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
The Gramercy Park vicinity has always had a quiet dignity. It is more residential than many other neighborhoods and those who live there say it has a lovely assortment of restaurants and neighborhood merchants. Although most buildings in the Gramercy area aren’t doorman buildings, there are just enough of them...Read more
We’ve talked about how much we like Battery Park City in an earlier post. We could easily write an essay on all the quality of life advantages of B.P.C.. But we want to mention in this post that the new high rises of B.P.C. are among the nicest New York...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
Long Island City has become ground zero in Queens for new developments. Exciting developments. Right on the East River, with exceptional views of Manhattan and the wonderful, new Gantry Plaza State Park, which actually has a sand ‘beach’. We’re also excited because when it comes to no fee apartment rentals...Read more
No Fee - 1 BR in the Heart of the Village - Waverly Pl. and Gay Street. Newly Renovated - $2,925. Pets OK on a case by case basis, Elevator, Laundry in the building, Dishwasher, Beautifully refinished wood floors, Thermopane windows. Visit RDNY.com
No fee Rental - Upper East Side 2 BR $2525. Exposed Brick Walls. The landlord is a family business who specializes in owning and managing low-rise buildings in Manhattan.
Shareable apartments are getting tight. Shareable apartments in the better parts of the Upper East Side at an affordable price are even tighter.
No Fee - E. 90s 1 BR $1,595. Save $2,871 in broker fees on the lovely 1 BR. For more information on this apartment, visit RDNY.com and view apartment ID: 253438.
No Fee - East 80s Duplex 1 BR w/Balcony $1965. Pets OK except dogs. Elevator and laundry in the building.
No Fee - Prewar Doorman 1 BR, Health Club, Wood Burning Fire Place,Granite Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, Marble Bath. Prime Midtown Location. Manhattan Apartment for Rent.
Fantastic Harlem No Fee 1 BR rental apartment available March 15. New construction, quality appliances and only $890. Apartment ID # 361352. https://www.RDNY.com
Brand New listing! How many renovated Astoria two bedroom apartments are there for $1,200?
Great Building, great location. Beautiful Upper West Side block. Doorman 2 BRs $3,800. No broker fee - ever! https://www.RDNY.com
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 1 BR in a renovated loft building. Some very nice features, like oversized windows, high ceilings, a garage on premises, new appliances and just a block from Pratt Institute and the very fine Clinton Hill neighborhood.
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.
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