North Brooklyn may be popular with millennials but fewer and fewer twenty-somethings are looking to rent there. Turns out — and no surprise here — the rent is too damn high! Instead, Astoria tops the list as the neighborhood where millennials are most likely to rent an apartment. Abbi seems to like it there. The […]
Brooklyn bar Nita Nita closed this weekend due to an unfortunate tripling of their rent by their landlord. Some cheeky caution taped has since appeared on the outside of the bar reading
I know it seems like we’re hurtling towards a dystopian New York City where we’re all priced out to the South Bronx or Staten Island, but it turns out that average rents in Bushwick have actually DROPPED over the past year. Crazy right? Rents in the neighborhood went from an average of $2,485 per month […]
As a follow-up to their report on rent prices along the L line, Brick Underground has a handy guide to rent prices along the JMZ. Not surprisingly, rents closer to Manhattan are overall more pricey. Also, rents have risen a staggering 43.9 percent at the increasingly trendy Myrtly-Wyckoff stop: As with the L train data, […]
No surprise here, but it’s a lot more expensive to rent an apartment on the Bedford L train stop than it is at Broadway Junction. That said, the difference is pretty striking. Brick Underground mapped out an overview of median rent prices along this still-rapidly gentrifying subway line:
Williamsburg bar and music venue Trash Bar is set to close in March after over 10 years in the neighborhood.
With rent being due at the end of the week, new figures from the U.S. Census Bureau may help you feel better about handing over your hard earned loot. Contrary to what many New Yorkers might think, our rent is not the most expensive in the country. Alright, it is the sixth most, but that’s […]