“Based on a few anecdotal conversations with local real estate brokers, the market for rentals continues to be strong in Dumbo,” blogs DumboNYC yesterday. A two-bedroom at 30 Main just rented for $9,800 a month and a three-bedroom at One Main is still on the market for $14,750. If you’re not Daddy Warbucks, don’t fear: The median rental in the nabe is still $4,000 a month. More on the link.
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Crown Heights is changing, and high rents and landlords’ aggressive tactics are pushing out longtime tenants, typically African-Americans and Caribbean immigrants.
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A Brownstoner reader has put a single-family home on the market, but the offers coming in are lower than expected….