- Live in a Former Tootsie Roll Factory with 1 Month of Free Rent [link]
- Grand Opening of Related Companies’ New Hudson Square Rental at 261 Hudson Street [link]
- American Copper Buildings Begin to Welcome First Residents [link]
- Two Months of Free Rent at Park West Village, Only One Block from Central Park [link]
- Upper West Side’s Stonehenge Village Leasing with 1 Month Free + Discounted Deposits [link]
- Free Month of Rent + Stunning Views at Battery Park City’s Tribeca Pointe [link]
- One Month Free + No Fee at 500 Sterling Place in Prospect Heights [link]
- Williamsburg’s 50 North 5th Street; 15,000 Square Feet of Amenities + One Month of Free Rent [link]
- Security Deposit Discounts at Equity Residential’s Beatrice Apartments in Chelsea [link]
- Free Rent & Special Offers at Spencer Street Apartments in Bed-Stuy [link]
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- A Mechanical Pharaoh Fan: Thanks to Thanko – not done on purpose, we promise – you can experience fanning Pharaoh-style, and you don’t even have to hire servants. Gizmodo spotlights the interesting new fan (lush grapes not included).
- A New Chef in Town: Brooklyn Magazine has discovered a new restaurant that just opened up under the Williamsburg Bridge, and they give us a little pre-taste to pique our appetite.
- 10 Sullivan Units Hit the Market: 6 units, including a $25 million duplex, have hit the market in the former site of a Soho car wash. Curbed has details on the listings along with a few images.
- Caffe Bene Continues New York Expansion: According to the Wall Street Journal, the South Korean coffee chain will add 11 stores in the next four months. After that… they’ll take over the world!
- 500 Sterling Place Launches Sales: The listings have been posted for the rental building and the Brownstoner has the details.
- Williamsburg Rooftop Bar With a View: Bedford and Bowery spotlights Sheltering Sky, the new rooftop bar at the top of McCarren Hotel & Pool, with incomparable views.
- Stephen Green vs. Trump World Tower: Real estate giant Stephen Green of SL Green Realty Corp is at odds with fellow residents of the Trump World Tower after filing a lawsuit over a spill he took last fall. The NY Post has more on the contentious situation.
Images: Sheltering Sky bar (left), 10 Sullivan (right)