Real Estate Wire: Luxury Development Hitting the West 90s; 70,000 People Apply for 38 Affordable Apartments in Williamsburg

Posted On Tue, December 30, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, December 30, 2014 By In Real Estate Wire

  • The West 90s, long considered the more affordable part of the Upper West Side, is seeing an influx of luxury development. [NYT]
  • 70,000 people applied for 38 affordable apartments in Williamsburg at 59 Frost Street. [DNAinfo]
  • Not everyone agrees with the Times endorsement of the QueensWay. [2nd Ave. Sagas]
  • Soap opera star Noelle Beck lists her Stuyvesant Square townhouse for $17 million, almost 1,000 percent more than what she paid for it in 1997. [NYDN]
  • Dumpster-diving artist lists his two-room Village studio for $1.3 million. [Curbed]

Upper West Side via CityRealty (L); Rendering of 59 Frost Street (R)

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