By The Associated PressThe city of New York is building new homes that resemble waterfront homes, but they’re not waterfront.
New York is moving toward a waterfront house design that has little to do with the water and more to do the ocean.
The new designs, called waterfront designs, are in line with the state’s guidelines for homes that sit on the water.
They are also part of the city’s efforts to modernize its waterfront and make it more attractive to tourists.
The city said it plans to start designing new homes in waterfront neighborhoods, where the water is clear, quiet and calm.
The designs come as the city tries to lure tourists, many of whom are drawn by New York’s historic buildings.
The city’s waterfront has seen more than $200 billion in economic impact, making it a key destination for tourism.
New Yorkers also want to protect historic properties, so New York City and state officials are looking to modern designs for these types of homes.
There’s no set deadline for when they can be built.
The designs will likely be finished in 2019, officials said.
The design work is part of a citywide project to make waterfront homes more appealing to tourists, officials say.
“We’re making these designs with the goal of being able to attract visitors and be an attractive place to visit, and the waterfront is one of the great attractions,” said Krista Miller, a spokeswoman for New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
She said the city is working to get the designs approved as quickly as possible.
De Blasio said the designs are aimed at attracting tourists and attracting people who want to live in an urban environment, as well as people who have the money to buy a home on the waterfront.
“When people are out on the lake, the water’s clear, it’s quiet and it’s safe, so why not come here and live like a king?” he said.
The waterfront design is part the citywide effort to modernise its waterfront, officials have said.
New homes are now being built with glass walls and glass roofs, as opposed to the wooden ones that once were the norm.
Miller said there’s no requirement to live on the shore.