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Architectural renderings are more important than you may think

Earlier this month, we wrote a blog post about a pair of copper apartment towers that could be constructed in New York City's Midtown East as early as 2016. We, along with many others, marveled at the architectural renderings for the towers, which looked unique and refreshing. The architectural renderings are a key piece for developers who are trying to complete a new project. The pictures convey beauty and promise, and it can lead to a community accepting the project; or vehemently fighting it.

New figures suggest surging New York condo market

As if any more evidence was needed to show that the New York City housing market is frenetic, evolving and ever-expanding, new data on the first two quarters of the year show that the housing market is still growing; and condominiums seem to be at the center of the growth.

Commercial lease dispute pits pizzeria against NY building owners

The relationship between a business and the landlords that oversee the company's lease (if the business does not have its own space) can be a tenuous one. Some of these commercial real estate relationships are strong, and the tenant and landlord are able to work through their differences. But if the two parties have a strained relationship, then any dispute is likely to turn south in a hurry.

Landlord-tenant disputes: online reviews could spark litigation

Disputes between landlords and their tenants are as old as time (well, at least it feels that way). Two major factors that can cause these dipsutes are rent issues (either nonpayment by the tenant or the alteration of rent by a landlord) and the general conditions of the real estate the tenant occupies (and the landlord is responsible for).

Copper apartment towers to bring fresh look to Midtown East

A portion of Midtown East in Manhattan, New York has been underdeveloped for a while now. The relatively vacant area of the city will be a major target for real estate development in the coming years; and one of the first stones has been cast.

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