We’ve received a flurry of reports recently about Manhattan rental apartments, from a number of different sources, and they all say the same thing: the Manhattan rental market hasn’t been this hot in years. We’re now at about the half-way point of the prime rental season, and once again landlords have the upper hand.
Monthly Archive: July 2011
This week Brian gives us the history of Admiral’s Row at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, along with an update on it’s current condition.
Last week Brian, gave us some background on the Hudson River Park’s origins. This week, he gives us the history of the lesser known (except by locals), East River Park, which is just finishing an $84 million renovation.
Newcomers to NYC may take the Hudson River Park, which runs from Battery Park to 59th Street, for granted. But it wasn’t so long ago that the waterfront was nothing but derelict piers and abandoned industrial buildings. In fact, it was the collapse of a portion of the old, elevated West Side Highway that got [...]
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