Skip to Content
CityRealty Logo

Market Insight

Many of us took a break around the Thanksgiving holiday, and the Landmarks Preservation Commission ("Landmarks") was no exception. There were no hearings last week, but these will resume on Tuesday, December 6. A number of notable residential addresses were included on the docket, and we take a l...
After turning away from the window to look at the view, the first thing anyone does upon visiting a New York City apartment is turn their attention to the interiors, where ceiling height plays a significant role. Bob Vila considers the standard ceiling height to be nine feet, but some apartment d...
New Yorkers have long accepted stratospheric rents as a fact of life, but the months immediately following the pandemic took that to a new level with dramatic rent spikes, overcrowded open houses, and bidding wars on even the most run-of-the-mill apartments. There are fewer stories like that maki...

Regions

Bedrooms

Price / FT2

Currencies

 
With more than nine billion dollars in apartment transactions projected, the second quarter of 2022 is expected to be Manhattan's* strongest second quarter on record despite global economic and political uncertainty and rising interest rates. As a result of a surging ultraluxury market, the avera...
As November and indeed 2022 begin to wind down, closings have commenced at 547 West 47th Street, the 219-unit condo development that utterly transformed its corner of Eleventh Avenue. A representative for the building notes that a significant amount of interest has come from people who had previo...
When 450 Washington Street was originally constructed as a rental in 2009, residents could easily enjoy access to Tribeca's hot spots and public transportation at Canal Street. Since then, Google and Disney have established headquarters in a stretch of West Soho now known as Hudson Square and the...
Most people living in rent-stabilized apartments are already aware of their apartment’s special status. At the same time, it isn’t unheard of for New York City residents to find themselves living in a rent-stabilized unit and not realize it. This article outlines how to research your rental unit’...
Now that Thanksgiving is over, many of us could certainly use a breather before the demands of the holiday season. This year, the first night of Hanukkah falls on December 18, exactly one week before Christmas, putting the celebrations back to back.For some, there's nothing like a hot bath to soa...
As New York history goes, the city's wealthiest and most powerful have traditionally gravitated to Old World buildings on the Upper East Side and Upper West Side. However, today's impresarios seem drawn downtown, whether for converted lofts, historic townhouses, or eye-catching new construction. ...
From November 21-27, 2022, a total of 116 contracts were signed in Manhattan. Leading the charge was the landmarked mansion at 15 East 90th Street, which was asking $29,500,000. The nearly 100-year-old house is also known as Emily Trevor Mansion in honor of the socialite/philanthropist it was ori...
Manhattan Sales: For the week ending November 25, 2022, $483,142,975 worth of transactions across 231 condo, condop, and cooperative deals were recorded 108 condo sales came to an aggregate price of $319,439,645 Six condop sales came to an aggregate price of $11,776,250 117 co-op sales came...
As Long Island City popped on many renters' radars, much of its housing stock included high-rises with endless amenities and spectacular views to lure people out of Manhattan and Brooklyn. The newest development is being built on more of a boutique scale, but not at the expense of well-thought in...

More In Market Insight