There’s no slowing down the demand, the development, nor–most record-breaklingly–the price of Brooklyn rental apartments these days. According to the May Brooklyn rental apartment report released by MNS recently, overall rents were up, on average, a head-spinning 10% from last year… and the average cost of a Park Slope rental apartment rose an astounding 40%. [...]
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We all got a break this past “winter” in terms of heating usage–but with oil prices rising and air conditioning season right around the corner, it’s not as though the trend toward green rental properties is going away any time soon.
Manhattan rental prices continue to rise, which should come as no surprise to anyone who has been looking for an apartment to rent recently. According to a Citi-Habitats report issued last month, the average rent for a Manhattan rental apartment hit an all-time high in March, clocking in at an astonishing $3,418 a month, beating [...]
Like to find a nice no-fee rental apartment in a hot neighborhood in Brooklyn? You’re not alone. Silly trend pieces (“Freegan Food Co-ops now a thing!” “Man-buns take over Williamsburg!”) and pockets of too-self-congratulatory residents aside, Brooklyn rental apartments, both to the north (e.g., Williamsburg) and the south (Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, et al) continue [...]
While “cheap” is relative in a city where apartment prices are among the highest in the nation, perhaps “value” is a better word to describe the prices on the apartments in the nabes we’re about to discuss. No matter which word you prefer, it is possible to live near a great park and not pay [...]
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