Finding a No Fee NYC Apartment

New York City apartments are already expensive, even before considering the broker’s fee. In rising neighborhoods, like Astoria, a typical fee is one month’s rent. But in Manhattan neighborhoods, fees can range from 12-15% of the year’s rent. Here are three ways to avoid paying a broker’s fee in your NYC apartment search.   1. Travel […]

When is the Second Ave Subway Line being completed?

Second Avenue Subway is a speedy passage subway which has restored hopes to a thousands

The Second Avenue Subway  is a speedy passage subway line that has generated a lot of questions concerning its completion date. It forms a part of the New York City subway system. The project is a long outstanding venture that started in 1929, but which has been occasioned by several starts and interruptions for several reasons […]

The LES Project: 50 Clinton

Make way for some beautiful one & two-bedroom apartments in the LES, including amazing penthouses – 50 Clinton Street. The previous wd~50 building is being renovated and upgraded in the Lower East Side. DHA Capital is on the project with the idea that bigger isn’t always better. The apartments are being built out by size […]

RentHackr: Hacking a better way to find apartments!

Most of the time, apartment hunting is like getting your teeth pulled – extremely unenjoyable. It’s tough finding the right location, price, and amenitites – not to mention dealing with brokers or landlords that are less than favorable at times. It’s completely hit and miss. Not everyone just goes to a real estate company and […]

Top picks: Ice Skating Spots in NYC

The holiday’s may be over but winter is just starting and they’re plenty of fun still to be had. If you’re in the mood for something that’s fun, active and can involve the whole family, this is a great choice. The Rink at the Rockefeller Set behind the beautiful christmas tree, decked out by all […]

Winter is here, and it’s the best time to find an apartment in NYC

If you’re looking for a new rental, now is the best time to find it. With the holidays looming just around the corner (read: next few days), no one really wants to be moving during this season unless it’s absolutely necessary. Despite the weather being a little less pleasant this time of year, there really […]

Gramercy Park can now be seen on Google Maps.

Gramercy Park, elusive, mysterious and unseen by most. Not anymore, for anyone with a computer, or smart device and an internet connection, it’s now an attainable thing,you don’t even need to leave home. You can thank an Airbnb user Shawn Christopher from Pittsburgh who went into the park and took 360 degree photos using Photo […]

The $95 million views from the Tallest Residential building in NYC

The new 432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere. Standing at 1,396 feet tall, it’s one of the new apartment buildings becoming part of New York’s skyline. This building is 84 stories high making it the second tallest building in New York City, and the third tallest in the United […] in NYC

When it comes to investing in real estate properties in NYC, investors look for help from beyond brokers. Also, moving to NYC can be a big financial adjustment for most. Getting finance help for apartment and home loans in NYC, Staffing firms, like, provide homeowners and shoppers with the best investment and financial advisors! Financial […]

Trinity Church to build new luxury apartment towers

Trinity church manages 215 acres of the downtown area and it’s now looking to expand, with the land estimated worth being around $2 billion, the project is set to build new residential properties. Trinity Church is currently involved in the project of rezoning the Hudson Square, which is converting 5.5 million square feet of office […]

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