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Corbin Page, left, and Mo Shaikh founded Meridio, a Brooklyn-based company looking to introduce blockchain technology to the real estate market.
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Sarah Saltzberg and Jon Goodell are the founders of Bohemia Realty Group, a real estate agency in Upper Manhattan. Ms. Saltzberg and many of Bohemia’s agents have a background in the arts; so do some of their clients, including Jesse Tyler Ferguson of “Modern Family” and Tony Award-winning actor Laura Benanti.
Skyline Tower is being built across from the former Citicorp building in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon has leased one million square feet of space.
Two half-floor sponsor units on the 91st floor of 432 Park Avenue sold to an unknown buyer for $60 million. This was New York City’s most expensive closed sale in January, according to property records.
Kristen Pride recently moved back to Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where she grew up. But she hasn’t told her family what she pays in rent. Her dad, she said, “is super passionate about gentrification. He gets so mad and is like, ‘This is crazy, people shouldn’t be paying this much in Bed-Stuy!’”
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Aine M. Brazil at the south tower of Hudson Yards, which will one day be a 900-foot-tall concrete-frame commercial office building. “I’m finding it fun to be involved in,” she says, “because it’s not just about creating the land beneath a development or the structure of a tower, it’s about creating an entire neighborhood.”
Patterned tile isn’t the only way to add drama to a bathroom: By combining muted-color tiles in two shapes — hexagonal and rectangular ($35 and $28 a square foot, from Fireclay Tile) — Megan Gilger of the blog Fresh Exchange created a Zen-like space with visual interest.
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Tariffs on steel manufactured in China and elsewhere will make construction more expensive in New York City.
David Kelly on the rooftop terrace he designed and planted for a $22.5 million duplex apartment in TriBeCa. Among the concepts: The trees look as if they were growing from the earth. Twenty tons of soil helped make that possible.
Nikolai Fedak, 23, at work in his TriBeCa office on the website New York Yimby, which stands for Yes in My Back Yard. His satellite office is the street.
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