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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Rental listings site launches, takes out brokers
Excerpt from article: UrbanEdgeNY.com allows property owners and tenants to communicate one-on-one about owner listings, and bars agents from posting listings. To read the entire article, click on...
Rental concessions smaller but plentiful--here's where
Excerpt from the article: Meanwhile, no-fee apartment search site UrbanEdgeNY maintains a list of buildings offering free rent--in fact, we see that the swanky new Beatrice (105 W. 29th Street b/w...
Realdealny.com Joins New York Players
Excerpt from the article: New York has seen plenty of property portal activity throughout 2010, including condodomain.com’s New York expansion, the rise of “reverse search engine” nakedapartments.com...
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...
NYC Rental Websites Stack Up
Excerpt from the article: New rental sites include 18-month old UrbanEdgeNY.com, which provides no-fee apartment listings directly from landlords. To read the entire article, click on the link below:
NYC Housing Recovery to Help Victims Displaced by Hurricane 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...
NY Site Promises “No Brainer”
Excerpt from the article: Joining Webby nominees nytimes.com/realestate and nakedaparments.com in the New York market is urbanedgeny.com, which just launched on 14 April. The website’s focus is on...
No-Fee Rental Building of the Week: The Ohm
Excerpt from the article: Another reason you may want to consider The Ohm: The building is currently offering two months free rent on some units, and will pay your broker's fee. Which is fortunate,...
No-Fee Building of the Week: West 80s prewar near Central Park & subway
Excerpt from the article: According to no-fee apartment search engine UrbanEdgeNY.com, there is currently a one-bedroom available for $2,700, and a pair of two-bedroom, one-bath units available for $...
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