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!
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For decades Manhattan turned its back on the Hudson River: access was limited and, frankly, mostly decrepit; development was minimal (with a few notable exceptions, especially downtown, and especially Battery Park City) with real estate barons preferring to grow their goods towards the center of our island.
I talk a lot about the huge, neighborhood-changing projects that will make a difference not only for residents of NYC rental apartments in their immediate vicinity, but that will also have a lasting effect upon the city a whole.
One of the best things to happen to this town in the past couple of decades has been the (for the most part) thoughtful, democratic and welcoming development of New York City’s long-neglected waterfront.
We’ve been hearing for years that the next hot neighborhoods for NYC rental apartments will be in Queens, particularly in the communities of Long Island City and Hunters Point, right across the East River from Midtown Manhattan.
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