The age old argument for NYC based renters is when should they buy an apartment? When the time is right to buy, you need to jump right in. Buying your first place is thrilling, but it can also be overwhelming and stressful. We at CribRater want to help you get started with a short list … Continue reading Why Buy An Apartment Instead of Renting?
In 2012, the Barclays Center opened as the first and central part of a giant renovation project which promised thousands of new apartments, but years of lawsuits and financial troubles pushed the scheduled 2016 openings to as late as 2035. Luckily, apartments on 535 Carlton Avenue (now known as Pacific Park Brooklyn) were fast-tracked last year, … Continue reading Now Available: 297 Apartments at 535 Carlton Avenue
The cost of living is on the rise in already high-priced areas like San Francisco and New York City. Being a first-time renter, on a single salary, has never been more difficult. But New York’s recent pulls on zoning code restrictions are paving the way for the city’s latest trend. A trend in affordable living spaces … Continue reading The Latest Trend in New York: The Micro Apartment
Introducing the Aalto57, bringing new luxury rentals to exclusive Sutton Place. Earlier this week, leasing began on the 169 apartments at Aalto57, a luxury 65-story tower located on 57th Street (thus the name) and Second Avenue in Sutton Place. Developed by World Wide Group and Rose Associates, Aalto57 offers condos in the upper sections of the … Continue reading 169 New Apartments at Aalto57
Over recent months, there has been much chatter about the cooling off of the luxury condo market. Experts are wary of the looming drop in NYC apartment supply. As noted by the NY Times, “On a seven-block stretch of 57th Street and nearby, there are at least 300 apartments in seven buildings priced at a billionaire-friendly … Continue reading NYC Apartment Supply: How does this affect me?