If you are moving and looking for an apartment - this immaculately maintained building in the East Village is a must see. Come by our Open House this Saturday March 31st for the unofficial start of Spring market and check out 3 available units we have. These are... > Read More
There have been many people who have dreamed about living in New York City, unquestionably one of the most exciting cities in the world. With over eight million inhabitants, New York City is teeming with energy and life. Whether you want to see an original Mark Rothko at the Museum of Modern Art, ice skate at Rockefeller Plaza or... > Read More
A sharp decline in condo sales brought the overall average and median Manhattan apartment sales price lower over the past year. The number of condo closings fell 24% from the fourth quarter of 2010, which meant condos accounted for only 40% of all apartment sales. A year... > Read More
Unemployment Up Slightly in New York City • New York City’s unemployment rate rose to 8.8% in October, from 8.7% the prior month. • After falling over 1% last year, the unemployment rate has barely moved in 2011. • The national rate fell to 9.0%, although it remained above the NYC rate for the eighth consecutive month.
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Manhattan Vacancies Scarce By JOSEPH DE AVILA The apartment vacancy rate in New York City continues to be the lowest in the nation, according to a new report. That's great news for landlords, but bad news for renters' pocketbooks. Only 2.8% of the city's apartments were vacant during the second... > Read More