Category: Rentals


[835 Riverside Drive #4B] Beautiful 1-bed rental in Washington Heights Condo * $2100/mo

This recently gut-renovated, bright one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo unit has immense character with its hardwood floors, high ceilings, separate kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and large pass thru window, recessed lighting, and tiled bathroom. Bedroom can easily fit a king-sized bed. 835 Riverside Drive is an elevator building with a live-in super and


Search vs Reality — Renters are looking for apartments that are 10% less than market value

The cold, hard facts of the current rental market were highlighted in the last post (“July Rental Prices Continue to Sizzle”), but that doesn’t mean people want to accept it! I ran a search of all the rental inquiries made in the last week on the Citi Habitats web site, which, as the #1 rental


July Rental Prices Continue to Sizzle

Citi Habitats released our monthly rental market analysis today, which is chock full of good info as always. You’ll find it below, but before you go digging into it, let me highlight a few nuggets: The average Manhattan apartment rented for $3358 during July 2011.  This is slightly less than June’s average of $3372.   Note:


New Rentals in Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights & Inwood

We received a slew of new rental apartments in Northern Manhattan today. If you’re looking for a new place or know anyone who is looking, please feel free to contact us at 646-770-3379. The chart below details everything, but here are a few main points: The 1-bedrooms run from $1100 in Inwood to about $1500


By the Numbers: Today’s Manhattan Rentals

More than 200 new rental listings hit the Manhattan market today. That’s a high number for one day, but it reflects the typical increase in inventory at the end/beginning of the month. What does it mean for renters? Now is the time to get out and see apartments for Sept 1st move-ins–before the early birds


Battle Royale: The Least & Most Expensive New 2-Bedroom Rentals in Greenwich Village

The tale of the tape of two similarly sized apartments  — one is the most expensive new rental and one is the least expensive — in the same neighborhood. Location West 3rd St (Thompson & Sullivan Streets) Washington Square No 5th Ave & Wash Sq W Rooms 4 5 Bathrooms 1 2 Type Walk up Walk


Posh vs. Pish: The Most Expensive and Cheapest Rentals to Hit the Market — July 22, 2011

Most expensive: $22,000/mo 2-bed/2.5 bath Central Park West and 61st Street — Upper West Side At 1,900+ square feet, this “spacious two bed, two and a half bath with dining area” hit the market like a fat-kid doing a cannonball at the pool (with a big splash). It’s located in one of the premier buildings


NYTimes Touts Uptown’s Audubon Park Historic District Real Estate

Check out this article on Audubon Park, which mentions our Riverside Drive Condos and quotes lil ol me Living In | Audubon Park Naturalist Perched Here By JOHN FREEMAN GILL ONE can imagine how John James Audubon, the renowned naturalist and illustrator of “Birds of America,” might have reacted to the idea: his own name,


And Now for Some New Rentals

Bet you thought we only do sales? Uh uh… The Edry Group can handle all your apartment rental needs as well. Here are three of our newest rental exclusives–two lovely 1-beds at The Riverside Drive Condos and one dream apartment at The Atelier in midtown: 2-bed/2-bath at 635 West 42nd Street (Unit 38F) Furnished: $6500/mo;