Omaha Nebraska developers convert old power plant into 217 apartments many with beautiful river and casino views.
The Heid Building at 323 N. 13th Street used to be the home of Frank P. Heid & Company, vacant for many years, will be bringing 96 market-rate one- and two-bedroom apartments to the site.
Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens rents reached record highs in July “rising to $2,980, $2,453, and $1,996, respectively.”
Real New Yorkers know how to multitask.
Another month, another report confirming that New York City is an insatiable money pit that will continue to suck you down until you actually find yourself wondering if life in Philadelphia or Denver or, I don’t know, Buffalo might be a “better fit.”
The latest warning comes courtesy of StreetEasy, which found that median rents across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens reached an all-time high in July—rising to $2,980, $2,453, and $1,996, respectively.
The greatest increase happened in Queens, the report found, where median asking rent shot up to $1,996, a 1.3 percent increase from last July. While Manhattan’s median asking rents rose only .2 percent in that time span, rents in Upper Manhattan—the borough’s least expensive submarket—rose by 2.2 percent. Likewise, median rents in South and East Brooklyn shot up 1.8 and 1.5 percent since last July.
“A mix of rising rents and fewer discounts or concessions from landlords shows signs of stabilization after a weaker rental market last year,” said StreetEasy Senior Economist Grant Long, which sounds like it might be good news, but is actually just good news for landlords.
The report also noted that rental discounts and other concessions are down across the board this year.
Cowgill Properties has begun renovating a run down hotel , at 2750 Gribbin Drive Lexington Kentucky, into millennial apartments
Nearly 250 new apartments are proposed for a 22-acre tract on Laurel Crossing Parkway, near the Mall of Georgia.
Recently-opened 31-story Aurélien apartment tower at the corner of Clark and Chestnut is a 368-unit upper end rental development.
“The 19J apartments at 19th and J streets will include a couple dozen “micro-units” with rents under $1,000…” designed for young people with modest paychecks
Up to 2000 apartments, plus office and retail space are proposed for a failed baseball stadium site in challenged Newark NJ.
Rapid growth in the Phoenix area will require even more apartments than the 10,000 already opening soon, according to a new study.
Instead of a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedrooms developer Paul Fishbein, of 4K Diversey Partners is planning mostly studios, convertibles and one-bedrooms averaging 750 square feet of space, down from an average of 1,100 square feet.