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During the height of the pandemic, supply chain disruptions caused significant delays, leaving consumers waiting months for household items that were previously available within days. Although supply chain issues have largely been resolved, the demand for turnkey and fully furnished properties co...
Recent market conditions would indicate that there is no time like the present to buy in New York. Rental vacancies are at record lows (one report shows a vacancy rate of only 1.4%), and such scarcity can’t help but drive rents up. Meanwhile, although the stock market recently rallied to reach re...
The Village is an area of Lower Manhattan encompassing some of New York City's most historic and highly coveted neighborhoods, including Greenwich Village, the West Village, NoHo, and the recently incorporated East Village. Known for its beautiful architecture, the area is particularly celebrated...

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From July 10-16, 2024, approximately 280 condos, co-ops, condops, and townhouses throughout New York experienced price reductions. Among them were four units at One Essex Crossing, one of two condominium buildings in the Essex Crossing mega-development that brought new attention to this section o...
Manhattan Sales: For the week ending July 12, 2024, $809,462,060 worth of transactions across 350 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 155 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $532,978,434 Nine condop sales came to an aggregate price of $9,621,922 186 co-op sales came to ...
Getting a gift from a parent to help come up with a down payment for a first home is a longstanding practice. In New York's current housing market, however, adult children often need more than down-payment assistance to buy a home. This is leading a growing number of parents to buy on behalf of t...
In many elevator buildings, residents typically board the elevator, select their floor, and walk a short distance to their front door. However, some buildings offer a more exclusive feature: elevators that open directly into the apartment. This amenity is often referred to as a key-locked elevato...
Less than halfway through summer, 2024 is already New York's hottest year on record. New York’s first heat wave fell before summer officially began, and heat indexes above 100 degrees are expected to last until Thursday, July 18 at the soonest. As miserable as that sounds, power outages and brown...
The first week of July 2024 got off to a somewhat quiet start owing to the July 4 holiday. But thanks in part to the full business week, and in part to a number of high-priced contracts at high-profile townhouses and apartments throughout the city, the market was looking more robust from July 7-1...
The listing inventory across Manhattan neighborhoods has risen to 6,660 active listings, , a moderate increase from the start of the second quarter of 2024 when 5,960 apartments were listed for sale. Throughout 2023, historically low inventory led to a one-third decrease in sales compared to 2022...
July 14 marks the celebration of Bastille Day, or the national day of France. The day is the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, a significant moment during the French Revolution and now celebrated as a national holiday. National events traditionally feature a military par...
In many New York City buildings, it has become the norm to install a gas grill in the courtyard or roof deck to bring a taste (no pun intended) of suburbia to the big city at the height of barbecue season. However, some developers have taken it one step further with outdoor kitchens outfitted wit...

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