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Market Insight

Leasing launches at 111 Varick, rare rental amidst Hudson Square building boom The building boom that has taken hold of Hudson Square’s residential renaissance has been very condo-heavy, but a notable exception may be found at 111 Varick Street. The new rental stands out for its 30-story height and undulating precast concrete facade by S9 Architecture, which was inspired by... Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Manhattan Inventory Declines as Rents Slip 5% + See NYC's Top 10 Rental Buildings w/ Pet-friendly Amenities After a summer of record-breaking rental inventory, the number of listings is starting to plateau this fall: CityRealty listings show 20,524 availabilities throughout Manhattan, northern Brooklyn, and western Queens. The overall Manhattan listing count fell 4% to 15,498, and the Manhattan median ... Friday, November 20, 2020
Rent Control vs. Rent Stabilization: See available rent-stabilized apartments now Due to the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, enough New Yorkers have relocated, temporarily, or permanently, to the point it has greatly affected the overall vacancy rate and rent prices. Last month, Manhattan’s median asking rents fell below $3,000/month for the first time in nearly a decade.... Monday, November 16, 2020
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