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A Look Back at July, 2019 and the Ten Largest Real Estate Projects in NYC


2019 is an exciting year for real estate developers in New York City with ten hotly anticipated projects launched in July,

In the Bronx, five projects include a 14-story and an 8-story mixed-use building, two 11-story residential buildings, and a 17-story building for affordable senior housing. Among the other four boroughs, plans are in place for two 7-story residential projects in Brooklyn and Queens, a large residential and commercial project in Manhattan’s Koreatown, and a mixed-use building on Staten Island.

The largest of the planned projects is one of the projects in the Bronx, a NYCHA project which will include 182 residential units, community space, and commercial space.

Small, Eddie. The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC.  August 2019. Retrieved from

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