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Man Rents Manhattan Apartment for $10 a Month (Video)

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A median apartment in the West Village usually fetches several thousands of dollar per month in rent, but one clever guy managed to sign a...




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  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks at a news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during German-Chinese government consultations on Oct. 10, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Premier Li has reiterated the support of the Chinese authorities for “one country two systems” policy in Hong Kong. (Adam Berry/Getty Images)

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  • In this file photo, Alicia Glen, MayorBill de Blasio's pick for Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development, speaks to reporters in Brooklyn, New York, Monday Dec. 23, 2013. (Shenghua Sung)

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  • (L–R) General Sales Manager Deirdre O’Connell, Flushing Sales Manager Donna Rubertone, President and CEO Patricia J. Petersen, and COO Tom Calabrese of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty cut the ribbon on their first Queens office in Flushing, Sept. 5, 2014. (Courtesy of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)

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  • Mishelle Farer, an avid user of Airbnb, in her apartment where she rents a room on Airbnb, in New York on Oct. 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

    Breaking Down the Labyrinth of Tax Laws for New York Vacation Home Owners

    Room sharing, room renting, and vacation home rentals have become very popular, garnering significant attention recently.Leading websites such as HomeAway.com and VRBO.com each list over... Read more

  • Renderings of 50 West in downtown Manhattan. (DBox)

    Downtown Tower Draws Families Across Manhattan

    The 64-story curved-glass 50 West tower has officially opened sales to the public, after a quiet phase during which 30 percent of the 191 units... Read more

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    NEW YORK—Investigators say poor oversight allowed a New York City payroll-technology project to spiral into a $700 million tangle of contractor fraud, budget overruns and... Read more

  • A rendering of the finished 7 million square-feet Manhattan West development. (Courtesy of Brookfield Properties)

    Manhattan’s Far West Taking Shape

    Manhattan’s far west side, once a strip of ports and rail yards, has been reclaiming underutilized land for upscale development in recent years. And none... Read more

  • Renderings of the interior of One York Street's 10th floor. (Courtesy of Urban Compass)

    Conceptualizing a Downtown Bachelor Pad

    Residents in the Enrique Norten-designed One York Street building in Tribeca have been turning down resale offers for up to $50 million, according to Urban... Read more

  • Rendering of 520 West 41st Street. (via Draft Environmental Impact Statement submitted to DCP)

    Silverstein’s Supertall West Side Project Proposing 1,400 Units

    Silverstein Development Corp.’s plans to develop a record setting 106-story supertall tower on the Hudson Yards site would hold 1,400 apartments, about 280 of which... Read more

  • New York Mayors Join Fight Against Zombie Properties

    Sixteen mayors state-wise have joined Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in support of a bill against zombie properties, or abandoned lots or homes that end up... Read more

  • (Courtesy of UrBin)

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  • Related Companies Invests in Sustainable Cities

    Related Companies founder and chairman Stephen Ross is donating $30 million to the global research organization World Resources Institute (WRI) to create more sustainable cities... Read more

  • 985 Park Ave. on the Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York, March 20, 2014. A glassy building was built in place of a historic building while the Park Avenue Historic District application was pending. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

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    NEW YORK—“History is for losers,” says history professor Kenneth Jackson, who teaches at Columbia and is best known for his work as an urban historian... Read more

  • A penthouse at 241 Fifth. (Courtesy of CORE)

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    NoMad, or “North of Madison Square Park,” is a comparatively new neighborhood designation spanning from 23d Street to 34th Street that has seen a boom of... Read more

  • TF Cornerstone’s 57th Street Rental Megaproject Moves Forward With Concessions

    TF Cornerstone’s 1,189 rental unit mixed-use project was approved by the City Council’s Land Use committee Thursday, after recent neighborhood opposition at the eleventh hour. Residents... Read more


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