The latest New York City real estate goings-on from our sister site Curbed NY...
1) Central Park South: Renderings have surfaced for 220 Central Park West, Midtown's newest enormous luxury condo tower, which will rise to 920 feet. The design comes from architect Robert A.M. Stern, who is also responsible for the Limestone Jesus, aka 15 Central Park West, home of the most consistently and mindboggling expensive condos in New York City.
2) Brooklyn: Listing site Rentenna put together a handy map of Brooklyn that shows the average rental price per neighborhood, as well as where rents have been trending upwards or downwards over the past month. Getting more expensive: Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights, and Dumbo. Getting cheaper: Fort Greene, Greenpoint, Windsor Terrace.
3) Forest Hills: The renovation that this single-family classic Tudor just received, courtesy of Essential Design + Build, is so nice that the Queens Chamber of Commerce is giving it an award.
4) Old Brooklyn: The Museum of the City of New York has digitized the collection of photographer Edmund V. Gillon, who shot New York in the '70s and '80s. This way for some great shots of Brooklyn past.
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