The transformation of certain stretches of the Manhattan East River Waterfront from forbidding industrial dumping ground into easily accessible, pretty, and fun spaces got a step closer to reality last week, with a pair of announcements that will directly affect–and, one hopes, improve–the quality of life in certain Manhattan rental apartment neighborhoods.
Monthly Archive: February 2012
If you’re looking for an Upper East Side rental apartment–and not in the “fancier” precincts along Fifth, Madison, or Park Avenues; or in Carnegie Hill, or Gracie Point, but in the more regular-people part of the neighborhood, between, say, Third and First Avenues, and 68th and 96th Streets–it’s always a good idea to get a [...]
St. Vincent’s redevelopment plans include, you guessed it, luxury condos. Whodathunkit? What were you expecting, a mall?
Brooklyn new development: a building boom is underway that is transforming some neighborhoods. So if you’re interested in a brand new Brooklyn rental apartment, either today or sometime in the next, oh, three years… you’re in luck!
What is one of the things that people love about trendy neighborhoods like the East Village, Lower East Side, Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen / Clinton? Unlike some slightly more, shall we say, barren (boring?) neighborhoods in Manhattan, there are always plenty of solid options for food and fun right near your home.
What is Urban Edge?
Urban Edge is a FREE no fee apartment website. Apartments for rent are listed by the owners, property managers, and leasing agents. Many of them connect their database directly to ours, so you're not looking at listings that have already been rented.
Here's what you WON'T find: bait and switch ads, brokers pretending to be owners, the same apartment posted by 20 different agents, and scam postings. How, you ask, do we do that?
This is how: no one posts an apartment for rent without their account first being approved by our top notch staff, trained to sniff out evil-doers (and brokers charging a fee).
Nabes we cover: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Westchester County, Nassau County, Northern New Jersey (Hudson, Bergen and Essex Counties), and Fairfield County in CT.
C’mon, Follow Us, You Know You Want To
Voted Most Popular
Whaddya Want to Know About?
We Love to Pin!
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Obligatory Tag Cloud – Gotta Have OneApartment Living Battery Park City Brooklyn Brooklyn Heights Bushwick Carroll Gardens Chelsea Clinton / Hell's Kitchen Cobble Hill Downtown Brooklyn DUMBO East River East Village Financial District Foodies Galleries Greenpoint Greenwich Village Long Island City Lower East Side Lower Manhattan Manhattan Museums Neighborhoods New Developments Northern New Jersey Parks Park Slope Public Art Queens Real Estate Trends & News Rental Market Renting in NYC Restaurants Restaurants in NYC SoHo Staten Island The Bronx Things To Do Tips for Finding an Apartment Tribeca Upper East Side Upper West Side West Village Williamsburg