NYC Nightseeing Map
Can't find your way in the dark? Then look no further than the IESNYC's fifth edition of its night walking guide.
Rafael Cestero has been named New York City’s housing commissioner. He will head the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).
New York Times
When the New York Times chose Renzo Piano Building Workshop's soaring glass and ceramic rod design in a limited competition for its Manhattan headquarters, it was looking to represent the fabled “gray lady” as a cutting-edge 21st century information organization, through both literal and metaphoric...
When the Hearst Tower was completed in 2006, it became the first office tower in New York City to be certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council for both its core and shell as well as its interior fit out. In part, it garnered this distinction for its use of daylighting controls, which...
COLUMBUS, OHIO The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) Board recently approved more than $5 million to fund affordable housing;
A Whole New HUD?
For years, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been Washington, D.C.'s incredible shrinking agency, beaten down by scandals, staff losses, budget cuts, and a diminished mandate.
Goldman Sachs Commits $61 Million to NY Fund
The Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group announced that it has invested $61 million in the New York Equity Fund (NYEF), the largest single investment in the fund’s history.
Calogero Leads NYHC
New York City — Judy Calogero has been named the new CEO of the New York Housing Conference (NYHC), a coalition of developers, managers, and investors in affordable housing.
Donovan Outlines Vision for HUD
New York City— Shaun Donovan outlined an ambitious agenda for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at a housing conference hosted by New York University Friday, Feb. 13.
Tax Break for BellTel
Brooklyn, N.Y.— By July, potential home buyers considering a condo at the BellTel Lofts here will have an extra incentive to sign a contract—the development has won a tax exemption from the city that will cut projected monthly property taxes for homeowners roughly in half for 10 years.