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Hamilton Cove, waterfront living in Weehawken, offers up to four months free rent At this time of year, many New Yorkers are spending weekends at the beach either in summer homes, hotels, or Airbnbs. But across the river, residents of Hamilton Cove enjoy the atmosphere of a vacation home all year round. The three-tower development is located on the Weehawken waterfront, and it... Thursday, July 29, 2021
In Sheepshead Bay, AQUA offers modern apartments and one month free rent While much of Brooklyn's luxury waterfront development has taken place along New York Harbor, the streets along Sheepshead Bay, the Atlantic Ocean inlet that gave the neighborhood its name, have been experiencing a building boom in recent years. Condos like 1 Brooklyn Bay, Avalon Brooklyn Bay, an... Wednesday, July 28, 2021
The Octagon: Historic Roosevelt Island complex leasing studio to 3-beds with one month free Roosevelt Island's 888 Main Street dates back to 1834, when it was constructed as the New York City Lunatic Asylum. Charles Dickens and Nellie Bly alike decried the horrific conditions, and the asylum closed in 1893. Now a memorial to Ms. Bly is in the works for Roosevelt Island, and the asylum h... Monday, July 26, 2021
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