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FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Ondel Hylton, Today, February 24, 2018

Images (L to R): 525W52, Hudson Crossing, 27 ON 27TH and 247N7

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Bronx, Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, New Jersey, Queens, Rentals

NYC RENTALS: This week’s roundup of rental news & offers

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, February 17, 2018

Images (Clockwise): 175 KENT APARTMENTS, LENOX TERRACE, RIVERBANK and 1629 PACIFIC ST.

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Bronx, Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, New Jersey, Queens, Rentals

FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, February 10, 2018

Images (L to R): 606W57, The Delmar, Aurora and 88 Leonard Street

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Images (L to R): 325 Kent Avenue, Instrata Gramercy, 63 Wall Street and Watermark LIC

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Images (L to R): Avalon Brooklyn Bay, SKY, Ellipse and Henry Hall

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Images (L to R): 325 Kent Avenue, Instrata Gramercy, 63 Wall Street and Watermark LIC

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What to expect in the 2018 NYC real estate market

By Emily Nonko, Fri, December 29, 2017

2017 kicked off in the face of great uncertainty regarding how a former New York real estate developer in the White House would affect New York real estate. Despite a tumultuous year of politics, the city chugged along with new development, construction ranging from affordable to luxury projects, and record-setting prices for the residential market. Still, the market showed some cracks with softening luxury prices and the increasing prevalence of rental concessions.

As 2018 approaches, New York faces a new uncertainty due to tax reform. Experts that include developers, brokers, architects and market analysts weigh in on how the new tax bill may affect New Yorkers, and just about everything else in our ever-changing market. Renters can rejoice over the continuance of concessions, and architecture buffs should get ready for more ambitious building designs. Though there are predictions for softening prices across the board, demand for living in the city isn’t going anywhere, so it won’t take a nosedive.

ALL THE PREDICTIONS AT CITYREALTY….

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FREE RENT: This week’s roundup of NYC rental news

By Ondel Hylton, Tue, December 19, 2017

Images (L to R): CAESURA, 777 SIXTH, 15 PARK ROW and 300 ASHLAND

  • In the Heart of Chelsea with an Entrance So Discrete It’s Almost a Secret [link]
  • Caesura Leasing Launches for February 1 Move-Ins; Lending Library Lets Residents Pack Light [link]
  • The Eugene Unveils The Hudson Club, Exclusive Rooftop Lounge with Panoramic City Views [link]
  • 507 West Chelsea: Live Inside a 35-Story Glass Tower Above the High Line and Hudson Yards [link]
  • Rentals at The Robyn in the East Village Leasing from $2,460/Month [link]
  • Luxury Rentals at The Giovanni in Downtown Brooklyn from $2,331/Month [link]
  • Now Leasing: Lincoln Square High-Rise with Pool, Spa & Saunas [link]
  • Whole Foods 365 to Open in 300 Ashland January 31 [link]
  • New Essex Crossing Rental Tower Named in Honor of Former Resident Sonny Rollins [link]
  • Amenities Unveiled at Jersey City’s Vantage [link]
  • 15 Park Row, Former World’s Tallest Building, Gains New Rentals and Amenities [link]
  • Leasing Launches at 876 Bergen Street; Crown Heights Rentals Start at $2,535/Month [link]
  • Renovated Rentals at Murray Hill Marquis – Wake Up to Views of Midtown [link]

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Trump International via Wiki Commons; Donald Trump via Gage Skidmore/Flickr

As we close in on Donald Trump‘s first full year as President, it’s interesting to look at his business endeavors have fared, and here in NYC, it looks as though the Donald’s real estate empire is starting to crumble. According to CityRealty’s Year-End Manhattan Market Report, both average sales price and average price per square foot at the 11 Trump-branded condos fell below the Manhattan condo average for the first time ever. Not surprisingly, the Trump International Hotel & Tower on Central Park West was the worst-performing, with average prices falling 27 percent. One of the company’s most visible buildings, the condo was often the site of protests against the Trump administration throughout the year.

More on the 2017 market

CityRealty, Queens, Rentals

Now Leasing: Newly Opened Long Island City Rentals

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, December 2, 2017

Images (L to R): Jackson Park, ARC and Hayden

The Queens neighborhood of Long Island City has had an incredible construction boom. Thousands of modern rental units in luxury sky-scraping buildings have nearly taken over the once primarily industrial district. To keep things competitive, developers are building to ever-increasing heights and equipping buildings with amenities worthy of an all-inclusive Caribbean resort.

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