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Emily Nonko

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Emily Nonko

Emily Nonko is a writer and editor specializing in real estate, architecture and design. For three years she covered the ins-and-outs of Brooklyn for the website Brownstoner.com. She is now the editor at Brownstoner Queens. She has also written about Manhattan real estate and design for Dwell Magazine. You can follow her on Twitter.

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  • Rendering of Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side (Photo: Essex Crossing)

    New Essex Crossing to Start Building on Lower East Side

    Essex Crossing, formerly known as the SPURA project, is a massive affordable housing development proposed for the Lower East Side. And when we say massive, we mean massive — this is the largest swath of undeveloped city-owned land south of 96th Street. Read More

  • Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss

    10 Things to Watch Out For in Your Rental Contract

    Apartment-hunting in New York City is stressful. The frantic search for the perfect pad often goes on until the last minute, and by the time you’re handed a lease you’re usually ready to sign without a second thought. Read More

  • Rendering of lobby in Terminal 4 of JFK Airport (Photo: Delta)

    The Resurgence of NYC’s Airports and Transport Hubs

    A foodie theme park in Newark Airport. Upscale shopping at Penn Station. A Nordic food hall inside Grand Central. Things are looking up for New York’s transport hubs, Read More

  • East River Ferry on the water (Photo: VagueOnTheHow/Flickr CC)

    New 5-Borough Ferry Service to Arrive in NYC

    Tired of the subway? A new alternative may be coming to your neck of the woods: ferry service. This month, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced during his State of the City address that the city is planning to expand the ferry network for 2017. Read More

  • Rendering of an apartment at Soori Highline (Photo: Soori Highline)

    8 Over-the-Top Amenities in NYC Luxury Apartments

    A new year of New York City real estate promises lavish (and sometimes mind-boggling) apartment amenities — for those who can afford it. In 2015, the highest-end condos will come outfitted with sparkling private pools Read More

  • The Flatiron building is flanked by desirable living spaces and restaurants (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism Photo)

    The 8 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in New York City

    It’s hard to shock a New Yorker with dollar signs — after all, NYC has among the priciest real estate in the world. We decided to investigate, so we turned to PropertyShark. Theycrunched the numbers, Read More

  • Restoration work on High Bridge, January 2014 (Photo: Jim Henderson/Wikimedia Commons)

    The Rebirth of the Legendary High Bridge

    For decades, there was no way a pedestrian could walk from the Bronx neighborhood of Highbridge into the Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights. Read More

  • Crowded subway in NYC (Photo: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

    5 Things That Will Screw Up Your Commute in 2015

    Another year, another round of subway headaches. It’s no surprise that the MTA will screw up your commute more than once in 2015, Read More

  • The 7 train on an elevated track in Queens (Photo: iStockphoto)

    Top Real Estate Trends of 2014

    What happened this year in New York City real estate? Unsurprisingly, a lot. Luxury housing dominated not just the Manhattan market, but Brooklyn as well. Read More

  • 4610 Center Boulevard (Photo: TFC Cornerstone)

    10 Most Remarkable Real Estate Openings of 2014

    2014 was a banner year for New York City real estate. New Yorkers welcomed the long-awaited One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial Museum, both signaling a renaissance in Lower Manhattan. Read More

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