Design / Build

Developers: To increase the affordable housing stock, get familiar with zoning rules - by Peter Bafitis

The affordable housing stock nationwide has been inadequate for a long time, arguably presenting a crisis that must be addressed. In New York City, demand for affordable units is in the

Making the case for property tax reductions in office space in 2022 - by David Wilkes

Among the various types of properties that are the subject of tax certiorari proceedings, office buildings today present some of the greatest challenges. For hotels, the impact of

Decarbonizing New York’s buildings and optimizing building performance - by Janet Joseph

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow recently provided the opportunity for NYSERDA to join leaders to share ideas about working together, across

SoHo Broadway Initiative unveils Public Realm Vision

Manhattan, NY The SoHo Broadway Initiative (SBI), the neighborhood-focused business improvement district committed to fostering a unique,

RKTB Architects celebrate completion of Phoenix Estates II

Bronx, NY Ushering in a new era for affordable housing development strategy in the five boroughs, RKTB Architects celebrated the completion of Phoenix Estates II, a

Exec. of the Month: Luis Rivera leads his team in business development & outreach as well as quality control

New York, NY Luis Rivera is a partner at Nandinee Phookan Architects, a New York City-based architecture and design firm where he heads the

Elite Builders & Management awarded entire miscellaneous steel contract at Bronx Point

Bronx, NY Elite Builders & Management (EBM), a New York-based M/WBE design-build company specializing in ornamental, structural, and miscellaneous steel, has been

Amenities: A reinvestment trend - by Tom Vecchione

Creating a place of choice has never been more important for New York office buildings. Most commercial offices are facing a spectrum of challenging forces due to

JDS Development Group and SHoP Architects top out The Brooklyn Tower at 9 DeKalb

Brooklyn, NY JDS Development Group and SHoP Architects celebrated the topping out of The Brooklyn Tower at 9 DeKalb Ave.—the borough’s first supertall

Conway Capital acquires Park Slope multifamily building for $8 million

New York, NY Abe Cohen's Conway Capital, with the MacTaggart family as partner, have acquired a four story, multi-family building in Park Slope for $8 million