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Amy Plitt


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Past articles by Amy:

Is The Industry City Rezoning DOA?

A battle is brewing in the City Council over the fate of the waterfront complex. → Read More

The High Line and Governor’s Island Are Finally Reopening in New York

Two of New York City's beloved outdoor attractions—the High Line and Governors Island—are once again open to visitors. → Read More

What Yellowstone's Phased Reopening Means for Summer Travel

As Yellowstone National Park moves into its second phase of reopening, expect more campsites and fewer hotel rooms. → Read More

The New York City Subway May Work Differently After COVID-19

There's talk of ongoing intensive cleaning, mask requirements, and staggered working hours for when the New York City subway begins filling up again. → Read More

New York City to halt 24/7 subway service for daily coronavirus cleanings

The New York City subway will stop running between 1 and 5 a.m. to disinfect trains. → Read More

For $499K, a compact Prospect Heights co-op with plenty of charm

The 612-square-foot apartment is within walking distance of Prospect Park → Read More

Brooklyn Heights penthouse sells for record-breaking $20M

The priciest property sold in Brooklyn is a massive penthouse with Manhattan views → Read More

Could part of Broadway go car-free to encourage social distancing?

City officials and neighborhood groups want a chunk of Broadway opened to pedestrians to make social distancing easier → Read More

De Blasio calls for rent freeze for NYC’s rent-stabilized tenants

The city’s nearly 1 million rent-stabilized units may be subject to rent increases this year → Read More

The best NYC documentaries to stream right now

Brush up on your New York City history with these essential documentaries → Read More

6 Manhattan open houses you can tour virtually

Options this week include a sleek co-op in a cast-iron Greenwich Village building, and a huge Upper West Side apartment → Read More

What New York City homebuyers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

As the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S., New York’s real estate market has ground to a halt. → Read More

Boerum Hill townhouse made famous on ‘Talk Stoop’ wants $3M

The lovely house on Wyckoff Street appeared in many episodes of Cat Greenleaf’s interview show → Read More

How to help your NYC neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic

Looking to get involved? Here are NYC organizations in need of volunteers or donations during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

New York’s traffic has decreased, but more drivers are speeding

Speed cameras are catching more reckless drivers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic → Read More

Charming co-op in Nolita’s Police Building is a bibliophile’s dream for $2.8M

Nolita’s Police Building is best known for its lovely architecture, its extravagant and/or starchitect-designed apartments, and its celebrity residents, but the landmarked structure at 240 Centre Street is also home to more modest dwellings. (Well, inasmuch as condos in Nolita can be considered “modest” these days.) One such apartment, a two-bedroom duplex, is now on the market for $2.8 million.… → Read More

As New Yorkers seek open space, city will cut short car-free streets pilot

A program to pedestrianize some city streets to encourage social distancing will end because of "personnel" issues → Read More

Which NYC construction projects are ‘essential’ right now?

A new map from the Department of Buildings tracks projects that are ongoing during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

New York deems real estate showings ‘essential’ during coronavirus pandemic

New guidance from the Empire State Development Corporation allows in-person showings to resume → Read More

For $338K, a cozy Flatbush studio with a spacious kitchen

This small space has plenty of room for cooking fiends → Read More