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Brooklyn, CityRealty, Manhattan, New Jersey, Rentals

Images (L to R): Journal Squared, 507 West Chelsea, 525 West 52nd Street and Yorkshire Towers

  • Two-Tower Hell’s Kitchen Rental Debuts with Impressive Leasing Special [link]
  • More Than Views – A Closer Look at Jersey City’s 53-Story Rental, Journal Squared [link]
  • No-Fee Apartments with 2 Months Free at 507 West Chelsea, Luxe Living on the High Line [link]
  • New Harlem Rentals Debut on 125th Street; Apartments from $1,994/Month [link]
  • $1,000 Deposits at Murray Hill High-Rise 300 East 39th Street [link]
  • New Bushwick Rental Launches with Leasing Special; 1-Bedrooms from $2,400/Month [link]
  • A Look at The Brooklyn Zinc, New Prospect Heights Rental Ready for Launch [link]
  • Factory Converted Apartments at DUMBO’s 30 Washington Street Listed with 1 Month of Free Rent [link]
  • Skyscraping Apartments at EOS in the Heart of Manhattan Offer 1 Month Free [link]
  • Loft Living at DUMBO’s 99 Gold; Apartments Available with 1 Month of Free Rent [link]
  • Upper East Side Post-War Tower Offers 1 Month Free on Renovated Apartments [link]
  • The Giovanni in Downtown Brooklyn Offering New Leases with 1 Month of Free Rent [link]
  • Financial District High Rise ‘The Lara’ Offers 1 Month Free on Select Units [link]
  • One Month Free on Select Units at Harlem’s Eco-Friendly Rental, Tapestry [link]

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Apartment Deals, Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Developments, Queens, Rentals, Uncategorized

NYC Rental Concessions and Pecial Offers, NYC rentals
  • Brookfield Launches Leasing at The Eugene with One Month Free; Sole Residential Building in Manhattan West is Now Midtown’s Tallest Rental [link]
  • Leasing Launches at Hayden; Studios Starting from $2,281 with One Month Free [link]
  • Leasing Launches for Phase One of Journal Squared; Live in 53-Story Tower for $1,855/Month [link]
  • Avalon Brooklyn Bay Prepares for Leasing; Beach-, Bay- & Pool-Side Living in Sheepshead Bay [link]
  • Clinton Hill’s 180 Franklin Ave Offers Studios to Duplex Townhomes with One Month Free [link]
  • Spring 2017 Leasing Announced for New 12-Story Midtown Rental, The Lewis [link]
  • Flatiron District’s 7 West 21st Street Now Leasing with Two Months Free + Discounted Deposits [link]
  • Chelsea Tower on West 26th Street Leasing With One or Two Months Free [link]
  • Leasing Has Launched at Newly Constructed 19-Unit Rental in Red Hook, Brooklyn [link]
  • Reimagined Prewar Apartments at 25 Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights, Now Leasing with One Month Free [link]
  • Limited Time Free Rent Offer Jersey City’s The Beacon [link]
  • $1,000 DepositSpecial at Murray Hill’s Parc East Apartments on East 27th Street [link]
  • Lease at The Caledonia and Receive a $1,000 Gift Card [link]
  • Have Stunning City & Waterfront Views from 200 Water Street, Now Leasing with One Month Free [link]
  • Up to Two Months Free + $1000 Security Deposits at The Olivia on West 33rd Street [link]
  • Two Months Free at 416 West 23rd Street in Chelsea [link]

SEE MORE RENTAL NEWS AND OFFERS HERE >>

Images (L to R): Journal Squared, Avalon Brooklyn Bay, Hayden and The Eugene

Featured Story

Architecture, Carter Uncut, Features, New Jersey, real estate trends, Urban Design

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Carter Uncut brings New York City’s latest development news under the critical eye of resident architecture critic Carter B. Horsley. Here, Carter brings us his seventh installment of “Skyline Wars,” a series that examines the explosive and unprecedented supertall phenomenon that is transforming the city’s silhouette. In this post Carter looks at the new New Jersey skyline.

The hulking, 781-foot-high Goldman Sachs tower at 30 Hudson Street in Jersey City is like the Rock of Gilbraltar to Lower Manhattan’s famed skyline: massive and impressive. To some, perhaps, it conjures a Monty Python catapult or a very steep cliff on which to mount the Guns of Navarone for an assault on Lower Manhattan. It dominates the Jersey City skyline, which is a bit Spartan, especially in comparison with Brooklyn’s. Most of the skyscrapers in Brooklyn, however, are not directly on the waterfront and the Goldman tower is very much “in your face” on the water. Furthermore, all of a relative sudden, Jersey City is about to explode with three taller towers, which I can only describe as delirious, dancing, shimmy-shimmy-shake buildings with drop-dead vistas of Manhattan and the Hudson.

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