Monthly Archives: February 2017

Morningside Heights

Renovation and development just got harder between Amsterdam Avenue and Riverside Drive from 109th to 119th Streets with the creation, Tuesday, of a Morningside Heights Historic District. The value of residential construction citywide fell from $19.5 billion in 2015 to … Continue reading

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Thirsty?

The Appellate Division, First Department, yesterday agreed that water rates for 2016-17 should continue to be frozen for all, rather than increased for multifamily customers so that single family homeowners could get a credit. The Mayor’s plan for the homeowner … Continue reading

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West Wind More Costly

The Post reported this week that  the average price for air rights in Manhattan in 2016 was $292 per square foot, up from $277 in 2015. The City wants a piece of the piece over Broadway theaters, proposing that it … Continue reading

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PSC Intervention Pays Off

Con Edison rates will be going up less this month than requested thanks, in part, to CHIP’s intervention in the State Public Service Commission rate setting proceeding. This was the first time CHIP took part in the process. Con Ed … Continue reading

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