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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Is your apartment (or budget) too small for a home office? Maybe it’s time to try coworking. With rents at record highs in some neighborhoods, and space ALWAYS tough to come by in this town, one of the first “luxury” sacrifices you might have to make when looking for a NYC rental apartment is the [...]
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 [...]
This week Brian gives us a tutorial on how to pronounce some of those odd street & neighborhood names you see around town (most of which seem to be in Brooklyn and The Bronx). If you don’t want to be mistaken for a tourist, you need to either brush up on your Dutch, or use [...]
Particularly in NYC, where a 300 sq. ft. studio is often described as “spacious,” finding apartment furniture that fits in your small rooms can sometimes be challenging. But with some advanced planning, furnishing your apartment need not be a chore. Whether you have no furniture at all, or you just need to add a piece [...]
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