New York City Luxury Rental Blog

Over 1,000 New Rentals Headed to West Chelsea


606 West 30th Street currently via Google Maps

Two new residential buildings are coming to West Chelsea, located just pass the new Hudson Yards development that will bring over 1,000 new apartments to West Chelsea.

Brooklyn Building Designed with Millennials in Mind


Rendering of 33 Bond Street via Curbed

A massive rental building is coming to Brooklyn at 33 Bond Street. The building will be developed by TF Cornerstone’s, making this their first residential development.

Chelsea’s Newest Addition: The Arthur


Exterior of The Arthur

Construction for one of Chelsea’s newest developments, The Arthur, has recently been completed and sales for the new home have launched.

Mixed-use Development coming to Booming Downtown Brooklyn


Rendering of building courtesy of Alloy Development

A massive mixed-use project has just been filed for Downtown Brooklyn by Alloy Development. It will bring not only a slew of apartments, but also two schools, a cultural institution, and office space.

East Harlem’s New Project Takes a Step Toward Approval


321 East Harlem currently via Google Maps

A mixed-use tower is coming to East Harlem by real estate investment firm AvalonBay Communities. The tower is planned to rise 68 stories and hold three schools, retail space, and rental apartments.

Live Affordably Above Sunset Park’s Public Library


Courtesy of Magnusson Architecture and Planning PC

Affordable apartment options have come to Sunset Park at 5108 Fourth Ave. The current one-story public library will grow 7 more floors and hold 49 affordable units for low-income tenants, including those who qualify for federal housing assistance.  

Tribeca Office Tower Turns Residential


250 Church Street Currently/By Christopher Bride Property Shark

A 15-story office building in Tribeca will be transformed into a residential building now that the owner has decided that this is a better route than renovating the offices. 

Modern Additions to the Upper West Side


Facade of One Riverside Park

The Upper West Side is typically known for its classic brownstone townhouses that line the streets and are only a short walk away from Central Park. While most of those still stand, over the years the neighborhood has gotten a large amount of modern apartment buildings that give the area a beautiful mix of old and new. Here are three of the hottest and newest additions to the UWS.

Little Italy’s Museum Gets a Residential Transformation


Rendering of the facade by Oved Group

One New York City cultural establishment is planning for a transformation and an addition. Developers Oved Group and Nexus Building Development Group are giving Little Italy’s Italian American Museum a residential addition.

From Bookstore to Boutique Rental


161 and 163 Court Street via Google Maps

Just two months ago a beloved Brooklyn bookstore officially closed after being in business for over 30 years. The owners of the quaint store sold the two buildings to developer Eastern Capital for $13.6 million. Recently, some news has been unveiled on what the plans are for this space.