A couple of different posts recently on two of my favorite real estate websites–namely, Curbed and Brick Underground–reminded me how difficult, even discouraging, the process of finding that perfect new home can seem when approached from afar, but also how it all usually works out for the vast majority of NYC rental apartment seekers.
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All up and down the East River there are plans afoot for making the waterfront as beautiful and as accessible for residents of Manhattan’s east side as west side residents have been enjoying these past years since the completion of the Hudson River Park.
It’s not a new idea, making Manhattan rental apartment buildings–or, really, any kind of building at all–more energy efficient and economical simply by painting the roof white. More than two years ago it was reported in the New York Times and elsewhere that the simple act of changing the color of roof from black to [...]
Ten years after the World Trade Center attacks of 9/11, a collective portrait of NYC’s Financial District today. Yesterday, September 11, 2011, marked the tenth anniversary of that harrowing, heartbreaking day on which, we all predicted, “everything had changed.” And, of course, in some ways we were right. Ten years after the World Trade Center [...]
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.
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