Curbed.com reports on the best NYC rentals, includes Cahn Communication Jersey City client: Manhattan Building Company.
The age-old question: where do I rent an apartment in New York City? Older options abound, but new buildings debut on the rental market just about every week. For this heatmap of where to rent right now, Curbed looked at the buzziest rentals of the past six months or so, mapping only those that have more than one unit available at this very second. (That said, the new buildings with no availability might well be popular for a reason and are worth keeping an eye on.)
#4 – Cast Iron Lofts
The developer of this Jersey City rental, Manhattan Building Company, is hoping that the relatively lower prices (compared to Manhattan and Brooklyn) and the amenities will lure residents across the river. Its 232 apartments, which began leasing in February, range from studios to three-bedrooms with prices starting at $2,495 per month. (And we’re not talking small studios, either: the smallest apartments measure 885 square feet.) The building has a “resort-style” communal outdoor space (it comes with a heated pool!), a dog run, a yoga studio, a children’s playroom, and more.