5 Bronx Apartments You Can Find in Youtube

Finding apartments for rent is not an easy stuff. Thousands of properties are on rent or sale and sometimes pictures doesn´t truly reflect how the apartment looks looks like.If you are searching for Bronx apartment rentals, YouTube can be of great help when searching for your new residence. So here is a list of 5 YouTube listings so you can search for your Bronx apartment and find exactly what you need:

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1. Parckchester- 2000n E Tremont Avenue

This is a beautiful two bedroom, one bath condo for rent located at Parkchester, the top community at Bronx which offers its residents absolutely everything they need.

It features big windows, hardwood floors, green area views, high ceilings, newly painted walls and granite countertops. It´s luminous and spacious.

Look at the video above or learn more about Parkchester here:


2. Bronx Morris Heights

Rent this under market three bedroom apartment. It´s luminous, comfortable with spacious layout , great closet space and hardwood floors. Located near Fresh Markets, transportation, banks and schools.
You can´t miss it!

3. 236 and Riverdale- Bronx

Take a look at this Bronx apartment rental. It is a huge duplex with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, modern, luminous and with style.
It features stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, granite countertops, wood cabinetry and an amazing eastern facing terrace. It’s nearby markets, banks, restaurant row in Riverdale and more.

4. Castle Hill- Westchester Ave.

This is a brand new studio with ceiling fans, porcelain tiles, hardwood floors, central heat, and wood cabinetry. It also features a great fireplace, something hard to find in a studio.
This unit is also located near main transport.
It can be yours!

5. 165th Street- Walton Avenue –Bronx

This is a large studio apartment newly renovated, with wardrobes and storage place. It´s sunny and spacious. It features wood cabinetry in a large separated kitchen and a full size bathroom with stylish ceramic and full size bath tub.

Have you decided where you’d like to move? Choose the Bronx!





4 Eco-Friendly Residences in Nomad

4-Eco-Friendly-Residences-in-Nomad 4 Eco-Friendly Residences in NomadIf you are in search of an awesome apartment for rent and at the same time considering eco-friendly homes, you are in the right place!

NoMad has everything it takes to make your dream of the perfect home come true, with exactly what you need.

Nowadays, the world’s construction business is more conscious about preserving nature, and that’s why it’s changing at considerable rates and the most important issue is the degradation of nature.

In NoMad, you can find truly beautiful green apartments and here are 4 examples of them:

1. Tiny homes  – built in NoMad are a great option if you are searching for eco-friendly places to live. These unique constructions offer residents comfort with a green lifestyle they have always desired.You can choose among bamboo or laminate flooring, sheet metal roofing, bronze aluminum windows and more. Maybe these kind of homes are not so luxurious, but the convenient prices at which they are sold are enticing for people who know that small space doesn´t necessarily mean small design.

2. EOS NOMAD- 100W 31ST St., Unit- 23E – This nice studio is located in one of the most outstanding buildings in NoMad. The features include a linen closet, large living room, and hardwood floors. The EOS building has been constructed keeping in mind the true value of nature. Take a look!

3. The Vanguard Chelsea- 77 West 24th Street, Chelsea Flatiron District – This building offers green residences for rent, located in one of Manhattan’s most outstanding neighborhoods. offering its residents contemporary and comfortable apartments. Take a look at this 2 bedroom apartment which can be your for $ 7,000/month. It’s modern, large, very luminous and comes equipped with top of the line appliances. Must see!

4. NoMad Hotel, 1170 Broadway – Not everything is about finding an apartment to call home. Maybe, you are the kind of person who loves staying in hotels. Green Hotels, even! And, in this case, you can find the NoMad Hotels launched by Oceania Hotels Group in November 2014. Here you can stay at a 100% eco-friendly building, which works hard to keep its parameters of green living. So, if you are not searching for an apartment to rent and in fact, you love staying in hotels, this is a great option for you.

Search for your favorite place to live and enjoy the best of eco-friendly residences in NoMad.

Meeting Neighbors in Luxury Midtown Apartments for Rent

Once you have found luxury midtown Manhattan apartments for rent, you want to lock one down quickly. The area of midtown is very popular among renters and it can be hard to find an apartment that meets all your amenity wants and needs as well as location and size. When you find the right apartment, go for it!

Now that you have your new home, it’s time to meet the neighbors. But how do you make friends in your new luxury apartment building? It can be hard for adults to make new friends but thankfully many New York apartment buildings are taking great strides in bringing neighbors together and creating community settings.

Take for example, the amenities offered at midtown Manhattan apartments. You will find that some apartment buildings offer gyms and fitness classes. These are great areas in which to meet your neighbors especially if you like to work out. You can meet like-minded people who like to work out. Strike up a conversation with those in the fitness center and you may actually meet your new best friend!

Apartment buildings also have common areas such as game rooms or movie areas. In game rooms, use a pool table or dart board to strike up conversations with others. Play a quick game and provide info about yourself such as what you do for a living. Ask about local restaurants or shopping suggestions. By simply talking about your common interests such as food and grocery shopping, you can easily make new friends with your neighbors.

In apartment buildings where movie nights are prevalent, take time to go and have fun. Talk with your neighbors over popcorn and drinks while you enjoy a movie provided by your mutual landlord.

Be sure to find out what activities or get togethers your new apartment building is hosting and attend. Even if you only take part in one or two events, you will be able to get to know a few people and hopefully make new friends in your new apartment building.

Stay Green: Green-Living Residences in New York City

Green-Living-Residences-in-New-York-City-1024x497 Stay Green: Green-Living Residences in New York CityWith polluted, car-filled streets, green-seekers head to the outer boroughs where neighborhoods put green-living first and have plenty of park space thus less air pollution. Here is a list of New York City’s leading green neighborhoods based on the amount of park space, number of green buildings and cost of living.

Battery Park – Battery Park City is a waterfront enclave with strict construction guidelines to ensure that residential buildings will be built to high green standards.

Tottenville, Staten Island – Small and timeless, Tottenville boasts that everyone knows each other, large 19th-century homes on quiet, tree lined streets, old churches, a library, boutiques and strong public schools.

Bergen Beach, Brooklyn – Bergen Beach is a high-end, coastal community in South Brooklyn. There’s a variety of private schools however Bergen Beach stays a top draw because of the leading public schools. The air quality is excellent and there are parks everywhere.

Silver Beach, Bronx – This unique Bronx community flies under the radar. Silver Beach sits on a bluff above the East River between the Throgs Neck and Whitestone bridges. Silver Beach is a co-op community and pathways lead to each of the houses, not roads.

Forest Hills Garden, Queens – Dating back to 1908, Forest Hills Garden is one of America’s oldest planned communities in a 126-acre section of Queens.  The neighborhood was planned on the model of the garden communities of England. It is an upper-middle-class, mostly residential neighborhood full of Tudor mansions, stone homes, manicured lawns and historic churches.

Randall Manor, Staten Island – With maple and elm lined streets, Randall Manor is full of multicolored Victorian houses, bungalows, 1950’s brick ranches and wooden homes with views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan.

Kew Gardens, Queens – Kew Gardens has low ozone rates and less toxic pollution than other areas in Queens. It’s walking distance to a train station and the largest park in Queens, Forest Park which offers over 500 acres, a golf course, and a 4-mile horse path.

Emerson Hill, Staten Island – Greener than 99% of the Big Apple’s neighborhoods, Emerson Hill draws people who enjoy outdoor activities, gardening and bird watching. Emerson Hill is one of the highest points in New York City and the air is crisp and clean.

Green-living residences in New York City can’t always arrange their lives out in the outer boroughs. For those of you that can relate, you’ll be happy to know that there are eco-friendly luxury apartments in NYC to accommodate. The most unique would be VIA 57 West at 625 West 57th Street.

Attention Eco-Minded Architects!

Article-4 Attention Eco-Minded Architects!Article-4-2-1024x701 Attention Eco-Minded Architects!COOKFOX Architects is a medium-sized architecture firm, founded by Rick Cook and Robert F. Fox, Jr. in 2003 in New York City. The firm provides both new projects and works on the adaptive reuse of existing buildings, including a range of commercial, institutional and residential projects. COOKFOX Architects is a studio dedicated to a vision of integrated, environmentally responsive design. Guided by a passion for design excellence and a belief in the collaborative process, COOKFOX seeks select projects that fundamentally re-think how buildings interact with people and the natural environment. COOKFOX Architects are pursuing architecture that goes beyond LEED certification to restore, regenerate, and contribute to the urban environment.

As of March 6, 2017, COOKFOX Architects has posted a job opening for a Junior Architect in the Big Apple. The candidate’s qualifications include –

  • 2-3 years professional experience
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Architecture
  • Knowledge of building codes, standards and structures
  • Experience in all design phases, including construction document preparation and field observation
  • Comfort in working independently; demonstrates professionalism in dealing with a variety of high-end clients as well as vendors
  • Computer skills should include Revit, AutoCAD, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, SketchUp, and 3DMax
  • Self-motivated, energetic, and organized…

Now, just imagine being on the COOKFOX team that designed the eco-friendly apartments for rent in NYC’s NoMad neighborhood AND living there. That’s right! COOKFOX Architects designed apartment rentals in NoMad that are LEED Certified and located at 100 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001. EOS’s 47 story building hosts corporate offices for Nike Inc. and provides 375 residential units. The Nike fitness center at EOS NoMad is over 15,000 square feet and supplied with the best Nike branded sports and training equipment. The fitness center includes a basketball court, yoga studio, spin studio, training area and a gorgeous indoor swimming pool. EOS NoMad is an eco-friendly mixed-use building with green apartments for rent in NYC with eco-minded amenities worthy of any Junior Architect.

Are There Still Good Deals on Apartments for Rent in Chelsea NYC?

apartments-for-rent-chelsea-nyc-1024x453 Are There Still Good Deals on Apartments for Rent in Chelsea NYC? Is it really profitable for a property owner to agree to a lease and later have to fork out eviction costs and turnover expenses?

In a article, both sides are explained in regards to concessions given by developers to new renters.

On one hand, concessions such as no fees (broker, leasing agent or otherwise), free month rent, free fitness center usage, free parking, construction concessions, etc. are great for the new tenant. It can also be great for business, if you get the right people. Welcome to the shadowy world of rental concessions.

Jed Walentas is CEO at Two Trees Management based in Brooklyn, New York. Two Trees Management owns, develops and manages residential, commercial and retail properties across Brooklyn and Manhattan. Two Trees Management is a family-owned real estate development firm, founded in 1968 by David Walentas and the late Jeff Byers. Two Trees has developed a portfolio worth more than $4 billion in real estate throughout New York City.

In the article, Walentas makes a wise point in his comment, “Filling buildings up with people that can’t really afford to be there is bad for everybody. We don’t want to fill the building up with people who are just there for the concessions and can’t really afford to be there when their lease is up, so we’ve changed that model a little bit.”

There doesn’t seem to be any sign of rental concessions slowing down. The article goes on to report that as of March 2017, there were 2,200 active listings in Manhattan offering either free rent or brokerage fees paid by the landlord.

One of the rentals included was apartments for rent near Chelsea NYC called EOS NoMad. Standing 47 stories tall, EOS NoMad is eco-friendly, pet-friendly and a no fee luxury apartment building. On some units, there is a free month of rent due to construction and calculated into the lease amount.

EOS NoMad has attracted the best of clientele and having a Nike-sponsored fitness center with an indoor and an outdoor pool helped plenty.


Video Walk Through of Two Bedroom Residence Rentals New York

Video-Walk-Through-of-Two-Bedroom-Residence-Rentals-New-York-1024x485 Video Walk Through of Two Bedroom Residence Rentals New YorkWith all of the internet tools available today it is getting easier to search for apartments without leaving your home. Let’s say you are searching for two bedroom residence rentals New York, only because that is the search criteria I was using. Would you be more likely to look at a professional virtual tour, or a broker’s personal walk through video tour? Each has its pro’s and con’s, but I think I am partial to the professional virtual tour.

As I was searching for a 2 bedroom apartment online, I came across a couple of videos by this guy that calls himself “Mr. All Access”. The start of his videos are pretty good, but as soon as the intro finishes playing his camera work has a bit to be desired. Some of his shots are too close to get a good idea of the area, his camera goes in and out of focus, and if he messes up you can hear him curse. Which I find to be a bit funny. Other than adding the intro, which is the same for all of his videos, I don’t think he does any editing.

The two videos I watched were nice apartments. The first one was around Columbus Circle near the Time Warner Center, and the second was on the Upper West Side. Neither video gave a street address, so I have to call to find out the exact location.

I also came across a few virtual tour videos from These were the types of video tours that I was looking for….no music, no talking, just a quiet tour that shows the layout of the apartment. While the quality of the videos from Mr. Hill were better than those of Mr. All Access, I still didn’t find what I was looking for.

What I was hoping to find was a video tour of Via 57 West, a luxury apartment on the West side of Midtown. I found some videos of the construction phase, but nothing posted since the building has been open for tenants.

Manhattan Studio Luxury Apartment.

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Living in Manhattan is always a must as this is a city which offers amusement, excitement, and a lot of glamour!

So maybe you are looking to find Manhattan luxury studio apartments which would be perfect if you want to live by yourself.  Or why not with your fiancé as studio apartments, in many cases, have enough space to accommodate 2 people.

Riverplace, located at 650 West, 42nd Street, is a building where luxury meets function and play.  At Riverplace, you can find studios for rent that have many of the desired amenities.

I´ve been doing some research on the web site, and found two studios which I personally found very interesting:

Residence 22 & 23: luxury studio apartments. 

The first one (Residence 22) has an 18´8´´ x 11 living room with open kitchen and breakfast bar. Its currently unoccupied and is ready for move in. It features top-of- the line stainless steel appliances, minimalistic bathrooms, expansive windows and views of the Manhattan skyline and waterfront. You can rent it for $2790.

Residence 23 is a high floor studio with ample space. It also features stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, modern kitchen with blend of surfaces, and bathrooms with European- style vanities, stone-countertops and generous storage.

Both units are great and very similar, but in my opinion Residence 23 is better as it is on a high floor and the views are stunning.

Also both units include clean lines, warm natural finishes and open floor plans.

Views are panoramic, where at night you can enjoy a sea of light and during the day superb architectural landmarks.

River Place offer its residents very interesting amenities which, all together, make it a great place to live.

You can enjoy the indoor swimming pool, lightened outdoor tennis courts, indoor basketball court, children´s playroom, concierge service and valet parking garage.

It is located near main restaurants and shops just minutes away from Times Square and Manhattan East Side.

So if you are considering moving to your next apartment, Riverplace can be a good option.