Sometimes Being Good at Your Job Brings Unwanted Attention

I am glad I am not rich. People can be strange. It seems the moment someone becomes successful, someone else feels the need to criticize. This has become the situation for rock starchitect Bjarke Ingels. About ten years ago, Bjarke Ingels made a spontaneous decision to move to New York City from his native country of…

Apartments in the Bronx Inspire Willets Point

A planned urban community is designed to be self-sufficient and provides housing, commercial and recreational facilities for its residents. This concept has been around since 1942 when Parkchester opened and offered the Bronx luxury apartments. And after all this time, Bronx NY apartments are still thriving – thanks to the success of Parkchester. Now it’s…

Summertime in Manhattan Apartments with Balcony BBQ

Independence Day 2017 is now just a memory, so here’s to hoping that you captured all of those special moments with family and friends to share on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any other outlet you have. We are 60 days away from the next good reason to fire up the grill and celebrate the end…

Affordable Housing in Jersey City?

Jersey City has its first property that includes a percentage of units set aside as affordable housing. But the prices went up from what the developer had originally announced. An article published at nj.com back in March of 2016 reported that a new 12 tower residential project was planned for downtown Jersey City, and a…

Shopping Near Court Square Close to No Fee Luxury Rentals

New York City is famous for a lot of things like nightlife, tourist attractions, Broadway shows, and endless shopping. These things all exist within the boundaries of Manhattan, but what if you want to live outside of Manhattan? Could you still live in a neighborhood that offers everything you get in the heart of the…

Mixed-Use Apartments to Rent in Brooklyn Heights are Coming in 2018

Ever wonder how new buildings get their names? There are new, mixed-use apartments in Brooklyn Heights being built at The Pierrepont. The Pierrepont will feature two towers, each 19 stories high. The two towers will be connected by a common, two-story retail space, situated at 189 Montague Street and 146 Pierrepont Street. So, The Pierrepont…

Billionaire with Ties to Bronx Apartments Buys Church in Harlem

A Bronx rental apartment can be hard to come by, and many residential developers understand just how badly needed apartments really are in the Bronx. Developers are scooping up property in the Bronx and surrounding communities in order to create new apartment buildings, and rent out the units for a pretty penny. Take, for example,…

Amityville Apartments for Rent Could Fill up Quickly

A trend in the commercial real estate market seems to have taken a 180-degree turn in recent months. In years past, vacant warehouse space has been converted to office space to accommodate new tenants. Recently, we have learned that the office spaces are now being converted to industrial and warehouse spaces. In an article by…

Luxury Apartment Rentals in Midtown NYC Inspire Australian Development

New York style amenities make their way to Australia… Aww…the wonder of Australia. For surfers around the world, Queensland’s Gold Coast is one of the best surfing spots on the planet. Even with the threat of shark attacks, day in and day out, surfers paddle out to the line-up to wait for their next great…

Apartments for Rent with Roof Terrace in NYC ask Top Dollar Prices

Let’s face it…living in New York City has its pros and cons. Most of the city’s residents live in apartments. I personally don’t know of one person that lives in a free standing, single-family house…not home – house. There may be houses in the Big Apple, but it thrives on apartments, condos, townhouses and penthouses….

Final Prayers at Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church

At 58 West 135th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem stands a church that’s been serving the community for 102 years. These days the church has been struggling to keep up with the cost of maintenance on the 102-year-old building. So, another one of New York’s religious institutions gears up to become— what else?—…