That’s the gamble in the Seaport historic district.
  42. developing
    Queens Megaproject Passes With Barely Any Affordable HousingOut of 1,725 apartments, just 90 will be below-market-rate.
  43. developing
    Will You Someday Want to Live on Rikers Island?Once new jails rise elsewhere, the island could become a built-from-scratch neighborhood.
  44. developing
    Flowers Win Over Towers (for Now) in Shade LawsuitA judge has paused plans for two 39-story buildings that would starve the Brooklyn Botanic Garden of sunlight.
  45. developing
    Will Queens Activists Flush Yet Another Luxury Development?There’s a new fight over a swath of undeveloped waterfront land in Flushing.
  46. developing
    Where Could the City Squeeze New Housing Into Soho?The exclusive neighborhood could see thousands of new apartments — some of them “affordable” — if the city gets its way.