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Sign a Lease at 70 Pine Street, Receive Two Months Free Rent

A photograph of 70 Pine the year it was built.

Art deco landmark 70 Pine is offering 2 months free rent to all new leases, for a limited time only.

New York Stock Exchange Building Exchanged for a Luxury Rental

Building on the right, the current New York Stock Exchange, on the left, the former. 

The historic 1950s-era building and former home of the New York Stock Exchange, will be getting renovated from offices to luxury rentals.  

Where Are the New 6th Boroughs?

New Residential Construction, Rental Development in Miami

Once upon a time, Philadelphia was the ‘6th Borough’, but in the decade since The New York Times ran a piece about Brooklynites moving to Philly for a more affordable & authentic urban experience, a new crop of cities have taken the moniker.

Update: Fulton Living and the Seaport Redevelopment Plan

A neighborhood with rich history, still rebuilding from Sandy, Fulton has attracted a young crowd of New Yorkers. Apartments in this area are up to $1000 a month cheaper than in Tribeca or the West Village of the same comparative size. Fulton area buildings feature desired amenities including gyms and roof decks and offer apartments that are newly renovated.

Best NYC Neighborhoods for the Views

View from Long Island City

In New York City, it's not only about what's inside of your apartment, but what's outside of it too. If you're looking for an apartment with a view, we've got you covered. In no particular order, here are the best NYC neighborhoods for the views.

 

New Manhattan Apartment Buildings for 2014

Gotham West Apartments

In 2013, several new high-demand buildings hit the market and leased to capacity at an extreme rate. If you missed out, or just weren’t looking to move in 2013, don’t worry; we know what rental buildings will be opening in 2014. From Downtown, to Midtown, to Uptown, here are some high-demand apartments that will be brand new for 2014.

NYC Apartment for Rent Accepting Bitcoin

99 John Street

If you’re looking to move your Bitcoins into a more stable market, perhaps you’d be interested in renting a one bedroom at 99 John Deco Lofts, which just so happens to accept the digital currency as rent.

22 Thames Street Rental Building Could Break Downtown Record

22 Thames Street NYC

Designer of super-tall, super-skinny 432 Park Avenue, Rafael Vinoly, has taken his architectural talents Downtown. In his newest design, Vinoly adhered to the old adage, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” revealing yet another tall and thin tower for 22 Thames Street, which could potentially be the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan.

70 Pine Street Luxury Rentals Revealed

70 Pine Street Luxury Rentals

Though office-to-residential conversions have certainly been popular in recent years, it’s not every day that a landmarked skyscraper is turned into luxury apartments. Rumors of the vacant 70 Pine Street floated for years, but the details have finally been released.

A New Tower in the Financial District: Say Hello to The Lara

A New Tower in NYC's Financial District

Here’s another sign that the Financial District is moving away from being a strictly business territory and becoming an in-demand residential community: a new 30-story mixed-use building is going to rise up soon at the corner of Nassau and Ann streets in the Lower Manhattan neighborhood. The new building, which is being developed by Ann/Nassau Realty and designed by SLCE Architects, will be ready for occupancy by the first quarter of 2014.