Even if complicated home projects aren’t your cup of tea, there are still plenty of ways you can upgrade your IKEA furniture. Here are seven companies that makes products specifically designed for customizing those familiar Swedish pieces. Source: 7 Easy Ways to Customize Your IKEA: No Hacking Required | Apartment...Read more
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
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Design shouldn’t dictate your life. If all you really want in the living room is a place to set down a coffee and a laptop while you comfortably remain reclined and unmoved on the sofa, you should have it! Not that you need to settle for the TV tray tables...Read more
Having a bike to scout the nabes of NYC while you're exploring areas to live is a fine idea. Just don't take your bike on the subway during the busy rush hours.
You've been searching high and low for the right no fee apartment for rent in New York. You're searching Manhattan apartments for rent and Brooklyn apartments.
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?
Ceiling medallions are lovely idea for inexpensive and creative wall showpiece for your no fee apartment for rent in new york. The wall will be a showstopper.
Here's a quick idea. With the money you save by renting a no fee apartment NYC from RDNY.com, buy yourself a platform bed - and still have money left over.
From time to time, Apartment Therapy organizes tours of rental apartments in New York City. Today they posted 10 photos from 10 inspiring NYC rental apartments. What’s notable about the photos is that each of the apartment renters has their own unique sense of style. Most of these are not...Read more
Isn't this like an apartment rental for your cat? Cats are smart. They only hang out in no fee rental cat boxes.
Labs and golden retrievers are the big pooches best equipped to handle cramped Big Apple apartments, but Yorkshire Terriers are the most popular of all.
I didn't realize how many laws NY has to protect tenants from crime or harm. If you're about to rent an apartment from Rent-Direct.com, brush up on the basics
A space saving idea for any studio - Hide your dining table on the wall! The table looks really good hanging on the wall and it looks like minimalist modern art.
The short commute to Manhattan, the numerous new waterfront parks, the stunning views of Manhattan, and the lower costs of ownership and rental are fueling the demand for Long Island City. RDNY.com has a full selection of no fee apartments for rent in LIC.
This carriage house was built pre-1800 and is the only surviving building in the area dating back to when Times Square and Hell's Kitchen were farms.
terrific prefab "houses" or sheds that can be added on to New York City houses that have the extra land in the back yard
A recent report shows a narrowing gap over the last two years between what people pay to live in a doorman building compared to a non doormen building. In the past year, the premium paid for the doormen building has fallen approximately 36% for studios
Architect Luke Clark Tyler is paying $800 a month for a 78-square-foot studio in Hell's Kitchen, Refinery29 reported, and might be setting a new record for New York's smallest apartment.
Transit Scrolls may the the new hot thing for New York City loft and apartment renters. Here are some sources.
One of the most stressful parts of moving into a new apartment in New York City with roommates is figuring out who gets which room and then deciding how much each person will pay in rent.
Have you been wondering about whether you\'ll be protected if your personal property gets damaged, or if someone injures herself in your apartment?
The City Room blogger at The New York Times Online has been doing us all a public service. Kudos to her. She started asking what kinds of controversial demands New York City landlords make on renters, particularly those renters that need a guarantor.
Renting an apartment in a coop building can be easy or a nightmare. There are some important things you should know before you even consider with renting an apartment in a coop building is for you.
It doesn\'t take much these days to find oneself strapped for cash. But with a little creativity and knowhow, even renters can use their homes as a means of income.
The frustration is all around you. Perhaps your rent is going up, or you want to be in the City, or just move out of your parents home. Take heart with these success stories...
I\'m finding out that because my ceiling and two of my walls are exposed, my apartment is *freezing*! I don\'t have control over the heat!
Are you planning on renting an apartment in New York City? Do yo have to make trade-offs because your budget isn\'t unlimited? Do you have some credit glitches? Do you need a guarantor? Are you from out-of-town?
Two kinds of individuals live in the co-op building where I work: The kind who own and the kind who rent from those who own. You might think that the staff extends the same service to both. You would be wrong.
Sure, RDNY.com can help you find the right apartment with no broker fee (shameless plug). But then what? You don\'t want to stare at blank white walls. The solution: decorate your walls with fine photography from Maher Fine Art Photography.
There are simple steps you may take to start conserving energy in your home, such as replacing your incandescent lighting in the room you use the most with compact flourescent one.
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.
Beautiful brownstone just of Prospect Park. Four blocks to the subway and within 4 block of everything. Naturally, you can get full details by subscribing to RDNY.com. Forget about all the other apartments available. This one alone is worth the price of admission.
Why talk about biking in a blog focused on apartment rentals in New York City? Simple. Apartment renters are often the most bike dependent citizens of the city.
Perfect 1 BR in the best part of Brooklyn Heights - steps from the Promenade on Pierrepont Street. $2,100 per month.
Quite possible the best block in Park Slope, steps to the park, around the corner from Grand Army Plaza, a 1 BR with a garden, grape vine, and antique tin ceilings for $1,875/month. Unit: 334734
\"Our motto used to be: Manhattan\'s Newest Village,\" says David Kramer, a principal at Hudson. \"But we realized people considering living here didn\'t want urban. They wanted open space, water views, something more peaceful.
This apartment is unlike any other I\'ve seen before — thanks to Randal\'s vast and rotating antiques collection, he has covered every available surface with works of art that are personal and dear to him.
\"What can I do with my rental apartment to give it a face lift? If you\'re lucky enough to be able to paint, the answer, once again, is color.
I remember the moment when I first considered moving to Hoboken. My husband was complaining about a slacker co-worker who paid almost no commuter tax because he was a New Jersey resident