Hudson Yards OpensCBS2's Alice Gainer reports from the opening of Hudson Yards on Manhattan's west side.
Vessel In Middle Of Hudson Yards Expected To Be Star AttractionCBSN New York's Alice Gainer shows off the multi-tier architectural "Vessel" in the center of the newly opened Hudson Yards development.
Hudson Yards Development Opens Its DoorsIt took 10 years, but the much anticipated Hudson Yards development is now open to the public following a grand opening party. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Hudson Yards' 'The Vessel' Set To Become NYC's Newest LandmarkDevelopers hope it'll be the "it" destination for New York and tourists alike. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
'Shops At Hudson Yards' To Feature 100 RetailersThe best part? You won't have to live there to enjoy the million square feet worth of new stores and restaurants. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Understanding Hudson Yards' ImpactHudson Yards is the largest, most expensive private development in U.S. history. Dan Geiger, real estate reporter for Crain's New York Business, stopped by CBSN New York to help explain its impact.
A Look Inside Hudson YardsCBS2's Kristine Johnson takes you inside the Hudson Yards project as it sets to open on Friday.
Plan To Revitalize Central IslipCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on a play to redevelop an eyesore in Central Islip and turn it into a local college.
Behind The Lens: Hudson YardsProducer Mary McGeever discusses her experiences covering the Hudson Yards days before it is set to officially open.
What It Will Be Like To Live At Hudson YardsThe first residential tower, which is already 60 percent sold, boasts amenities catering to residents' every need - if you can afford it. CBSN New York's Kristine Johnson reports.
A Look Inside The Building Of Hudson YardsCBS2's Kristine Johnson takes you inside the building of New York City's Hudson Yards project.
Queens Lawmakers, Business Leaders Beg Amazon To ReconsiderDozens of New York politicians and business leaders are desperate for a deal to win back Amazon and wrote an open letter in today’s New York Times to convince the online retail giant that New York City is still the prime choice. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
How To Avoid Home Buyer's RemorseAccording to a new study, nearly two thirds of millennial homeowners have regrets when it comes to the home they've purchased. So how can you avoid buyer's remorse when looking at housing?
NYC Lawmakers Look To Cap Broker's FeesCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on an effort at City Hall to cap the amount of money an apartment broker can charge renters in New York City.
New Plans Looks To Revolutionize Times SquareA new $2.5 billion plan is in the works to bring a state-of-the-art building to Times Square. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
NYC Subpoenas Rental Data From Airbnb, HomeAwayThree years ago the city made it illegal for people to rent their homes or apartments for periods of less than 30 days. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Drinking Water Cleanup May Cost Long Island Homeowners MillionsNew York state has ordered officials to remove the chemical 1-4 dioxane from drinking wells. More than 70 percent of drinking wells on Long Island carry the carcinogen, which is associated with kidney and liver damage. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
How Amazon Fallout Is Affecting NYC's Real Estate MarketNancy Wu from StreetEasy tells CBSN New York's Dana Tyler how the real estate market will be affected now that Amazon headquarters will not be coming to New York.
Amazon Fallout Affecting Real Estate Market?Nancy Wu from Streeteasy tells CBSN New York's Dana Tyler how the real estate market will be affected now that Amazon headquarters will not be coming to New York.
Wealthy New Yorkers Leaving For FloridaCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on the mass exodus of wealthy New Yorkers leaving for Florida and why taxes are at the center of the move.
Brooklyn & Queens Real Estate RoundupMarket reports are out for the fourth quarter of 2018 and one company's numbers show new price records are being set in Queens and prices are rising in Brooklyn. Douglas Elliman's New York CEO Steven James explains.
Westchester County Moves To Build New Bio-Tech CenterCounty Executive George Latimer and a developer signed a 99-year lease for 60 acres of undeveloped land near the Westchester Medical Center. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Latest In Manhattan Real Estate TrendsWe're getting some news this morning about Manhattan real estate trends. One company's numbers show median sale prices dropped below the $1 million threshold for the first time in three years.
Expert: What Google's Hudson Square Campus Means For NYCDan Geiger, senior real estate reporter for Crain's New York Business, talks on what Google Hudson Square means for New York City's tech scene.

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