Tony Goldman, he of Goldman Properties and visionary of Miami’s South Beach and New York City’s SoHo neighborhoods, and now deeply involved in the redevelopment of residential and commercial space in Boston’s Fort Point Channel, has a profile of his 25 Bond development in this week’s Sunday Times.
The New York City condo market is as strong as ever; stronger, actually.
Prices continue to rise (in Manhattan, at least) and sales are steady. And, because inventory is limited, it seems as though they’ll actually be able to ride out any national real estate slowdown (or, recession …).
I hate them.
Source: Outside the Box – By Josh Barbanel, The New York Times