The latest Manhattan real estate news and insights.
Douglas Elliman’s Noble Black is one of Manhattan’s premier brokers with almost $1 Billion of closed residential real estate transactions in the last 10 years. He was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal for his insight in the Manhattan residential real estate market.Read more
While the cost of living in Manhattan is creeping higher and higher every day, if you’ve chosen it as the place to raise your kids, you want to ensure you are buying or renting a home in the best neighborhood possible. As a collection of villages, Manhattan offers many options for you to settle down in, however only a few are top-tier and family friendly. Since it takes a village to raise a child, we’ve selected the top three NYC villages ideal to raise your kids in.Read more
The Orion is a luxury 60-floor postwar building with 551 units. Built in 2004, the building features striking views of Midtown, the Hudson River, Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square. Decorated in a modern, minimalist style, the building attracts an ultra-hip crowd. Clean lines and simplistic materials blend with nearly any buyer’s tastes. Since the building is made up of condos, residents own their apartments and often stay for several years.Read more
Despite there being over 1,500 greenspaces sprinkled throughout New York City’s five boroughs, there are a select few that seem to get all the attention, notably Central Park. Even though New York is known as the concrete jungle, the city’s parks are what make it livable, offering great spaces for residents to gather and enjoy, serving as vibrant extensions of the neighborhoods in which they are found. Check out this list of underrated – yet equally beloved – parks across NYC.Read more
As tourist crowds continue to flock to the city and temperatures and humidity creep to unbearable heights, many Manhattanites are desperate to escape by the time August rolls around. While many people turn to the Hamptons as their summer sanctuary, there are many other options where city-goers can spend a few days away from weekday chaos. See the list below for some of the best weekend getaways from New York City.Read more
Known as The City That Never Sleeps, New York is a magnet for young professionals from all over the world seeking a taste of the opportunity that the city provides. With unique culture around every corner and a buzzing atmosphere, Manhattan’s lifestyle is difficult to beat and difficult to pass up. In such a big city, it can be difficult to find your way as a recent graduate, so we have assembled a list of the best neighborhoods for young professionals who are looking to make New York their new home.Read more