- At LeFrak City, New Amenities Unveiled After $70 Million Renovation; Rentals from $1,485/Month [link]
- Luxury on the East River at View 34; No Fee Rentals with up to Three Bedrooms [link]
- Leasing Continues at Perch Harlem, Built to Meet Passive House Standards; No Fee Rentals from $2,150/Month [link]
- Rentals in FiDi for Immediate Occupancy: New Leases at The Renaissance Offer Two Months Free [link]
- Luxury Spotted in Gowanus: Grand Opening of Rental at 326 Bond Street [link]
- Incentives Offered at the BKLN Gold; Downtown Brooklyn Rentals from $2,066/Month [link]
- Leasing Incentive at Chelsea Centro on West 26th Street; One-Bedrooms with $1,000 Deposits [link]
- Brooklyn’s Tallest Building Reveals Amenities, Offers 1.5 Months Free Rent [link]
- TF Cornerstone’s Long Island City Waterfront Rental Tower Is Leasing from $2,210/Month [link]
- Stunning City & Waterfront Views from 200 Water Street, No-Fee Rentals in the Financial District [link]
- Stylish No Fee Rentals Debut at 568 Lafayette, Two-Beds from $2,478/Month [link]
- The Sutton Collection, Classic Manhattan Living with Style; Rentals From $2,100/Month [link]
- Recently Renovated Upper West Side Buildings Offer Two Months Free [link]
Updated rendering of parcel c for Hunters Point South, courtesy of ODA Architecture
TF Cornerstone on Thursday filed its first permits for a 1,200-unit apartment building as the second phase of the city’s Hunters Point South redevelopment, a project that first began in 2013. The plan for the waterfront neighborhood in Long Island City, Queens called for a mixed-use, affordable housing development that would hold up to 5,000 units, with 60 percent of them affordable. Selected for phase two of the ambitious project by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration, TF Cornerstone’s original proposal was delayed for four years after local, state and federal authorities forced the developer to rethink its design (h/t Crain’s).
Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Economic Development Corporation released their official pitch for Amazon’s second headquarters on Wednesday, one day before the deadline. Boasting the city’s talented tech workforce, the de Blasio administration has pitched Midtown West, Long Island City, the Brooklyn Tech Triangle (DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn and the Navy Yard), and Lower Manhattan as the four best spots for Amazon to call home. The tech giant’s nationwide competition, announced in September, set out to find their next headquarters, called HQ2. The company promises the headquarters will bring 50,000 new jobs and $5 billion in initial city investment.
Rendering of the Hunters Point South project, courtesy of NYCEDC
An eight-acre, 1.6 million-square-foot residential site next to Hunters Point South is for sale, a piece of land owned by a family for generations. According to the New York Post, the site could potentially bring in $480 million if targeted to market-rate condominiums since land in Long Island City sells for roughly $300 per square foot. The triangle-shaped plot of land found at 55-01 Second Street and bounded by 54th Avenue and Vernon Boulevard, sits on Newtown Creek, an estuary that forms part of the border between Brooklyn and Queens. The site might make the perfect spot for Amazon’s second headquarters as the tech giant seeks 500,000 square feet for their HQ2 by 2019.
Jackson Heights, Queens, is an affordable neighborhood with lots going for it. There’s a central transit hub, great restaurants, and loads of beautiful pre-war buildings. This co-op, at 35-27 80th Street, is well known in the neighborhood as the Greystones, an early 1900s building that’s part of the Jackson Heights Historic District. This one-bedroom apartment for sale, asking $388,500, is a classic pre-war pad with some modern details like open shelving and a renovated eat-in kitchen. The apartment last sold in 2010 for $260,000.
Five years ago, LeFrak City offered its residents amenities like pools and tennis and basketball courts, but very little green space. Now, the hidden city-within-a-city in Corona, Queens is getting an upgrade. “There really wasn’t a lot of play area. There was gardening, but it wasn’t meant to be trampled on or used. It was meant to be seen,” said David Bernhardt, general manager of the massive housing complex.
There’s a deal to be found in the Queens neighborhood Forest Hills Gardens, where this lofted one-bedroom apartment has hit the market for $329,000. This is the only duplex in the entire cooperative, a historic Arts and Crafts style building located at 1 Station Square. Custom storage and closets maximize the space, which holds a living area, open kitchen and master bedroom below. Above, accessed by a spiral staircase, is a bonus space for an office and second bedroom. The apartment last sold in 2008 for $340,000.
- Style & Elegance at The Larstrand on West 77th Street; No-Fee Rentals Available Now [link]
- Tetris-Like South Slope Building Launches Leasing; No Fee Rentals from $2,308/Month [link]
- Bed-Stuy Rental Near the G Train Offers Two Months Free; One-Bedrooms from $2,350/Month [link]
- Renovated Upper East Side Rentals with Lots of Storage at 245 East 80th Street in Yorkville [link]
- Waterfront Location + Bridge Views Offered in Williamsburg’s Dunham Place, Priced From $2,950/Month With 1 Month Free [link]
- No-Fee Rentals at Chelsea Tower on West 26th Street Offer One Month of Free Rent [link]
- Nestled on Nassau Street, These Sleek Financial District Rentals Are Listed From $2,949/Month [link]
- Steps From Central Park, Renovated Rentals From $3,200/Month; See the Floorplans [link]
- Live in One of the World’s Most Iconic Skyscrapers: New Leases at 70 Pine Street Include 1 Month Free [link]
- Residences at 1 West Street Leasing with Incentives; See the Waterfront Rentals in Lower Manhattan [link]
A turreted entryway, arched front door, leaded and stained glass windows and wood beamed ceilings–it all makes for a mini-castle in the heart of Bayside, Queens. This Tudor home at 48-12 217th Street was built in the 1930s, and is located in a neighborhood filled with other Tudor beauties with well manicured front yards. This home comes with plenty of suburban perks, like a front and back yard, garage and finished basement. Combined with the 1930s period details, it’s a unique property that’s now on the market for $988,000 and may just lure you out to eastern Queens.
- The Refinery, Newly Constructed Clinton Hill Rental Leasing from $2,150/Month [link]
- A New Frontier: Leasing Begins at 210 East 39th Street with Two Months of Free Rent [link]
- New Rentals Launch with 1 Month Free at Historic Offerman House in Downtown Brooklyn [link]
- Tallest Residential Building in Queens Marks Grand Opening with 1 Month Free [link]
- Hell’s Kitchen Rental Has a Full Workout Facility & Half Basketball Court [link]
- At LEVEL, It’s About Balance; Brand New Waterfront Rentals Now Leasing in Williamsburg [link]
- Rosario Candela-Designed Rental at 915 West End Avenue Debuts New Look, Offers Free Rent [link]
- $250 Security Deposits with Approved Credit at 95 Wall Street in the Financial District [link]
- A Look Inside 21 West End; Luxe Interiors, Cutting-Edge Amenities [link]
- At 21 Chelsea, Sophisticated and Stylish Apartments Are Now Leasing with $500 Deposits [link]
- A Reinvented Factory in Brooklyn: Authentic Lofts at 44 Berry Street in Williamsburg [link]
- Leasing Special for Luxury Rentals in 42-Story Long Island City Tower; Studios from $2,600/Month [link]
- No-Fee Rentals with $1,000 Deposits at 95 Horatio Street in the West Village [link]
- Luxurious Upper West Side Rentals at Sessanta, and Stylish Amenities Too [link]
- If Location is Everything, Look No Further Than Two Lincoln Square’s Luxury Rentals [link]