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Rental Market

  1. housing
    My New Apartment’s Most Aggravating FeatureNew York homes come with standard headaches. This might be the dumbest one yet.
  2. the rent is too damn high
    The $3,500 No-Kitchen ApartmentGetting by with a mini-fridge and hot plate used to mean cheap rent. Now it’s a “versatile” amenity.
  3. surge pricing
    A Just-Okay Rental That Sparked a Bidding War“I just can’t believe this apartment went for $3,900. It’s 825 square feet. It looks like it’s from the early ’90s.”
  4. housing
    Where’s a Summer Intern Supposed to Live?Thousands of students join the city’s workforce each June. Finding an apartment is its own hazing ritual.
  5. the housing market
    Manhattan Rents Went Up Instead of DownThe January median reached $4,097.
  6. the housing market
    New Yorkers Never Came ‘Flooding Back.’ Why Did Rents Go Up So Much?Getting to the bottom of a COVID-era real estate mystery.
  7. celebrities
    Grimes Is a YIMBYShe says she needed Elon Musk to help her buy a house in Austin.
  8. housing
    Landlords Are Trying to Make ‘Tenantsplaining’ a ThingOur housing providers are having a little fun.
  9. cuck market
    Dystopian Housing Issue? There’s an App for That.It’s become so impossible to get an apartment that apps have emerged to make it easier — for a fee, of course.
  10. open house report
    For Rent: Two-Bedroom, Great Light, and a Tenant With COVIDWho is about to show you the apartment.
  11. semantics
    The Landlords Embarrassed to Be Called Landlords“I cringe when I hear it, and when I say it.”
  12. curbed glossary
    Cuck Money Is the New Key MoneyGet ready to raise your own rent.
  13. neighborhoods
    Going Back to the Office Means Long Island City’s Rent Deals Are OverLong Island City rents are sharply on the rise as white collar workers flood back into the city. They’re up 5.82 percent in May over April.
  14. bargain hunting
    It Looks Like New York City Rents Have Bottomed OutAnd will probably stay low for the rest of the year.