Another month, another record for Manhattan rental apartments, and not in a good way for would-be Manhattan renters. Because although the average Manhattan rent in May only went up by an insignificant-sounding nine dollars, that does mean that the average Manhattan rental apartment now goes for an astonishing $3,438 a month.
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Lower Manhattan neighborhoods (not to be confused with downtown Manhattan, which includes areas south of 14th Street, such as the West Village, SoHo, Lower East Side, Chinatown, Tribeca, etc.) are now the site of some of the hottest markets for Manhattan rental apartments in the city. And with that comes more restaurants and services for [...]
Governors Island is one of New York City’s great treasures, and during the summer it becomes one of my favorite parks in town, with a full schedule of festivals, concerts, and off-beat art exhibitions as well as plenty of space in which to walk or bike or picnic or play or read or doze or [...]
“Downtown” NYC apartments actually span a number of neighborhoods, from the Village (West Village, Greenwich Village, East Village) all the way down to FiDi. Basically, anything below 14th Street is considered downtown.
New Year’s is a time when it seems that everyone with access to a keyboard puts in their two cents about the year gone by, and makes predictions about the one ahead. And NYC real estate renters and sellers, thinkers and doers, are NO exception!
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