By Roslyn LoAs he prepares to launch sales at The Lantern at 111 West 113th Street, City Connections broker Jeff Krantz is counting the neighborhood's
By Liana Grey A year before Prince William proposed to his college sweetheart, Kate Middleton, the princess-to-be briefly considered moving to New York. According to
By Roland Li The fate of rent regulations affecting over 1 million New York City apartments is now in the hands of Albany’s Senate. Last
[slideshow id=6 w=590 h=400]Roland Li for Real Estate Weekly On the banks of the East River, the Jehovah’s Witnesses churned out pages and pamphlets, fueling
By Liana GreyPS 90, a luxury conversion in Harlem, is less than ten blocks from Castle Gardens, an experimental housing project with rents as low
By Liana GreyHow do you breathe new life into an Art Deco masterpiece — especially one designed by Shreve, Lamb and Harmon, the architecture firm
By Roslyn LoSituated in the heart of Harlem, the new Apex Condominiums offer an avant-garde building in the midst of a neighborhood lush with history.
By Daniel GeigerTitleserv, a title insurance and settlement agency, has shut its doors amidst allegedly unethical and possibly criminal practices at the firm. The company
By Roland LiA four-story townhouse at 236 East 19th Street has sold for $4.8 million. The property, built in 1839, was in need of some
By Roslyn LoThe entertainment industry is a world of its own, a lucrative profession rife with inspiration, yet devoid of a tangible formula for success.