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Manhattan’s apartment market is heating up in the busiest season for moving, sending rents to a five-year high and shifting the advantage back to landlords after a brief respite for tenants.
Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row is spreading south.
Manhattan apartment dwellers are getting some relief after two years of rent increases that brought tenant costs close to a new peak.
Blue Jay Way, a street that inspired a Beatles song, snakes above Los Angeles, lined with glassy mansions that jut like diving boards from earthquake-prone cliffs.
Lower Manhattan’s landmark Woolworth Building, once the tallest skyscraper in the world, is setting another record.
"We're seeing stability and modest activity in pricing and sales."
- Jonathan Miller on Jul 23, 2014
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