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
Tenant.net had a post about a broker suing, not the tenant, but the roommate, whom the broker helped to find for a broker’s fee for finding the apartment!
In the last 10 days, we’ve written several posts noting that apartment rental prices across Manhattan have begun to fall. We found that to be true when we looked at Upper East Side studio apartments. We then looked at Upper East Side 1 BR apartments and found the trend to...Read more
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Transferring or moving to New York City is a challenge in and of itself, so the last thing you need to worry about is searching endlessly for New York apartments. Using an apartment rental service is the best option you can choose because in a city of over eight million...Read more
If you are one of the thousands of people that move to New York City every year, you should know how difficult it is to find a great apartment there. Regardless of your price range, there is a limited amount of property available that will fulfill all of your needs....Read more
Are you looking for updated New York apartments for yourself or a friend? Will this be your first time moving to the big city? Or do you already live in New York, and are looking for a change? Or more bang for your buck? If you are hunting for a...Read more
New York has no shortage of expensive apartments. But some neighborhoods are in a category of their own because it’s almost impossible to find reasonably priced rentals (or sales) in those neighborhoods. The two clearest examples of this is the West Village and Soho. If you’re looking for an affordable...Read more
We look at pictures of NYC rental buildings every day. Every once in a while, we have to stop and admire the beauty and elegance of some of NYC’s buildings. They are absolutely world-class in beauty. Unfortunately, all to often, they are of a past style of architecture that for...Read more
You’ve just moved into your NY rental apartment. You have some new furniture and a new couch. Now it’s time to sit back and relax from the move all the work you’ve done to fix up your apartment rental. Do you run out and buy a new coffee table? Not...Read more
Apartment renters need a way to personalize their homes without damaging walls or doing anything that is going to upset a landlord. In my last apartment rental in Manhattan, I came across an entirely new idea in wall covering; Wallflower. Wallflowers are self-adhesive ultra high quality, photographic prints that are...Read more
According to Curbed, Greenpoint is getting 10 new residential towers on 22 acres of waterfront property, to be called Greenpoint Landing. It will bring approximately 4,000 new apartments to the area, with 20% of them being “affordable housing”. The plans also include a fanciful footbridge across Newtown Creek, connecting Greenpoint...Read more
Designed for rental apartment living, this three-in-one unit resembles a piece of furniture and can hide all your cat’s less savory bits and pieces. The Cat Condo Deluxe contains two drawers or “floors” – the bathroom contains a kitty litter tray, second floor is the kitchen with food and water...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.
Are you as fascinated with Mad Men's vintage fashion and home decor? The apartment is stylish and chic, in a 1960's way. The first words out of my mouth were