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The Halo Offers Sleek Long Island City Apartments With Lavish Amenities

In 2014, renderings for a new Long Island City residential development were first revealed. Four years later, the development sits at 44-41 Purves Street completed and with gorgeous homes currently on the market.

In LIC, a Building Markets Itself to Millennials

Rendering of the entrance at Watermark, a new development in Long Island City.

Rendering courtesy of Twining Properties

In 2015, one of the demographic questions about the New York City real estate market was, “Why aren’t millennials buying?”. Buying one’s own home as a young adult was once considered to be the cherry on the cake that is being an independent, young professional.

Rental Market Report: Outer Boroughs Hold Their Own

So we know that NYC has the sixth highest rental market in the nation (technically, the Northern New Jersey-New York area ranked sixth); Samuel Miller’s December 2014 rental report provided more insight into what exactly it looks like, and long story short: median rent levels went up as mean levels went down.

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.

 

Thinking Big: TF Cornerstone Bringing 3,000 New Apartments to NYC

33 Bond Street Brooklyn

TF Cornerstone is doing its part to alleviate the tight supply of apartments for rent across the city. In the upcoming years, the development company will add nearly 3,000 apartments spread across just three projects. Recently, YIMBY sat down with TF Cornerstone’s Jon McMillan and Sofia Estevez, discussing these upcoming projects.