Brooklyn | WILLIAMSBURG $760,000
34 N. 7th St.
One-bedroom, one-bath condo, 717 square feet, with Miele and Bosch kitchen appliances, subway-tiled bath and central AC; Edge building features doorman, pool, basketball court and screening room. Common charges $586, taxes $5. Asking price $749,000, on market five weeks. Broker: Ian MacDermut, MNS
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Brooklyn | WILLIAMSBURG $760,000
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Inventory in the real estate market is in extremely high demand this spring thanks in part to fewer available spots, rental prices increasing earlier than expected and a higher employment rate that is arming people with more money to spend, according to experts.
The subway commute to Manhattan is longer, and organic markets and stylish boutiques are fewer. But those are the trade-offs as the search for more affordable real estate in Brooklyn pushes deeper into neighborhoods that for some New Yorkers still evoke images of burned-out buildings, riots and poverty.
Many Brooklynites, priced out of Williamsburg, Boerum Hill, [...]
BROOKLYN — After skyrocketing through much of 2012, rents in Brooklyn’s ever-growing roster of coveted neighborhoods seem to have slowed their meteoric rise — though finding a pad is still a pricey endeavor.
Boroughwide, rental prices rose more slowly and in some neighborhoods even dropped slightly in January of 2013 after strong gains in 2012. The average [...]
If you are looking for an apartment to rent and you’re finding the rents in most Manhattan neighborhoods to be too expensive, the latest rental market report from MNS suggests that you start looking in the Murray Hill and Harlem neighborhoods for your new home. According to the report, while most of the city continues [...]
Low inventory is increasingly a problem on both the sales and rental sides of the market, and that trend continued for rentals in Manhattan and Brooklyn in January, according to the latest reports from brokerage MNS. In Manhattan, average rents fell only $17, a much smaller decrease than is usual at this time of year. [...]
Acacia is raising the bar for green living in Brooklyn. Bedford-Stuyvesant will have its first rental building striving for leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification and housing the neighborhood’s first on-site cogeneration plant.
With 105 luxury rental residences, the nine-story development will offer cutting edge, high-efficiency technology that will significantly reduce Acacia’s carbon [...]
Anyone who’s picked up a newspaper or logged onto the Internet in the last month knows that lawmakers cut a last-minute deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, narrowly avoiding widespread tax increases and deep spending cuts. But now New York real estate investors and home buyers — along with their accountants — are watching [...]
So much for a winter slowdown. Even as the mercury dipped in January, demand for apartments was high. Driving the fast-moving market, experts said, were plunging inventory and low-interest financing.
Last month followed a similarly busy December. As TRD has reported, in the fourth quarter of 2012, sales in Manhattan spiked a dramatic 29.2 percent year-over-year [...]
Concept: Fresh from a 2011 rebranding, MNS has changed its logo and colors once again. “The new MNS look is a little cleaner; we made the logo softer and used more whites,” explained MNS CEO Andrew Barrocas. The firm has in-house marketing and web development divisions, he said, so it’s easy to change branding elements. [...]