Though 2016 saw a slowdown for luxury sales and rentals, we are still seeing a new crop of high-end apartments popping up throughout the city. Developers are enlisting tactics such as eco-friendly building, the option for smaller square footage (and thus lower prices), and sometimes eschewing rentals entirely in order to entice potential customers. Here’s a look at the latest in real estate development across all five boroughs.
Since plans were announced back in 2014, anticipation over Anthony Bourdain’s New York food market has been steadily ramping up. The $60 million project, which is set to include a full-service restaurant and over 100 vendors, is now set to launch in 2019. At 155,000 square feet, Bourdain Market will be the largest food market in New York and is expected to receive 20,000 visitors a day once it opens. As the host of travel and food shows such as “Parts Unknown” and “No Reservations,” Bourdain has become acquainted with all of the best food around the world – and now he plans to bring it to New York.
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