House No. 94

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

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

By Annie Doge, Sat, November 3, 2018

Rental Concessions

Images (L to R): Summit, House No. 94, EVGB and 7W21

  • Williamsburg’s, ‘House No. 94’ is 75% Leased and Renting with 1 Month Free [link]
  • Live at The Mill in Ridgewood, New Rental Homes with Amenities from $1,895/Month [link]
  • Summit at 222 E. 44th Street Launches Leasing: Striking 43-Story Tower with Luxury Rentals in Midtown East [link]
  • No Fee Midtown West Rentals at The Townsend Offer 1 Month Free on a 12-Month Lease [link]
  • EVGB: Target-Topping Rental Offers East Village Apartments with 3 Months Free Rent [link]
  • 7 West 21st Street: Elegant Rentals by Morris Adjmi Architects with Special Offers [link]
  • New Brooklyn Rentals Launch from $2,095/Month at 25 E. 19th Street, Two Blocks from Prospect Park [link]
  • 90 Columbus: Luxury Jersey City Rentals Priced from $2,695/Month [link]


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Featured Story

Features, real estate trends, Transportation

Williamsburg, where the L train shutdown will soon take effect, via Wiki Commons

In a city with fewer car owners than nearly any other location in North America, it should come as no surprise that subway access is a key factor for most New Yorkers when they go on the housing market. In fact, many New Yorkers won’t even consider renting or buying if the address is more than a 10-minute walk from the nearest subway. This explains why some neighborhoods, including Greenpoint, which has a subway but not one that leads to Manhattan, and Alphabet City, which doesn’t have a subway at all, have long reported lower real estate values and rental prices that their nearest neighbors. However, there are growing signs that subway access may no longer matter as much as it once did.

While subway access remains important, it is increasingly no longer a deal breaker for developers or prospective tenants. In today’s real estate market, a growing number of developers are pouring money into developments located off the subway line, and many tenants don’t seem to mind. This may also explain why not all developers with projects located along the L line are worried about the pending shutdown, which is now slated to begin in April 2019.

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Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Jersey, Queens, Rentals

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

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, June 23, 2018

Images (L to R): New York By Gehry, The Pointe, The Addition and Jackson Park

  • Renting in New York’s Tallest Apartment Building, New York by Gehry [link]
  • Live at The Maya from $1,795/Month; No Fee Rentals in Jamaica Estates [link]
  • The Pointe Debuts in Rego Park with 1 Month Free; New Rentals from $1,962/Month [link]
  • No Fee, Oversized Rentals at StuyTown Offer WiFi/Cable Free for 1 Year [link]
  • Long Island City Rental Building ‘The Addition’ Debuts with 1 Month Free [link]
  • Williamsburg Rental ‘House No. 94’ Now Leasing with 2 Months Free [link]
  • Amenities Galore at Jackson Park, Shimmering LIC Rentals from $2,372/Month [link]


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Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, Queens, Rentals

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

By Ondel Hylton, Sat, June 9, 2018

Images (L to R): 325 Kent Avenue, House No. 94, 485 Marin Boulevard and 99 Gold Street


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