Real Estate Wire: Harlem’s Upcoming Tallest Building; Graffiti on the Rise Across NYC

Posted On Tue, October 7, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, October 7, 2014 By In Real Estate Wire

  • Harlem’s soon-to-be tallest building at 1800 Park Avenue gets a new look. [YIMBY]
  • Sunnyside residents want to add a bridge of affordable housing to join two halves of their neighborhood currently bisected by the LIRR and freight rail yards. [Curbed]
  • Graffiti is back. More and more tags are appearing overnight across the city and graffiti-related arrests are up. [NY Post]
  • A 40-year-old, family-owned Brooklyn company has bought a series of Harlem apartment buildings from Denver-based AIMCO for $67 million. [CO]
  • Condos at a converted St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital at 432 West 52nd Street, have hit the market. The units are priced between $610,000 to $2.395 million. [Curbed]

Images: 1800 Park Avenue (left); Graffiti on the Lower East Side (right)



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