Harlem’s Affordable Live/Work Space for Artists Complete; Why Long Island is Dying

Posted On Fri, February 13, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, February 13, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Leasing has begun at the newly renovated luxury homes at Shorecrest Towers at Trump Village. The homes, located in Coney Island, start at $1,500 for studios, $1,650 for one-bedrooms and $2,332 for two-bedrooms. [6sqft inbox]
  • Three reasons Long Island isn’t seeing any growth when compared to other suburbs. [CityLab]
  • HHL Architects has complete work on Artspace PS109 in East Harlem, a derelict circa 1898 C.B.J. Snyder-designed public school turned an affordable live/work housing project for artists and their families. [6sqft inbox]
  • Have a look inside the Waldorf Astoria’s Presidential Suite. [NYT]
  • Former Mets and Yankees ball player David Cone is in contract to buy an $8 million apartment at Greenwich Lane. [NYP]
  • Despite a growing homeless population, the city will likely receive fewer dollars from the state’s homeless-housing fund. [Crain’s]

Images: PS109 (L); Long Island housing map (R)

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