· Will start working in FiDi, need living and gym options (Originally Posted: 02/20/2014) Hello, Finalizing my offer next Monday. Going to start looking at condos. I only spent a year in NYC previously, and at that point in my career I didn’t have any time to really explore NYC. Now I am taking a VP spot at a fund and have more flexibility.
You can rent a nice two bedroom in Harlem for 2200-2500 a month a few blocks from Central Park, which is fairly reasonable if you have a roommate. Washington Heights is even cheaper! Many of these apartments are no fee, too, and rent stabilized. You’ll have more space and be able to entertain at home and save money by cooking.
The service isn’t widely available, though, as it’s available for people who live in residences that can’t get satellite TV.
units have laundry inside in the luxury buildings but rent is $3100 for a studio. super safe area and cops seem more friendly there. live close to work not night life, but ‘the dead rabbit’ supposedly one of the best bars is in fidi too. i thought the place sucked.
It does seem like 125 Greenwich is well on its way, while the other developments will take a bit longer to come to market. This means that plans for these projects may still change. If you’re interested in learning about new developments and condo conversions already available for previewing, make sure you take a look at five new condo developments that will transform Downtown .
These new buildings have. into condos. This has happened in the past and rent control buildings disappeared. So, it is.
Occupancy Standards in Condos – How Many is Too Many? Denise Lash February 1, 2015.. measures that a condominium corporation can utilize to avoid the negative ramifications that may ensue where there are too many residents in a unit. Denise Lash.
Rents have. condo from the ’80s – two bedrooms, washer-dryer, backyard, driveway – all for $1,700 a month.” -Bráulio Amado.
They bought a condo in the sunrise lakes condominium. daughter in New Jersey and her daughter-in-law in California have done the same. A neighbor who lives on the first floor, has tried, too – even.