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Renderings Revealed for New Williamsburg High Rise, The Dime


Renderings via Fogarty Finger

About a year ago plans were revealed for a new rental residential behind the Williamsburg Bank, and now renderings of the building are available to the public.

From Williamsburg White Castle to Glassy Brick Rental


Photo via Curbed

A new 81-story rental building in Williamsburg as finally topped out. The glassy brown brick building is being developed by Adam America and designed by Isaac & Stern.

Tired of Renting? Maybe It’s Time to Consider Buying!

Luxury Condo in Manhattan

If you’ve been thinking about taking the plunge and buying a new luxury condo, now is an excellent time to plant your stake in Manhattan. New York City real estate has been long regarded for its reliability as a safe and stable investment, and a reported market softening indicates uniquely opportune timing to buy a new apartment.

NYC Rental Market Grows Amid Demographic Shifts

 Rental Market Grows LRM NYC

A new study printed in the New York Times finds that despite the decrease in mortgages rates – along with high rents – hasn't actually persuaded renters to start buying. According to a study of real estate investment trusts (REITs), only 14.7 percent of tenants that moved out in the fourth quarter of 2014 did so with the intention of buying a home. That number has been in the 14 percent range since 2012, and just hasn’t moved, according to David Guarino, a research analyst for John Burns Real Estate Consulting in Irvine, California.

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.

Downtown Brooklyn Gets Snazzy New Rental Building

ODA Architecture has issued a rendering for its 28-story building called 436 Albee Square in Downtown Brooklyn. At 310 feet tall, the place will have 150 units spread out across 120,000 square feet of residential space.

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 Apartments in NYC to Rent While They Last

New Rental Apartments NYC

If you’ve ever searched for an apartment in New York City, you’ve probably used, or at least have heard of Craigslist. And if your result was anything like the typical experience, you probably saw some small, dusty apartments in need of repair that were not worth the price tag. Sure, great pre-war apartments exist all across Manhattan and Brooklyn, but they aren’t your only option.

I Want Some More: Twist in Domino Development from De Blasio

SHoP Domino Design
Rendering Courtesy SHoP Architects

When the Domino Sugar Refinery along the Williamsburg waterfront closed its doors for good in 2004, the community grumbled collectively over the plans to redevelop the waterfront with unattractive, soulless buildings. But when Two Trees bought the property in 2012 for $185 million, they completely altered the design, added more park space, added office space for tech companies, and promised to provide 660 affordable apartments. For the most part, the community has been pleased with the plan.

Most Popular NYC Rental News of 2013

New Year NYC Real Estate

Nearly a year ago, we discussed the future of real estate for 2013, and our estimates were pretty much spot on. Now that this year is coming to a close, take a look back at the most popular articles that we published in 2013.