In Manhattan and Brooklyn, a wild year concluded with renewed market stability: Closings and signed contracts were up and supply growth slowed.
For apartment hunters in Manhattan and Brooklyn, rents continued to fall during November, and move-in incentives became even more generous.
This holiday season, it’s never been more essential to support the small businesses that splash color on the urban canvas and keep our blocks vibrant.
As rents declined and inventory continued to rise across Manhattan and Brooklyn, the market countered with more aggressive move-in incentives.
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