Two concurrent trends, seeming in opposition to each other, are running through the Manhattan rental apartment market right now. One is the mega-luxury-rental, those massive–and massively expensive–NYC rental apartments catering to the super-rich who want the freedom a rental affords, but also need to live in, say, a four bedroom penthouse on the 63rd floor. [...]
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Brooklyn and Manhattan residents know that the NYC Parks Department, often with help from privately-funded non-profits, have done a terrific job in the past decade or so renovating, redesigning and even creating parks in many of our formerly-forlorn public spaces. Madison Square Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Hudson River Park, Transmitter Park, the High Line, the [...]
The unfathomably super-rich don’t always plunk down $90 million for a trophy pied-a-terre–a duplex, penthouse pied-a-terre, no less–in One57, the soaring, still-under-construction midtown condo that will soon be one of the tallest residential buildings on the continent. Who cares if they may only actually stay in their spectacular sky-mansion a few weeks a year; the [...]
No fee rental apartments in Chelsea have been among the most coveted properties in Manhattan for over a decade now. No surprise, really: families, young professionals, and creative types of all kinds love the community’s rather unique combination of nightlife (there are scads of first-rate neighborhood restaurants here), its opportunities for both recreation and relaxation [...]
It’s not like it really surprises me at this point, that NYC residents are living in a kind of golden age of massive design and construction projects, as seemingly every empty (and/or out-dated) square foot of land is being developed to within an inch of its life. In fact, for the most part, with some [...]
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