- Thor’s Newly-Restored 98 Morningside Offering One Month of Free Rent [link]
- Field Condition Captures the Completed Amenities at 555Ten [link]
- Om Sweet Om: Downtown Brooklyn Rental, City Tower, Introduces Meditation Classes as Newest Amenity [link]
- Canal-Side 363 Bond Street Unveils Model Apartments; Offers 1 Month Free Rent [link]
- Chelsea29 Launches Leasing; Offers Two Months Free Rent [link]
- Checking in on Long Island City’s Boldest Rental, 2222 Jackson Avenue; Now Leasing with 1 Month Free [link]
- Former Hotel Makes Its Debut as the Murray Hill Marquis; New Rentals from $2,575/Month [link]
- This New Bushwick Rental was Definitely Designed by an Architect, Two-Beds from $2,355/mo. [link]
- Free Rent & Reduced Security Deposits at Upper East Side High Rise [link]
- Leasing Special at Jersey City’s Madox Rentals; Apartments From $2,379/Month [link]
- Related Promises the Highest Quality Rental Interiors Ever at One Hudson Yards [link]
- 800 Union: Luxury Park Slope Rentals Release New Renderings & Teaser Site [link]
- Grand Opening of Rental Building at 246 Johnson Ave in East Williamsburg [link]
92-61 165th Street, Rendering via NHS Development Corporation
With new residential and commercial developments and transit options, Jamaica, Queens is on the brink of renewal, after many years of neglect. Adding to the area’s revitalization, the construction of a new 14-story affordable housing building was finished last fall. Now, applications are being accepted at the building for 88 affordable apartments at 92-61 165th Street in Jamaica Center, Queens. New Yorkers earning 40 and 60 percent of the area median income can apply for units ranging from a $494 per month studio to a $1182 per month three-bedroom.
Photo courtesy of Laffey Fine Homes from a previous listing
President Trump, who is currently in New Jersey on a 17-day vacation, announced that he will travel to Trump Tower this Sunday. While his Midtown penthouse will be getting a lot of attention this weekend, his childhood home in Queens is also making headlines. The home at 85-15 Wareham Place is up for rent on Airbnb, according to a recent listing on the company’s website (h/t NY Post). The modest Tudor style home in Jamaica Estates is listed for as much as $725 per month. The home features five bedrooms, sleeps 20 people, and includes a life-size cut out of POTUS in the living room. Even though the president only lived there until he was four years old, according to the listing, “this is a unique and special opportunity to stay in the home of a sitting president.”
Construction officially underway at Delta’s new $4B LaGuardia facilities, new renderings and details, Tue, August 8, 2017
Interior rendering of Delta’s eastern half, via Governor Andrew Cuomo
Governor Cuomo first unveiled his plans for a revamped LaGuardia Airport two years ago. Since then, the cost has ballooned from $4 to $8 billion, with $4 billion alone going towards Delta’s rebuilt 37-gate facilities. As of today, construction has officially begun on this part of the project, with the Port Authority signing a new, long-term lease with Delta Air Lines, which “marks the beginning of construction on the final component of the entirely new, unified airport at LaGuardia, which will provide all LaGuardia travelers with state-of-the-art amenities and expanded public transportation, including the planned AirTrain,” according to a press release from the Governor. And along with the terminal’s physical groundbreaking, he shared new details and renderings.
Looking for beachfront living that’s only a train ride away from Manhattan? Here’s your answer. This three-bedroom condo has hit the market in the Far Rockaways, at 124-11 Rockaway Beach Boulevard. It’s got all the right beachy interior details: open floorplan, big windows, two outdoor spaces, private parking, and a washer/dryer unit to clean your swimsuits and towels. Because, of course, the location is just a mere block from the Rockaway boardwalk and beachfront. After selling in 2015 for $492,000, it’s now asking a hair under $600,000.
Rendering courtesy of TF Cornerstone
The waterfront Queens neighborhood of Long Island City has gone from a sleepy, factory town to boasting the country’s largest number of new rental apartments. Now, to preserve some of LIC’s industrial backbone, a new development proposal from TF Cornerstone calls for a massive $925 million mixed-use complex, which will include 1,000 rental apartments and 100,000 square feet of light manufacturing space. As the New York Times reported, the project comes at the city’s request in 2016 for mixed-use project proposals with a focus on commercial and industrial space.
- Gut-Renovated Rentals in Prewar Harlem Building from $1,850/Month; Move-In August 1st [link]
- Live & Play at “The Crescendo,” South Bronx’s Unprecedented Rental Prepares for Summer Launch [link]
- Meet Crystal54, Hell’s Kitchen’s New Cast-Iron Rental Leasing from $3,200/mo [link]
- Conversion of 1890s Bushwick Church is Complete; See Inside the New Rentals [link]
- Grand New Rentals Debut in Ridgewood at ‘The Mill’ from $1,823/Month [link]
- ARO Will Redefine The Skyline; Teaser Site Debuts for CetraRuddy-Designed Rental [link]
- New Williamsburg Rental at 66 Ainslie Street Prepares for Launch; Pricing Revealed [link]
- Grand Opening of The Bridgeview Luxury Residences in Astoria; One-Beds from $2,700/Mo [link]
- Durst Kicks Off Leasing for FRANK 57 West with 1 Month Free; Completes Full Block Grand Slam [link]
- Towering Rental Debuts Among 2-Story Houses at Gowanus/Park Slope Border [link]
- One Month Free at Midtown East’s Sutton Collection Rentals [link]
- Apartments Available at Newly Renovated Yorkville Rental Tower [link]
Considering the NYC Ferry has been so popular since launching on May 1st that it had to charter two extra boats to meet demand, it’s not surprising that the city-subsidized ferry hit the 1 million rider mark as of today, a month earlier than expected. Mayor de Blasio celebrated the milestone earlier today with a press conference in Long Island City, also announcing that the fourth ferry route, the Astoria line, will launch on Tuesday, August 29th.
Long Island City, New York City’s fastest growing neighborhood, shows no signs of slowing down. Following the completion of Jackson Park, the residential phase of Tishman Speyer Properties’ massive Gotham Center development, renderings have been revealed for their creative office space across the street at 28-01 Jackson Avenue. As CityRealty learned, the development, called the JACX, consists of two identical towers that will include over 40,000 square feet of retail space, with a gourmet market, food hall, dining, and boutique fitness centers, as well as a one-acre rooftop terrace.
- Tour Hell’s Kitchen’s Industrially-Inspired 525W52 Courtesy of Field Condition [link]
- Bond Street Development Redefines Living Next to the Gowanus Canal; See Inside [link]
- New Rentals Launch with 1 Month Free at Historic Offerman House in Downtown Brooklyn [link]
- Leasing Kicks Off at 100 Steuben in Clinton Hill; Prices from $1,999/Month with 1 Month Free [link]
- Huis24 Now Leasing; Vibrant Rentals Debut in Long Island City Near Queensboro Plaza [link]
- New Williamsburg Rental at 66 Ainslie Street Prepares for Launch [link]
- Waterfront Rentals in Jersey City with Skyline Views from $2,140/Month and $500 Deposits [link]
- New Listings at The Berkley in Williamsburg; Spacious Layouts with Balconies from $2,610/Month [link]
- Summer Debut Announced for Long Island City Rental with Rooftop Pool Club & Half-Acre Private Park [link]
- No-Fee Listings at New Luxury Rental Near Barclays Center in Prospect Heights [link]