Tag: Rental

  • One Bedroom Heat Map

    One Bedroom Heat Map

    Zumper.com has a new heat map out that identifies the most/least expensive parts of Manhattan to rent a one-bedroom. The most expensive neighborhoods are Chelsea – $5,120 Tribecca – $5,000 Nolita, East Village, and Lower East Side – $4,890 Inwood – $1,735 Washington Heights – $2000 East Harlem – $2,355 To see the detailed heat…

  • The Smile, Exposed

    It’s an interesting look for a new building, exposed concrete. The Smile – the new apartment building on East 126th between 3rd and Lexington – has a model apartment with exposed concrete in the bedroom, hallway, and livingroom. The glossy floors (white) are Quartzline monolithic resin floors. If you’re curious on how you make pour/create…

  • Ruth

    The Smile New images and marketing material from The Smile. Luxury at Lex/126. The design of the building slopes inward as it rises upward, providing great views of the Harlem River and Manhattan skyline. The cantilevering footprint over 125th Street allows for a mix of apartment sizes layouts, while the facade‚Äôs interlocking checkerboard pattern gives every unit…

  • Up Third

    If you’ve looked up 3rd Avenue in the last year, you’ve likely seen the construction of 3 large towers just over the Harlem River in the Bronx. Two of the 3 towers (the two rendered above) are rentals called ‘The Arches’ and are now starting leasing. For those of you curious as to what a…