‘Shadow’ Real Estate Inventory May Spell Good Deals For New York City Renters

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Despite a mass exodus during the pandemic, many apartment buildings are not listing all available apartments – but some renters are finding hidden gems, with a little bit of digging.

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Alison Raisian, a marketing professional, recently moved into a new apartment with more space than her previous one, plus a rent savings of more than $200.

Her studio was $2,759 a month. Now, for a one bedroom, she pays $2,533 – in the same building.

“It took some digging to find that there are more apartments out there, even just in my own building.” Raisian told CBS2’s Dave Carlin.

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Four units there were listed online as available. But then, going floor by floor and talking to fellow residents and staff, she learned many more were empty.

“They were saying 6{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} vacancy publicly, but then it was speculated that it was 18{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c},” Raisian said.

“I think there is a widespread acceptance among a lot of landlords now that the market has changed,” said Erin Hudson, real estate reporter at The Real Deal.

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Bathroom and Kitchen Renovations Melbourne by All City for Uncompromising Quality in Construction at Fair Rates

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Robbie Hale Homes holds open new design in Royse City

The Dallas Builders Association’s Home of the Week is the four-bedroom residence by Robbie Hale Homes at 511 Long Prairie Drive in Royse City. Priced at $251,900, this stone-and-brick design will be held open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Jan. 24.

The 1,910-square-foot home features four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage. The foyer has large offset ceramic tile flooring that extends into a large family room with a corner stone fireplace and the adjacent kitchen. The kitchen provides granite countertops, a tile backsplash, plentiful counter space and a walk-in pantry. Crown molding is found in the formal areas.

The primary bathroom includes granite composite countertops, ceramic tile flooring, ceramic tile shower walls/primary tub surround, a large vanity with two sinks, a jetted tub and a separate shower.

The property will have a covered patio, full sod, a full sprinkler system and a 6-foot fence.

Amenities include a 16-SEER high-efficiency air conditioner and a high-efficiency gas furnace, R-15 wall insulation, R-38 ceiling insulation, radiant barrier roof decking, insulated LOW-E dual paned windows, natural gas accessibility, no HOA and no MUD/PID tax.

To visit the home, take Interstate 30 east from Dallas/Mesquite and exit at FM548. Turn left

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Cushman & Wakefield Brokers Sale of 170 Acres plus Lease for 1MSF Build-to-Suit for Home Improvement Retailer in Commerce City, CO. | 2021-01-12

COMMERCE CITY, Colo., January 12, 2021 – Cushman & Wakefield announced today the firm has brokered the sale of two land sites totaling 170 acres on behalf of Schuck Communities along with a subsequent lease for a brand new 1-million-square-foot build-to-suit distribution location for a national home improvement retailer in Commerce City (Denver), Colorado. Becknell Industrial acquired the land and will be developing the facility for the retailer.

The property(s) is located within Nexus at DIA and Nexus North, a master-planned business park located at Tower Rd and East 84th Ave in the eastern Denver suburb. Schuck Communities, a privately held regional real estate company based in Colorado, is the owner of Nexus at DIA and has sold over 400 acres over the past three years in the Nexus at DIA and Nexus North park areas.  

The team of Drew McManus, Bryan Fry and Ryan Searle of Cushman & Wakefield Denver handled all three correlating transactions consisting of: the sale of 158 Acres to Becknell Industrial, with Cushman & Wakefield representing the seller, DIA Tech Center, LLC; the sale of 12 Acres to Becknell Industrial, with Cushman & Wakefield representing the seller, Schuck DIA, LLC; and the lease of 1

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