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Articles about "Apartment Rentals"

  • The Spitzer We Knew is Now Developing in Williamsburg By Nalyse Seymore | June 18, 2015

    Former governor Eliot Spitzer has changed gears and is now following in the footsteps of his father, real estate mogul Bernard Spitzer.

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  • I Won’t Grow Up: Short-Term Leases for Millennials By Ilana Yoneshige | March 18, 2015

    Buildings in New York City are beginning to allow month-to-month rentals.

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  • Do Millennials Have a Place in the NYC Real Estate Market? By Nalyse Seymore | February 10, 2015

    The more appropriate question, considering the current NYC real estate industry, might be: where do millennials live after college? A millennial boomtown.

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  • Airbnb's Lesson on Supply and Demand By Jonathan Tuason | February 18, 2014

    Earlier this month, the Super Bowl prompted users on Airbnb, a short-term room rental platform, to promote their available spaces with the event in mind, offering more affordable alternatives to hotels.

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  • Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue: Moving On Up By Kamini Ramdeen | February 14, 2014

    The “Park Avenue” of Brooklyn, is the name fitted for Fourth Avenue. After a 2003 rezoning and withstanding this latest recession, residential development and construction has begun and the transformation we’ve been waiting for is finally happening, according to the New York Times.

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  • The Fight to Legalize Conversion Apartments By Bryan Gamble | November 12, 2013

    While New York City is known for its abundance of luxury apartments and penthouses that cater to its elites and have an appropriate price tag, the affordable housing market often goes unmentioned in discussions of the real estate market. Although there are plenty of ludicrously tiny and creatively furnished apartments around the city, these tiny living spaces still lack affordability.

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  • New York Cracking Down on Short-Term Rentals By Bryan Gamble | October 23, 2013

    Among the recent trends involving real estate and technology start-ups is the website Airbnb (Air Bed and Breakfest), which is essentially a short-term rental service that connects visiting clients with local residents renting space.

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  • Looking For A Place To Stay During the Super Bowl? Airbnb Has Got You Covered. By Olivia Smedley | September 23, 2013

    Think February 2014 is still a long ways away? Not for football fans trying to find accommodations in New York and New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII. On February 2nd, streets will close, massive celebrations will take place, and hotel rooms will be booked beyond capacity.

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  • Washington Heights Fights to Protect Rent at Foreclosed Buildings By Brittany Tenpenny | October 25, 2012

    The affordable housing market in Manhattan took another hit on Tuesday when it was announced that a cluster of 10 Washington Heights and Inwood buildings are up for foreclosure. Poor living conditions and a rising price tag are threatening the affordability for tenants.

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  • Supportive Housing Finds A Home In Manhattan Neighborhoods By Brittany Tenpenny | October 09, 2012

    The neighborhoods of Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue are among the wealthiest in Manhattan. The opulent lifestyle enjoyed by these residents has been chronicled in many popular television shows and movies. With the city’s most expensive restaurants and real estate, these two Avenues are New York’s answer to Hollywood. The Prince George, a building in the Garment District known for its famous ballroom featured on The Real Housewives of New York, sits snugly on 27th Street, exuding class. Behind these doors however, some of the poorest New Yorkers have found a place to call home.

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