Exciting new apartments. Many offer Free Rent! All are 100% No Broker Fee Rentals. Studios to 3 Beds. Luxury Doorman to Mid-block Walk-ups. Brownstones and Townhouses. Many are Rent Stabilized. Click to View Apartments, photos, and search our entire inventory. Apartments for Rent Upper West Side Manhattan NYC Source: Apt....Read more
In the 15 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, Lower Manhattan has undergone an immense transformation. What was once a neighborhood predominantly defined by finance workers which basically shuttered at night and at weekends is now — thanks to a lot of government subsidies — booming with residential development,...Read more
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli talks up resurgence of neighborhood, but role of government subsidies unclear The number of residents and new apartments in lower Manhattan has skyrocketed since 2000, while the number of jobs remains below pre-9/11 levels, according to a report Tuesday. The report, released by state Comptroller Thomas...Read more
Long an ignored section of New York City by outsiders, the two neighborhoods that make up northern Manhattan are attracting attention – not all of it welcome https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/aug/29/new-york-city-affordable-inwood-washington-heights-housingRead more
You’d think after 22 years of living on the Upper East Side I would have seen everything, right? Well you’re wrong! There is plenty...
One of the best parts about living on the Upper East Side is when it’s 2:00pm on a Sunday in January and it starts to snow. Then, after walking just a few blocks, you’re able to see this: and then you take a few more steps and you’re looking at this snowy wonderland: When you’re...Read more
The good news is that there are 10 no fee apartments in prime Manhattan, NY neighborhoods that are $1,750 or less. Eight of ten of the apartments in Manhattan are in the leading neighborhood for value in Manhattan – The Upper East Side. This past February, we were able to...Read more
A week ago, we surveyed Upper East Side studio apartments and showed that prices are declining, which is not unusual for this time of the year. Today I took a look at our 1 bedroom apartment rentals and found a similar trend. We now have a few 1 BR rental...Read more
It’s been many months since we took a look at the apartment rental scene in the Midtown West area of Manhattan. At various times, Midtown West has been subdivided into neighborhoods called Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton, and the Theater District. We prefer the name Midtown West, as it cover a larger...Read more
The Upper West Side, along with the Upper East Side, both dominate and define the New York state of mind. Home to much of New York’s cultural centers, the Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera, The Julliard School of Music, Symphony Space, the Museum of Natural History, The Hayden Planetarium, and so...Read more
When it comes to funky apartments for rent in Manhattan, the East Village is at the top of everyone’s list. The problem is, we can’t really think of the East Village as the “cheap” neighborhood of last resort anymore. It’s gotten expensive! Still, it’s a great and exciting place to...Read more
When it comes to wonderful new downtown buildings, no place has more new buildings, or better rental buildings, than Chelsea. Chelsea is the place to rent an apartment if you want the mix of downtown cool, artiness, and the fun of the High Line in your back yard. All four...Read more
When looking for a rental apartment in New York City, may we suggest Battery Park City. Battery Park City, also known as BPC, is Manhattan’s newest community at the tip of Lower Manhattan, is a wonderfully vibrant neighborhood to live in. Every building is within a block of a park...Read more
Greenwich Village, the original beatnik and then hippy haunt of New York. Back in my days as a traditional real estate broker, I used to speak with newcomers to New York looking for an apartment for rent in Manhattan. When I’d ask them to be a bit more specific about...Read more
Perched at the very tip of Manhattan, Inwood extends from Dyckman Street up to the Henry Hudson Bridge, from the Hudson to the East River.
The Achievables Three evolving neighborhoods that strike the perfect balance between affordable and desirable. By S.Jhoanna Robledo Published Mar 18, 2012 Inwood An under-the-radar area, you might think of it as the Upper Upper Upper West Side. Ditmas Park A diverse community with stand-alone...Read more
It's the frowned on neighborhood that people start to love once they live there. It's the Upper East Side. Some of the best no fee apartments in New York...
an article touting five great nabes with good deals on New York City apartments for rent. We can think of other nabes that we think have good deals
When you hear stories about landlord neglect of their buildings, you often wish the tenants had the ability to buy the building. In the case of 162 W. 160th St., that's what the tenants did.
...The transformation of the Financial District into New York City's newest housing area. I can personally attest to the fact that the area is being transformed more and more by the day. For the first time, there are even some people on the streets at night.
Lovely and recently renovated studio on tree lined block between Third Avenue and Second Avenue in the East 80s.
Crain's New York business created a lovely slide show of the newly expanded High Line park. What has this got to do with renting an apartment in Manhattan? Well, for one, it has opened the far West Side to new residents who would never have considered living that far West before. For another, it has made the entire "Hudson Yards" area an attractive place to rent.
In contrast to the boxy towers clad in murky glass that have defaced New York\'s skyline, Gehry has produced a gawky beauty that captures the energy of the city.
But now some backers of the law, which makes it illegal to rent out most residential rooms and apartments for less than 30 days, are wondering if they have opened a Pandora’s box.
The downtown Manhattan residential rental market is proving to be one of the strongest in the entire city. Both Battery Park City and the financial district led the list of neighborhoods
On the semi-independent Roosevelt Island, however, momentum is building to launch a small bike-sharing system with or without the rest of New York.
A wonderful 3 BR in a wonderful location. On East 22nd Street, between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue, this is a terrific prewar - but fully modernized apartment. Elevetor? check. Exposed brick walls? check. Stainless steel appliances? check. Recessed lighting? check. Laundry in the building? check.
Newly listed on 8/8/10. This one\'s a bargain. Air conditioned, washer/dryer in the apartment, and a private back yard. One short block from Carl Shurz Park and Gracie Mansion.
One of the last places with lots of undeveloped land in Manhattan, the area west of Ninth Ave. from 33rd to 42nd Sts., will undergo more radical change than any other neighborhood in the city over the next five years.
If were were going to write a new guide to Harlem, this is the guide we\'d try to write. But the good folks at DesignSpongeonline.com have done if for us.
Lower Manhattan is one of the city’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. The Alliance estimated that 55,000 people live south of Chambers Street, compared to 44,000 in 2007.
Chelsea apartment renters can enjoy the piers’ new attractions; a carousel with 33 colorful, hand-carved wooden figures representing animals of the Hudson River Valley.
For those lucky enough to live there, 51st St. between Third Ave. and the East River is a tiny bastion of hidden corners, relaxation, elegant Manhattan and budding nightlife. The dead end above the FDR Drive is as pretty as any street stopping point in the city.
Lower Manhattan ranks as one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the city, according to a new survey.
Recent Los Angeles transplant Gabe Nies talks about raw, soul food restaurants, his fun building and the music on the streets of Harlem.
Need an egg cream and Belgian fries at 3 a.m.? Then we need to keep stores like Ray\'s Candy Store in the East Village open, in spite of the bad economy.
It\'s in an 1837 landmark townhouse on Washington Square North and it\'s a rental. The current tenant has been there 35 years. Oh, the problems some tenants have.
The Financial District will get some much-needed nightlife this spring when W Hotels opens its sixth property in the city.
The NEW Broadway, the Broadway with chairs and tables in the street, is here to stay!
The Shake Shack is coming to the Upper East Side in a nifty little plaza on East. 86th Street.