Yearly Archives: 2018

Jennifer Brown, Founding Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership, to Depart After More...

Jennifer Brown, the first and only Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID), will leave this fall after more than a dozen years of service to the neighborhood. Ms. Brown will begin work next month as Executive Director of the Montclair Center BID, working in the area where she and her family live.

Consumers’ Expectations Largely Stable; while Home Price Growth Expectations Continue to Retreat

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Center for Microeconomic Data released the August 2018 Survey of Consumer Expectations, which shows a slight increase in the medium-term inflation expectations.
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MAYOR DE BLASIO AND COUNCIL MEMBER RODRIGUEZ CELEBRATE CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL OF THE INWOOD...

The de Blasio Administration and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez today celebrated the City Council’s approval of the Inwood neighborhood rezoning, the City’s plan to ensure Inwood remains an affordable, attractive neighborhood for working and immigrant families.
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Homebuyer demand keeps NY housing market moving

The New York State housing market posted a solid first half of the year with 60,043 closed sales, falling only 3.8 percent behind the 2017 record sales pace, according to the housing market report released today by the New York State Association of REALTORS. The statewide median sales price continued to grow though the first six months of 2018, climbing 8.9 percent from the first half of 2017 to reach $262,500

OGS Announces Upcoming Construction and Consulting Opportunities

RoAnn M. Destito, New York State Office of General Services Commissioner today announced bidding for one construction contracts listed below by county. Firms interested in additional information or to acquire bid documents should visit the OGS website

Stefanik, Kilmer Introduce Broadband for All Act

Representatives Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Derek Kilmer (D-WA) introduced the Broadband for All Act. The bill creates refundable tax credits for businesses and groups of people who team up to build the infrastructure that connects them to the country’s existing rural broadband service.

YOUR KEY TO NYC: MAYOR DE BLASIO ANNOUNCES LARGEST YEAR FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRODUCTION...

Mayor de Blasio today announced that his administration financed 32,116 affordable homes last year, breaking the all-time record previously set by former Mayor Ed Koch in 1989 of 25,243 units. The City also broke the record for the most new construction with 9,140 affordable homes; almost 60 percent of all homes financed will serve New Yorkers making less than $47,000 for a family of three

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $125,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR CNY FAIR HOUSING, INC. IN SYRACUSE

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced $125,000 in federal funding for CNY Fair Housing, Inc. in Syracuse. The funds were provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP) Education and Outreach Initiative grants

REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS INVITED TO JOIN JUNE TRADE MISSION TO THE PHILIPPINES

Looking to foster investment opportunities between real estate stakeholders in the Philippines and the U.S., the Filipino American Real Estate Professional Association Silicon Valley chapter is organizing a trade mission to the Philippines on June 16-29. The trade mission will take participants to Manila, the country's capital, to the island of Palawan, which has the best beaches in the world, and to Vigan, a city known for its preserved Spanish colonial and Asian architecture

Press Launch for Making Room: Housing for a Changing America

Focused on the 21st-century housing needs of a changing America, the National Building Museum's Making Room exhibition is poised for the first scheduled transformation of the exhibition's centerpiece-the 1,000-square-foot "Open House" built within the galleries.

New York City Fire Fatalities Rise 35% in 2017

While 2016 was the Big Apple’s safest year in terms of fire fatalities, 2017 experienced a 35% spike, increasing from 48 fire deaths to 73 in the year just concluded. The 2016 low corresponded with a decades-long trend than can be largely attributed to an increase in fire sprinkler system installations, as New York City regulations have consistently expanded requirements for sprinklers.

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Jennifer Brown, Founding Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership, to...

Jennifer Brown, the first and only Executive Director of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID), will leave this fall after more than a dozen years of service to the neighborhood. Ms. Brown will begin work next month as Executive Director of the Montclair Center BID, working in the area where she and her family live.