By MARK J. KREUTZMAN | 02/10/2018 05:54:28The “Cultural Idol” of New York’s slums is a monster house.
It is the only one built in the city in recent decades and was a symbol of the “urban renewal” projects that followed World War II, when developers and philanthropists used the area to build more than 30,000 new homes.
Now, the neighborhood is experiencing a revival after a slew of new housing projects, some of them privately financed, were completed in recent years.
“We have seen some revitalization in the area,” said Bill Hines, a spokesman for the New York City Housing Authority.
The city has bought more than 1,000 properties in the neighborhood, but Hines said the average price per square foot for all of the properties in New Year’s Day 2017 was $2,000.
New Yorkers often call it the “monster house” because of the amount of work that goes into it.
In the 1920s, the house had six bedrooms, but it is now a three-bedroom house with a living room.
It has a garage, a basement and a porch.
A mural of a monster is hung on the roof of the home.
The monster house, built in 1926, is one of the few examples of a “super-mega-house” that was built in New Jersey, according to an architectural firm.
It was designed by architect Charles Guggenheim and was designed to be bigger than the average house in the slums, which were once home to as many as 25,000 people.
A lot of the new houses in the Hudson Valley are smaller than the old ones and many are made of glass.
The giant monster house is also an example of the kind of housing that is becoming popular with wealthier people who want to live in a city without having to share it with poorer people.
“The monster house has been very well-received by the public, particularly by young people,” said Daniel Lehner, an architect and co-owner of the Hudson City Land Trust.
“They really wanted to get on board with this project.”
The project’s builders said the house was a huge success, with about 4,000 applications.
“This is the best result that I’ve seen from any project that I have worked on,” said Michael DeBardinis, an executive vice president for developer Sway Properties.
He said the monster house had been sold for $1.5 million and had been converted into a new home for a couple of couples.
The building itself, designed by Thomas More, is now owned by a company that is selling it for $500,000 to an investor.
The builder, Kory Bergdorf, said the project will eventually be converted into two larger houses and a condo, which would bring the total cost to $7 million.
“It was an amazing success for this project,” Bergdorg said.
The home was built with the help of a grant from the New Jersey State Housing Authority and was financed by the city.
The house has become a symbol for the “super mega-house,” said Hines.
It can be difficult to get approval to build in New Yorks neighborhoods with the number of housing projects going up.
New York has the most affordable housing in the country, but there is a shortage of rental housing and some neighborhoods are struggling to find new residents.
“For people in low-income neighborhoods, it is not easy to get housing,” said Tom Mota, executive director of New Jersey Housing Authority, the state’s housing agency.
In a city where more than $2.5 trillion is committed to affordable housing, it can be hard to build a housing project that is accessible to everyone.
“A lot of times people just don’t have the resources to go to a place where there are people who can afford to pay for housing, because the housing prices in the neighborhoods are so high,” said John DeGioia, a professor of urban planning at the University of Maryland and an expert on housing policy.
“So, you have to do some things in order to attract and retain people who are willing to pay more.”
The biggest challenge is getting people to agree to the price of their housing.
In addition to the “Culturally Icon” monster house in New Yorkers history, there is the “Kirby house” in Brooklyn, which has been the subject of a lawsuit by the New Yorkers’ Land Trust, which wants to keep it open.
The property was built on a land donated to the trust by the owner of the New Yorker’s Gymnastics Club, who wanted to keep the building open.
In December, a judge ruled in favor of the trust, but the case has been appealed and a decision is expected soon.
“Kirkwood is a really nice neighborhood, and there are a lot of young families here, and a lot more people are interested in the Kirby house,”