The Real Deal New York

Manhattan rental market tight — but incentives linger in Midtown

Landlords paying agents’ commissions to fill units in neighborhoods where competition is fiercest
By Mark Maurer | June 12, 2014 10:10AM

From the June issue: With record-high rents and extra-tight inventory, fewer Manhattan property owners are dangling incentives to lure renters and brokers to their buildings. But the practice persists in certain neighborhoods — predominantly Midtown — where competition to fill rental units is fierce. [more]