TOWN Residential Look To Prosper With New Building Projects Planned For New York
Despite the fact the New York City area is filled with buildings ranging from across its history the city that never sleeps looks set to see a boom in building work completed in the coming years; permits have been applied for by developers of various areas of New York, not just those in the central hub of Manhattan. Major office and manufacturing developments head the list of building applications submitted in June 2016, but a range of residential properties also look set to be completed.
One of the real estate companies looking to be at the head of the line for both the commercial and residential markets in New York is TOWN residential, which has developed an impressive team of individuals who will be looking to sell and rent the latest office and apartment buildings.
TOWN Residential is headed by Andrew Heiberger, who is one of the best known faces in the NYC apartment for rent scene; Heiberger has a long history of success as a real estate professional in New York City that includes his heading of different companies in the city. A number of the best known real estate professionals have also made their way to TOWN to create one of the most respected teams in the industry. Under the leadership of Heiberger up and coming real estate professionals have the opportunity to work at one of the top companies in New York if they show promise for the future.
One of the real estate developments that has excited the majority of professionals in New York is the Queens based tower construction that will see two towers built and connected by bridges reaching 27 stories in height. The Queens Plaza South project will be joined by the multi use project at Richards Street, Brooklyn, which will combine office, manufacturing and residential buildings in an environmentally friendly design. These are the two largest projects currently being considered by New York planning officials who are seeing the development of areas outside Manhattan hit record levels.