Urban Edge In the News

Since we launched, Urban Edge has received a lot of mentions in the press (all good!). Check out what everyone else is saying about us in the articles below.

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Readers come in force to support Daily News Charities' Hurricane Sandy Fund to help local storm victims
Excerpt from the article: With thousands of New Yorkers left homeless by the storm, the Rent Stabilization Association has teamed up with Urban Edge NY to match up hundreds of refugees with available...
Rapid Repairs
Excerpt from the article: Anyone with apartments available for short or long term emergency housing can list them at http://www.urbanedgeny.com/hurricane-sandy-temporary-housing-for-rent To read the...
Deal on Sandy Housing
Excerpt from the article: Urban Edge already has a page for landlords to advertise apartments for Sandy victims created shortly after the storm. It has about 25 listings, ranging from one bedrooms...
Deal struck on housing for NYC storm victims
Excerpt from the article: The Journal says some details haven't been finalized. But apartment listings are expected to go live this week on Urban Edge, a no-fee apartment listing website. To read the...
2,500 Vacant Apartments Available for NYC Sandy Victims
Excerpt from the article: Starting this week, 2,500 vacant apartments throughout the five boroughs will be made available to displaced victims of Hurricane Sandy through the listing website Urban...
New York City strikes deal with landlords for residents displace by Sandy
Excerpt from the article: Urban Edge was launched in 2010, aiming to cut out brokers and other middlemen in the rental market, according to a post on Curbed NY in 2010. To read the entire article,...
Sandy Victims Get Priority on 2,500 Vacant NYC Apartments
Excerpt from the article: Apartment listings will begin to show up this week on Urban Edge, a private no-fee apartment listing website, according to officials. To read the entire article, click on...
Hurricane Sandy victims will get priority placement for vacant units
Excerpt from the article: The listings will go live this week on Urban Edge, a site for no-fee listings. To read the entire article, click on the link below:
2,500 Vacant Apartments Will Soon Be Available for Hurricane Sandy Victims
Excerpt from the article: Listed on the Urban Edge website, the apartments will reportedly be leased on a first-come, first-served basis to those receiving housing assistance through FEMA. To read...
New York City Housing Recovery About to be Launched Following Sandy
Excerpt from the article: Urban Edge has listings of available market-rate apartments, separate from the 2,500 units available through the City-assisted option, that have been pooled by the real...
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