How Urban Real Estate Development Is Helping NYC Neighborhoods

on Mar 9, 2017 in Travel

Exclusive interior and exterior designers are showing in huge ways how urban real estate development is helping NYC neighborhoods maintain its reputation of being one of the World’s must see destinations. Famous for its tall buildings, real estate moguls like Vladislav Doronin, Soori High Line, Veronica Mainetti, Joe Sitt, and Amit Khurana, are a few of the movers in New York real estate.

These developers are creating luxury property while encouraging the protection of the environment. Veronica Mainetti owner of Sorgente Group of America favors historical preservation in a city filled with millions of residents. Her emphasis on green-friendly buildings with energy efficient non-chemical components is a hit with investors searching for quality.

Aby Rosen has developed a beautiful property that streaks the skyline with a 61-story view along 100 East 53rd Street. Real estate developers are all over the city demonstrating how urban real estate development is helping NYC Neighborhoods. The view from Bowery’s Sperone Westwater Gallery standing at nine- stories and New York’s Zeckendorf’s raised high with its 42-story view located at 50 United Nations Plaza. New York realtors have filled the city with iconic buildings. New builders continue the trend with real estate that continues to fill the needs of the public while satisfying energy and ecological requirements of the times.

New York has a long history of celebrity interest in these beautifully developed properties: Mike Meyers, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Willis to name a few. People in the past have left an indelible mark on New York real estate, The Rockefeller Center, St Patrick’s Cathedral, the Plaza Hotel and The Empire State building. Neighborhoods in the city still benefit and move forward with a new group of architectural innovators: Jamie Drake with the best in interior design, Robert A. M. Stern designer of the Chatham located at 181 East 65th Street and Ziel Feldman whose strategy of purchasing distressed properties has changed the landscape of New York neighborhoods.

These builders and creators of gorgeous architecture filled with luxurious amenities are making the ‘Big Apple’ an even more desirable place for a residence. The selection of places to live is getting more diverse with homes stretching into huge 30,000 square feet domiciles. New York neighborhoods are enjoying gorgeous views of the city, and beautiful gardens thanks to modern thinking real estate developers.