Some apartments are even offering 1 free month of rent! Many are very shareable and rent under $2,600. Our NYC rentals are NOT the same rentals everyone else has. RDNY.com has contacts with hundreds of small mon+pop landlords who have the kinds of apartments New Yorkers search high and low...Read more
If These Apartments Were 10 Blocks South, They Would Be Twice the Price. Easily. Presenting 3 incredible No Fee Harlem 1 Bedroom apartments with Outdoor Space and Pets Ok. Great Manhattan living is moving uptown. So jump on the train. Incredible luxury for $2,250 with No Broker’s Fee. Full...Read more
Finding affordable apartments in NYC is hard enough. But if you plan on bringing your dog along, you should know that you will have only half as many apartments to consider where your dog can feel at home. These three Hamilton Heights apartments, in Upper Manhattan, are more dog friendly because...Read more
To see Clinton Hill is to love it! The perfect combination of beautiful old brownstones, gorgeous mansions, and new high rise luxury rental buildings. Clinton Hill has something for everybody. One of New York City’s most mixed neighborhoods, Clinton Hill is a model of civility, grace, and beauty. There’s a...Read more
Williamsburg is a world of its own, just one stop out of Manhattan. Come see what all the excitement is about. Fun loving, artsy, foodie, and more, Williamsburg is the new center of gravity in NYC. These 28 two bedroom apartments are just the start. We have all sizes, from...Read more
Park Slope was THE original Brooklyn neighborhood that started attracted a Manhattan crowd over 40 years ago. Which is why RDNY.com has always looked to bring you the very best in Park Slope no fee apartments. Once they were pioneers in reclaiming the wonderful brownstones and peerless Prospect Park. Now,...Read more
Every apartment offered by RDNY.com is absolutely No Broker Fee. Why waste time visiting a dozen different websites, hunting and picking through all their listings, just to find the genuine No Fee apartments. New apartments come in every day. Visit us at https://www.RDNY.com to see them all. Click to see...Read more
NO FEE Studio to 2 Bedrooms – 15 New Midtown West/Theater District Apartments Today! Every day, we get several hundred new apartments. Today we have 15 new Hudson Yards to Midtown West to Theater District apartments (and more in Brooklyn, Queens, and The Bronx) Click to see all the photos....Read more
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The summer rental “season” has just ended and there is more inventory of available rental apartments this September than in any other year for the past 21 years. Now is the time to negotiate some perks of your own. Don’t be afraid to ask for some free rent, or a...Read more
New York City apartments are expensive and landlords are tough in qualifying applicants. So how much income does it take? This article explores your options by showing you how much income landlords in every part of NYC look for before they will consider you a viable renter for their apartment.
In keeping with our long standing belief that the Upper East Side represents the best value in New York City apartments for rent, we bring you three apartments we haven’t seen in a long time – regular studios renting for well under $1,700 per month. In the past several weeks,...Read more
Studio apartments for rent in NYC are expensive and the demand is very high. In order to help you find an apartment in NYC, we have looked through our 3,000 plus Manhattan apartments to find you the 3 least expensive doorman studios as of today. Naturally, our selection is entirely...Read more
A whole new group of Brooklyn apartments are in the making! Ground has (finally) been broken on the residential section of the Atlantic Yards development in Brooklyn. The first of three towers is now under construction on a 22 acre site. The high rise will be 32 stories, with 363...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
When looking for a rental apartment in New York City, may we suggest Battery Park City. Battery Park City, also known as BPC, is Manhattan’s newest community at the tip of Lower Manhattan, is a wonderfully vibrant neighborhood to live in. Every building is within a block of a park...Read more
We wrote a little earlier about how Bushwick’s day in the sun may be upon us. Some residents of Bushwick are worried about exactly that. When it comes to apartments for rent in Brooklyn, Bushwick is one of the most affordable neighborhoods anywhere in New York City – and many...Read more
The high line boosted the rental prices nearby. Apartment rentals in Chelsea skyrocketed close to the high line. Will the LowLine do the same for the Lower East Side?
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.
No Fee apartment in full luxury Hi Rise - Super Views, All Amenities $2,635. For more information on this no fee apartment in Queens, and other no fee apartments for rent in NYC, please visit RDNY.com.
Due to the beauty and charm of City Island, New Yorkers wonder how many apartments for rent are available on City Island. Not many.
We've told you how wonderful the McCarren Park Pool is for Williamsburg. If you're looking to rent an apartment in Brooklyn, this pool can help you decide
Don’t miss The Wood Brothers this Saturday, June 23rd from 3-7pm at Peter Cooper Village / Stuyvesant Town oval and have some rockin’ fun! Celebrate Summer on the Oval – The Stuyvesant Town Oval, that is. Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town have a whole summer of great events and...Read more
RDNY.com has 126 Two BR no fee apartments in New York between $1600 and $1800 Where are they located? 36 are Manhattan apartment rentals located in Upper Manhattan, in neighborhoods such as: Hamilton Heights Harlem Inwood Manhattanville Washington Heights Upper Manhattan is in the midst of a renaissance. Filled with wonderfully...Read more
So you want to rent apartment in New York City? Better be careful. NY State Attorney Gen. Schneiderman is warning about Craigslist scams.
You can paint the white walls a color. But why not give your walls a texture or a pattern? Because it's hard to do. Enter wallpaper - the simple solution.
NY has long had a bumper crop of notorious landlords. Frank Palazzolo, a wealthy Westchester real estate operator, is in the worst-landlord club.
Grand Concourse, the Bronx’s most famous street, has been compared with Miami Beach, because of its concentration of Art Deco and Art Moderne architecture.
I can't believe there are people would would pay $40,000 to $60,000 a month for a rental. It better have at least two bathrooms and great closets...
The NY Times has put up a calculator to help you determine if it is better to buy or to rent. The general rule: Buying is better than renting after a few years.
Now, imagine having to pay a broker's fee on top of these high rents. A broker's fee in Manhattan is typically 15% of the first year's rent. Not the first month's rent, the first year's rent!
The details are always a little different, but the substance of the story is always the same; young and new to the city, the victim uses craigslist to find an apartment for rent. It's free, so it's a bargain, right?