Call it a guilty pleasure, but the New York Times column “The Hunt”–a weekly up-close and personal portrait of a person or a couple or a family trying to find the perfect NYC rental apartment–has become one of my favorite weekly real estate reads.
Monthly Archive: September 2011
New NYC subway stations hit milestones: should it affect your Manhattan rental apartment decision now?
The Delancey Underground–or, the “Low Line”–would be a unique underground park which would benefit both residents and businesses in the Lower East Side. But, just how does one build a park underground?
Live in a downtown Manhattan rental apartment with no doorman? Package receiving is now no problem!
Anyone who’s ever lived in or looked for a Greenwich Village apartment is well aware of New York University’s dominance in the area. So when NYU development talk heats up, people listen. For as long as I can remember, in fact, NYU has been listed as one of the Top 5 landowners in Manhattan, joining [...]
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