I found my first Manhattan apartment through sheer luck. I was sharing a two-bedroom apartment in Hell’s Kitchen, with a place with beyond decent coffee on the same block.
Looking to rent an apartment in New York City? Then you’ll soon discover the “Open House”. What fun! You get to invade someone else’s privacy, stare at their furnishings, and make fun of their taste. Related Posts:Nora Ephron LOVED New York City and it Showed in Her FilmsRead more
The City Room Blog – New York Times. July 25, 2012 These days, everyone can be like The Jeffersons and move into their deluxe apartment in the sky. More likely though, you’ll be searching for your deluxe Manhattan no fee apartment rental right here on RDNY.com. Officially, the high-rise...Read more
Imagine calling the building in the video a "luxury" building and imagine renting a 16 sq. ft. apartment. It makes Ridley Scott's Blade Runner seem bright.
Isn't this like an apartment rental for your cat? Cats are smart. They only hang out in no fee rental cat boxes.
Look at the size of this apartment. It's enormous. Even for TV, it's cavernous... four bedrooms and an industrial bathroom. Is this a no fee apartment in New York?
Some people drop into Pier 9 for a couple of candles. Not Alex. He's now painting the Sistine Chapel's ceiling murals in his apartment, starting with the Creation of Adam over his bedroom.
New York in 1980, as imagined in 1930. What's fascinating is how absolutely, stunningly wrong the vision was. I mean, they are not even close!
It can include a real estate broker adopting the Native American tradition of burning sage in an apartment in preparation for the first open house. It can also extend to include the afternoon-long space clearings that Ms. Wendell does with clients,
Put together a mini-marathon of scary movies set in New York!
I know I said pictures available upon request but there are no pictures available. Oh, wait, found a pic. I’ll send it to you. It’s low res and blurry and shows a corner of an unfinished room, but you get the idea.
Apparently, it’s better to be a pothead than a cigarette smoker in a NYC co-op or condo these days.
by Openthedoor-man Monday, July 12, 2010 on BrickUnderground.com As recently as a year and a half ago, I used to get a lot of complaints about hallways that smelled like ashtrays, or cigarette butts tossed onto another resident’s window sill below. Maybe because a lot fewer people smoke cigarettes nowadays...Read more
Hey, this is New York! We can have everything (and I mean \"everything\") delivered. Here are some great ideas on putting this to use...
Most people have had the misfortune of sharing a living space with someone that made them miserable. Here are 50 of the best places online to read, share or laugh about the pain of co-habitation.
Fascination with these pony-size pups will hit new heights when the “Marmaduke” movie, about the naughty Great Dane from the funny pages, hits theaters Friday.
There\'s a kick-ass apartment that was on the market for the longest time and even though it was way out of our budget, Drew start visualizing us living there because, as he said, it was his \"dream place.\"
“I have one closet, and things were overflowing, so I started putting shoes in the fridge,” says the fashionable 26-year-old, whose wardrobe is heavy on the black and consists mostly of skinny jeans and blazers.
An old man tottered into the store. He looked every bit like the retired men who live in the apartment house across the street, limping from one social security check to the next wearing the same worn clothes and grizzled visages.
Once the guy at the deli below your apartment starts knowing your sandwich before you\'ve even ordered it, then you\'re no longer a stranger in New York City.
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