The influx of tall towers has grabbed the attention of residents.
Property Markets Group filed plans to develop 29-37 41st Ave. into a skyscraper with 930 apartments.
A developer proposed a 829,260-square-foot building in a lot that's zoned for up to 205,032.
The proposal, which now goes through a formal review process, would allow newer and larger skyscrapers.
Developers would be required to chip into a District Improvement Fund before getting building permits.
Manhattan West will eventually house two skyscrapers and a residential building.
The lights will enhance the color illuminated on the top of the iconic skyscraper.
The chic handbag maker will move into a massive new building in the Hudson Yards development, kicking off construction after years of delays.
The much-anticipated new neighborhood could soon move forward, if developers can find the right tenants.
Community Board 12 voted to oppose a plan by Quadriad Realty to build skyscrapers in Washington Heights as it stands.
The Postal Service will release a stamp immortalizing an Upper West Side skyscraper in its 2012 Earthscapes stamps series.
Families would have to make less than $72,000 to qualify for apartments with cheaper rents in four proposed towers.
The developer of the proposed Washington Heights skyscrapers laid out potential plans for Gorman Park.
CB12 members met with officials from Quadriad Realty Partners to further discuss plans for its skyscrapers in WaHi.
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