Gary Rosenberger of EconoPlay.com has prepared a report on the residential real estate scene in NYC and across the country. This report is read by Wall Street investors, bankers, and other who need to forecast the trends in real estate. The six page report is available to subscribers at https://econoplay.com/....Read more
Pinterest has made it very easy to share creative ideas for maximizing apartment space. Some of the ideas are positively ingenious. We’ve collected 87 clever and amazing ideas to help you in your rental apartment in New York. If you have a rental apartment in NYC, you’ll want to look...Read more
It’s always a pleasure to receive a new testimonial that says we’re doing our job. Your reviews keep everyone at RDNY.com on their toes. So thanks for letting us know how we’re doing. Here’s the review: I think RDNY is just like any part of renting an apartment in NYC....Read more
Some vintage apartment buildings come with gorgeous built-ins, ideal for storing modern necessities. If your apartment is lacking, you can often fake the look inexpensively with just a little bit of work. Nothing gives your apartment more of a classic look than matching bookcases. But here’s the trick to making...Read more
We have writting quite a bit about tiny, micro sized apartments. One of our criticisms has always been that they generally lack a lot of livability. It’s not sufficient to merely have a place to bath, sleep, and eat. One must feel that they can entertain in their home, have...Read more
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.
By Felice Cohen / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Four-and-a-half million people around the world saw the YouTube video of my 90-square-foot Manhattan studio, and thousands expressed their opinions: “She’s crazy,” “Not worth it,” “There’s no way she has sex in that bed.” (Believe what you will.) Didn’t these people hear...Read more
Get ready. The hot, humid, muggy days and nights are just around the corner. Since not every apartment in NYC is air conditioned, we have a few suggestions
I was reluctant to pay the membership fee for RDNY, but when I did, I immediately found a dozen apartments in the location I was looking for that hadn't been listed on Craigslist.
Looking to rent an apartment in NYC? Be prepared for a huge fee. With RDNY.com, 100% of our New York City apartments are no fee apartments.
Yeah! It’s Springtime in New York City. The most beautiful time of the year. We have several posts about the beauty of flower boxes visible from the city streets. There is almost nothing that seems to soften the harshness of city living more than the view of beautiful greenery and...Read more
The Supremes just passed up the opportunity to rule that NYCs rent stabilization law is unconstitutional, thus preserving rent stabilization
Must your NY no fee apartment rental be all white? Must it be boring? Put it another way; must your apartment in NYC be dull and liveless?
NY has long had a bumper crop of notorious landlords. Frank Palazzolo, a wealthy Westchester real estate operator, is in the worst-landlord club.
Imaging hanging your shoes from several rows of these beautiful crown moldings. Is there any doubt that your apartment in NYC wouldn't be a knock-out?