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 [...]
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“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.
We’ve been seeing statistics and charts all summer here at Urban Edge about how finding and signing a New York City rental apartment has become more and more a landlord-friendly undertaking. Manhattan rents are up, vacancies are down, and owners aren’t nearly as ready to hand out concessions as they were as recently as a [...]
Will Brooklyn’s Williamsburg ever going to stop getting so much attention? Uh, probably not. Because as long as this dynamic neighborhood keeps changing, and people keep opening interesting new restaurants and stores and movie theaters and galleries, and especially, if people keep building new Williamsburg apartments, we are going to keep talking about it. A [...]
These days it seems that indoor swimming pools have become almost an expected amenity in a certain class of newly constructed luxury rental apartment buildings in Manhattan, and to a lesser extent, the outerboroughs. And, of course, there are certain advantages to swimming inside, mostly having to do with the months October through May. But [...]
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