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Here is a fun map to play with, which looks at changes in median rent in the last year, broken down by subway stop.
As Bruce Springsteen once sang, "Everything dies baby, that's a fact—but maybe everything that dies one day comes back to life as luxury housing."
Rents for luxury units are falling as a glut in the market outpaces demand.
Wage theft is prevalent at new luxury apartments that qualify for 421-a.
One bedrooms at 50-62 Clinton Street start at just shy of $1 million, while penthouses are $3 million.
Purists might grumble that the Manhattan skyline is being sold off to luxury real estate interests, but intrepid urban explorers will always find a way to make the otherwise inaccessible their own.
Ben "The Sledgehammer" Shaoul has purchased the L-shaped tract of land on East Houston and Orchard Street that includes Ray's Pizza, Bereket Turkish Kebab House, and Boho Karaoke.
The average sale price of apartments has gone up 66 percent in the past decade. The median sales price, however, was just $837,500–factor in inflation and that is actually the lowest it has been since 2004.
Pull out your tiniest violin for the residents of a luxury building who chose to live right next to America's most prominent construction site.
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