manhattan: Stubborn sellers are putting a major damper on the Manhattan sales market - 10/04/18 07:02 AM
Number of deals declined for the fourth straight quarter 
 
Sellers who can’t part with their sky-high expectations keep slowing down apartment sales in Manhattan.
 
The number of residential sales in the third quarter dipped 11.3 percent over the same period last year, according to Douglas Elliman's latest market report. That’s the fourth consecutive quarter of declines.
 
“There’s movement, but I do think it’s going to take time,” said Steven James, president and CEO of Douglas Elliman’s New York City brokerage. “It’s predicated on sellers getting the message that they need to price realistically.”
 
As sales decline, prices keep falling too. The median sales price slid 4.5 … (0 comments)

manhattan: The Most Expensive Manhattan Neighborhood for Renters Is... - 10/16/14 12:27 AM

Rental listings site Zumper is back with a new report (warning: PDF!) that details just how much one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms cost in various New York City neighborhoods. And the winner (Or is it the loser? If you're paying a lot to live there?) is... the Flatiron District, with a 1BR median rent of $4,200/month. It is closely trailed by Tribeca ($4,195), Dumbo ($4,040), NoMad ($3,795), and Chelsea ($3,793).

For more affordable rentals, eyeball the bottom of the list, where areas like Forest Hills, Brighton Beach, Rego Park, Central Harlem, and Bed-Stuy reside.

When you look at Zumper's figures for the rest of the country, just take … (0 comments)

manhattan: 40 Secret Gardens, Parks And Green Spaces Hidden Across NYC - 08/15/14 03:38 AM

Now that summer is really and truly upon us, we thought we'd explore some of the lesser-known green gems tucked away in far-flung corners of New York City. When everyone you know is spreading an old sheet out on a grassy knoll in Prospect Park or taking their cousin for a stroll along the High Line, a storehouse of under-the-radar spots becomes crucial. From unexpected oases in the atria of office buildings (Ford Foundation, we're looking at you) to 17th-century farmhouses that still keep piglets in a pen and crops a-growin' (oh hey, Queens County Farm Museum), there's a destination for … (3 comments)

manhattan: THE MUST-READS: 22 ESSENTIAL NEW YORK NEIGHBORHOOD BLOGS - 08/11/14 01:02 AM
Even in a city with six daily newspapers, there's far more news than any one publication could cover, especially when it comes to the nitty gritty stuff that happens at the hyper-local level--new bars, new developments, the closing of beloved corner businesses, updates on your subway stop of choice, and everything in between. 
Filling the gap is a vibrant ecosystem of neighborhood blogs that cater to new transplants and life-long residents alike, consistently breaking stories the bigger guys get to months after the fact, and doing it from the perspective of people with the same day-to-day concerns as you.
Admittedly, some parts of the city are more … (0 comments)

manhattan: THE DREADED TENANT BLACKLIST: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - 07/08/14 10:46 PM
Jeffrey Zeldman
The family of three living on the Upper West Side stopped paying rent when they discovered their apartment was riddled with mold, causing the wife to fall seriously ill. When the landlord wouldn’t address the issue, they decided to move out, and fast, winding up in a hotel. 
But their troubles didn't stop there. They ended up on the so-called tenant blacklist and subsequently had major problems securing future apartments.
These blacklists are not a new phenomenon, but New Yorkers have recently been paying more attention to them, and the problems associated with winding up on a list. (See, for example, … (0 comments)

manhattan: Zeckendorf Tower High Floor 1 Bedroom with Union Square Views! - 06/17/14 01:22 AM
 
Union Square Irving Place High Floor Condo Doorman Elevator Indoor Pool Health Club July Full time doorman elevator building, concierge service, high floor unit, separate kitchen including stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar area, modern bathroom, large living room featuring northern exposure views, bedroom can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, three storage closets, new hardwood floors, bright apartment, laundry room, health club, and indoor pool included, prime location; near all restaurants, transportation, Irving Place, the East Village, downtown, SoHo, Gramercy Park, Murray Hill, Chelsea, and Union Square! 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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manhattan: Gramercy Park & Irving Place 1 Bedroom Rentals...Steps from Union Square - 06/05/14 08:59 AM
Gramercy Park 1 Bedroom Rentals
East 17th Street & Irving Place
June 15th & July 1st
Exposed Brick Wall
Two blocks from away from Union Square

 

 

 

 
Well maintained walk up building, fifth floor unit, recently renovated and is currently in great condition, kitchen including appliances, tiled bathroom with extra storage space, living room with a window, bedroom can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, exposed brick wall throughout, southern exposure view, storage closet in bedroom, hardwood floors, live in super, excellent Gramercy Park location; near all transportation, restaurants, the East Village, … (0 comments)

manhattan: Eight out of 10 Manhattan homes bought all with cash - 05/16/14 12:34 AM

In Manhattan real estate, cash is king.
While about four out of every 10 homes sold in the U.S. in the first quarter were paid for entirely in cash, Manhattan’s rate is much higher.
In fact, eight out of 10 homes in the borough were bought with cash during the last three quarters, according to RealtyTrac.
Darren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac, told the Washington Post that the high rate of cash transactions might be fueled by foreign investors who are buying property in New York. Chinese buyers, especially, are increasingly active in the market.
Tight credit, along with a low supply … (0 comments)

manhattan: Where To Find Cheaper Rentals in Five Expensive NYC 'Hoods - 05/15/14 10:07 AM

The folks over at rental listings site Zumper have parsed current listing data for five New York City neighborhoods in an effort to suss out their "cold pockets"—that is, little swaths in which the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment is significantly lower than the same figure for the area as a whole. Curbed has explored some parts of town already, so onto another five. Above, in Hell's Kitchen, find cheaper one-bedrooms between Ninth and Eleventh Avenues, south of 51st Street. The 1BRmedian there is $2,600, compared with $3,200 for the entire neighborhood.

In Brooklyn Heights, renters looking to save a few (hundred) bucks should aim south of Pineapple Street. There one-bedrooms like … (2 comments)

manhattan: NYC'S MOST UP AND COMING NEIGHBORHOODS - 04/17/14 01:27 AM
No other city changes as quickly as New York City. It's easy to feel behind on the latest trends, restaurants and hotspots. As Manhattan luxury apartment specialists, we're happy to provide you a bit of foresight into NYC's most up and coming neighborhoods.
Lower East Side

What it Was: 
Just south of the East Village, the Lower East Side used to be an immigrant/working-class neighborhood in the 80’s and 90’s.
What's Changed: 
Beginning in the early 2000’s, the LES started developing with lots of trendy restaurants and bar life.
What's Coming (photo above):
The once vacant parking lot on Delancey Street will become The Essex Complex … (0 comments)

manhattan: Union Square/Gramercy Park Irving Place One Bedroom Rental - 03/19/14 02:10 AM
East 17th Street & Irving Place Bi-level 700 SQFT April 1st
Well maintained walk up building, second floor bi-level unit, large open living room with a storage closet, separate kitchen including appliances, tiled bathroom, dining alcove area, high ceilings, 12' X 12' bedroom - can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, three closets total, hardwood floors, live in super, laundry room in building, excellent Gramercy Park location; near all transportation, restaurants, the East Village, downtown, Madison Square Park, FlatIron, NYU, SoHo, and Union Square! 
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manhattan: Looking at the Hidden Costs of Living in New York - 03/19/14 01:40 AM
Today’s article is about some of the hidden costs of living in New York. We’ve looked at three key expenses – food, travel and entertainment – to see how they vary across the boroughs. While the numbers aren’t the same everywhere (New York is expensive!), the concept is; when you’re considering where to live, there are lots of variables that aren’t included in the rent.
For more info, go have a look at SmartAsset’s article on the diverse rental economies in four major cities – New York, Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles, and at Moven’s infographic showing some of the key factors you should … (2 comments)

manhattan: The Most Popular Manhattan Rental Listings Of The Last Week - 11/20/13 11:59 PM
  Yesterday we rounded up the top 10 most expensive rental listings in the city, but those places aren't exactly where most of the city's renters are looking. So today, we are looking at the top 10 most popular Manhattan rental listings of the past week, according to data from StreetEasy. The listings, which were sorted by the number of pageviews, highlight that everyone is always searching for the best deal—the most expensive unit on this list is a $3,000/month two-bedroom.
↑10) 32 East 7th Street, East Village
The listing for this two-bedroom makes no mention of a living room, and judging by the photos, there may not be one. … (0 comments)

manhattan: An Introduction to New York's Short Term Rental Laws - 10/10/13 01:35 AM
The world of short term rentals is a weird, tricky thing—especially in a city as big as New York. There are dozens of websites that allow people to freely list their homes/apartments/condos, plusadditional sites that help people make the best listing possible. Thesesites have mostly operated in their own realm, but in recent months, we've seen many of them get direct support from the city in order to help house people who were displaced by Hurricane Sandy. It's obvious that short term renting is a growing industry that shows no signs of slowing down, but the fact of the matter is that most of these rentals are illegal.
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manhattan: Upper West Side Brand New 700 SQFT W/D Fireplace Exposed Brick 10.01 - 09/17/13 12:50 AM
Well maintained Upper West Side brownstone, original moldings and detail, recently remodeled throughout, separate kitchen including stainless steel appliances, modern bathroom, large living room featuring a decorative fireplace, three large bay windows, northern and southern exposure views - bright apartment, exposed brick wall, bedroom can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, four storage closets, washer and dryer in unit, new hard floors, live in super, excellent Upper West Side location - short walking walking distance to nearest subway stop!*VIDEO TOUR was filmed in 2011*

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manhattan: Private Elevator and Terrace 4 Bedroom Brand New Renovations Stainless Steel Appliances Gramercy/East Village - 04/26/13 08:09 AM
Brand new rental converted building, private elevator that opens up into apartment - large entry foyer, separate kitchen includling stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops, marble bathroom, large living room with two skylights, exposed brick wall throughout, walk in storage closet, each bedroom can fit a queen size bed, smaller fourth bedroom or home office area, private access to 200 square foot terrace! Excellent Gramercy location; near all transportation, restaurants, the East Village, Union Square, Murray Hill, Midtown East, the East River, downtown, SoHo, and Madison Square Park!
 

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manhattan: Maidson Ave East 27th St Elevator Doorman High Ceilings Large LR 4/15 - 04/02/13 02:38 AM
Full time doorman elevator building, seventh floor unit, separate kitchen including granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar area, large open living room with four windows - eastern exposure views, high ceilings throughout, recently updated bathroom, bedroom can easily fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, two storage closets (1 walk-in), hardwood floors, bright apartment, washer and dryer outside the apartment (across hallway), live in super, excellent location; near all transportation, restaurants, Flatiorn, Gramercy, Murray Hill, Chelsea, Midtown, Union Square, and Grand Central Station!*1 block away from Madison Square Park*
 

 

 

 

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manhattan: Madison Square Park One Bedroom Rental - April 1st/15th - 03/28/13 07:16 AM
Well maintained elevator building, third floor unit, separate kitchen including a dishwasher, large living room with a fireplace, southern exposure view, bright apartment, dining alcove area, recently renovated bathroom, bedroom can fit a queen size bed, two storage closets, hardwood floors, live in super, excellent location; near all transportation, restaurants, Madison Square Park, Union Square, Gramercy, Murray Hill, and Midtown!  

 


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manhattan: Upper West Side The Aldyn LEASE BREAK 1 Bedroom November 1st Washer/Dryer - 09/28/11 01:30 PM
Brand new full service condo building on the Upper West Side featuring a full gymnasium, basketball courts, indoor swimming pool, virtual golf range, 2 story rock climbing wall, dedicated children’s play room, roof deck and parking garage! Excellent location, close to Central Park, Hudson River Parks, Time Warner Center, Lincoln Center and the Museum of Natural History.

 

 

 

 

Available apartment is a fifth floor unit over looking courtyard lounge. The separate gourmet kitchen boasts of stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar and plenty of cabinet space in a stunning dark wood finish. The … (1 comments)

manhattan: **Video Tour/New Listing** Upper East Side One Bedroom Rental - East 90S & 3rd Avenue - 11/19/10 03:48 AM
Upper East Side One Bedroom Apartment Rental - New Listing featuring a Video Tour!

 

 
Well maintained walk up building, original pre war detail and feel, separate eat in kitchen including appliances, tiled bathroom, large living room featuring a southern exposure view, bright apartment corner unit, large bedroom – can fit a queen size bed and extra furniture, southern and western exposure views, new hardwood floors, video intercom system, excellent Upper East Side location – 2 blocks away from the 6 line!
 
Shown by appointment only - JAD Realty Group 610.781.8417
 
 
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