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Upscale Uptown Additions


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While Downtown Manhattan's skyline continues to grow, Uptown has also made a slew of renovations to its historic buildings as well as modern additions. The area is perfect for those who want to escape the busy and crowded streets of the city, and convenient for families with kids who want to run around the various nearby parks. Here are three of the newest and hottest additions in uptown.

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.

Upper East Side Staple Gets Modern Upgrades


Rendering of terrace view courtesy Travis Mark and Binyan Studio

At 420 East 54th Street, you will find Harry Macklowe’s River Tower which has remained relatively untouched since first being built in 1982. For the interior of the building, all that is about to change! Slate Property Group is partnering with GreenOak Real Estate to give the rental building a contemporary new look.

3 of Our Favorite Hotel-Apartment Buildings

Manhattan’s history of luxury hotels runs pretty deep, and they’ve been a mainstay for the past century, especially around Central Park.  Recently, New York City’s luxury hotels have found themselves on an uptick, with noticeably higher vacancy rates.

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.

 

Manhattan's Most Expensive Rentals

It is not uncommon for New Yorkers to find themselves living in a cramped three-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, still paying more than their allotted budget. New York is a city of dreams where the prices will continuously burn through your wallet. Yet to some New Yorkers, money is slightly more dispensable. As it turns out, there is a high demand very luxury rentals, appealing to suitors with money to spend. Below are five Manhattan properties that are charging its residents over $100,000 a month.

205 East 92nd Street: New Related Apartments for UES

205 East 92nd Street

Related Companies, the development firm responsible for luxury rental buildings like The Sierra, MiMA, and The Westport, just to name a few, is bringing even more apartments to Manhattan—this time in the Upper East Side. Located at 205 East 92nd Street, this new rental building will rise 36-stories and bring 230 apartments to the uptown neighborhood.

Ten Museums, One Destination - The Museum Mile

Museum Mile

The 35th Annual Museum Mile Festival - NYC’s big, bold, block party of the year is here again. A mile long stretch of museums along Fifth Avenue will open their doors to thousands of visitors, leaving this block of Gotham City chock-a-block with tons of entertainment and a celebration of visual arts.

NYC Rentals Roundup

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Living in New York City comes with a price tag. The higher the price, the better the neighborhood, the more premium the amenities on offer, and maybe a building with a great history, and well known past residents too. New Yorkers have a plethora of options like the uber expensive, recent combo-condo on the market at 15 Central Park West, at a whopping $125,000/month, which was not too long ago on the market for sale by owner Leroy Schecter for a slashed price of $85 million.