Winter Wedding Ceremonies in NYC

Winter Weddings on the Rise!

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Winter weddings are growing in popularity, and December is now the #3 wedding month for brides, behind May and June — and with good reason. Having a winter wedding, from ceremony to reception, is guaranteed to make an impression in the memories of all your guests, simply because it’s different from all of the spring and summer weddings they typically attend. Although, June weddings are a dream, it’s the busiest month for weddings, so the chance that all of your top vendor picks will be available on the same date is pretty slim. But since December, January, and February are less popular among brides, they’re your best bet to get who you want and for less! You’ll find that many vendors are willing to cut you a deal during these cold-weather months. Another big reason to love a winter wedding is the idea of an island honeymoon! Justify an escape from the cold, and fly to a warm and sunny island for a sweet honeymoon adventure.

New York City Wedding Venues

Of course, Central Park makes a winter wedding dreamy and romantic but let’s see what else Manhattan has to offer.

New York Vintners located at 21 Warren Street in Tribeca. It’s not what you would generally think of as a wedding venue facility, but if you’re a wine lover, New York Vintners even offer wine pairing at your reception.

Located at the Chelsea Arts Tower at 545 West 25th Street, is the architecturally acclaimed building in the heart of Manhattan, The Glasshouses. The Glasshouses boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, which provide spectacular views of the Hudson River, Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. The balconies offer the perfect place to view the magnificent sunset and evening city views. The clean white canvas look of The Glasshouses allows for all different décor and themes to fit right in, making it truly a unique winter wedding occasion.

620 Loft & Gardens at 620 Fifth Avenue may be a great fit for your winter wedding. On the roof of the British Empire Building, seven floors above the Rockefeller Center and looking out on St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fifth Avenue and Radio City Music Hall in an oasis of lush greens to celebrate your nuptials. In the winter, you’ll be able to see the ice skaters at Rockefeller Center’s beloved ice rink, as well as, the famous Christmas tree.

Central Park practically oozes romance. And tucked away in an area off East 74th Street is the Loeb Boathouse, a dining destination along The Lake that’s one of the park’s most sought-after places to get married. Weddings are held in the Lake Room, whose French doors and windows fill the space with natural light during the day and provide a means of seeing the watercolor sky at dusk. When the weather is nice, the fun spills out to the deck that overlooks the water. From there, guests can watch you and your partner be whisked away on a Venetian gondola, to savor your first moments as newlyweds.

Newlyweds Luxury NYC Apartments

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After the wedding cake and honeymoon, the newlyweds finally come home. Maybe, it’s time to start thinking about your family as you settle into married life. The Silver Towers at 620 West 42nd Street would be ideal with their two bedroom luxury apartments in New York City.  

The Silver Towers are twin residential buildings in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. The 60-story buildings stand on the west side of Eleventh Avenue between 41st Street and 42nd Street near the Hudson River, and contain 1,359 luxury units. Top notch service, health club, 75 foot long swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, doorman service, concierge service, on-site indoor parking, Spot Canine Club, Rooftop & Club 7 Lounge, and shuttle buses. Oh, and we almost forgot to mention the public park with a children’s area on the west side of the towers.

One bedroom apartments at Manhattan’s Silver Towers will rent for $4,200 to $6,000 per month depending on the location of the unit. Two bedrooms range from $5,500 to $7,300 and well worth the price for the outstanding location and all the amenities.






Need a night out away from the kids?

Ultra luxury Manhattan apartments
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Imagine living at a ultra-luxury Manhattan apartment? Wouldn´t it be great to enjoy its amenities and a lifestyle only New York can offer?

The Big Apple is ideal if you love nightlife and going out to fancy restaurants and shops.

There is always something you will find to do, something unique and fun, ’cause this city never sleeps! And finding one bedroom apartments in Manhattan is a great option.

All those who have children know they are the light of our eyes, but sometimes everyone needs a little time for themselves. A little adult time to go shopping, dining, to the movies or just hang out with friends.

Many families experience the difficulty of going out without their kids ’cause they don´t wanna leave them for too long. But, what if I told you that if you live at Silver Towers you can find an onsite bowling and entertainment center? So, if you live with your family, a two bedroom luxury apartment in New York City at Silver Towers is just perfect.

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One bedroom luxury apartments New York City style

This building is located at 620 West, 42nd Street and offers its residents a real luxury lifestyle full of glam and charm.

AND, it comes with amazing amenities such as: white glove services, health club with a 75 –foot long swimming pool, entertainment room with Barbecue, doorman service, sauna and steam rooms and much more!

Its location is the best! In the Times Square vicinity of Hell´s Kitchen, a top and brilliant neighborhood by the Hudson River, Silver Towers in near everything!!

Top theatres, restaurants and cool shops await you! Enjoy the best events, and live in the city like never before!

It´s apartments, luxurious and meticulously designed offer its residents a sophisticated and modern way of life.

They feature high ceilings, hardwood floors, contemporary finishes and floor to ceiling windows. In addition, they are spacious and luminous with awesome views.

Start enjoying a new lifestyle, take time for yourself, and go out to the best places located near the home of your dreams!







The Park with the Chairs – Bryant Park

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There are almost 200 parks in Manhattan – from the smallest park, McNally Plaza, to the grand daddy of them all, Central Park. Somewhere in between is Bryant Park, known for the site of winter ice skating at The Pond, free summer movies on the lawn, and endless meals and meetings at its tables and chairs.

Bordering the New York Public Library, the park is an ideal resting spot for the thousands of tourists and residents who pass by its boundaries each day. Pull up a chair or hop on Le Carrousel to experience the charm of this Parisian-esque park! This Halloween, the ghoul-est party in town is at Le Carrousel in Bryant Park and everyone’s invited and it’s free.

The Story of Bryant Park

The first park at this site opened in 1847 as Reservoir Square. In 1884, Reservoir Square was renamed Bryant Park, to honor the New York Evening Post editor William Cullen Bryant. By the 1970s, Bryant Park had been taken over by drug dealersprostitutes and the homeless, and was considered a no-go area by ordinary citizens and visitors. The Bryant Park Restoration Corporation was founded in 1980, and has now become one of the most successful public-private parks in Manhattan. Now with a low crime rate, the park is filled with office workers on sunny weekdays, city visitors on the weekends, and revelers during the holidays. Daily attendance are ofeten in excess of 800 people per acre, making it the most densely occupied urban park in the world.

Modern Residences near Bryant Park NYC

With Midtown being centrally located, the area around Bryant Park is ideal for residential living. From street to street, the architecture varies from old to new. Residents are looking for new structures with modern amenities, and there are plenty of choices.

Bryant Park Tower, completed in 2006, is 44 stories tall. Located on the west blockfront on the Avenue of the Americas at 100 West 39th Street, it has 93 condominium apartments on its top 11 floors with all the modern amenities.

One57, formerly known as Carnegie 57, (nicknamed “The Billionaire Building”), is a 90-story supertall skyscraper at 157 West 57th Street in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan. Upon completion in 2014, it stood at 1,005 feet tall, making it one of the tallest residential buildings in the city. The building has 92 condominium units thast sit on top of a new Park Hyatt Hotel that has 210 rooms, which is set to become the flagship Hyatt property.

432 Park Avenue’s luxury condominium building is the tallest residential tower in the hemisphere. Topping out at 1,396 feet, it surpasses the Empire State Building (1,250 feet) and the Chrysler Building (1,046 feet) without its spire, and its rooftop is the highest in the city. For those who can afford the $95 million penthouse (units start at $7 million, currently available units start at $16.95 million), what awaits is a remarkable view 1,271 feet up in the sky.  The tower boasts 104 luxury condominium units, 10-foot-by-10-foot windows, private elevator landings, heated bathroom floors and the option to purchase a climate-controlled wine cellar.


Whats New in Affordable Apartments for Rent in Midtown NY in 2017

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When you get into a conversation with your friends about the places they have lived, and the trending lifestyles, has anyone ever said they wished housing was more affordable?  What exactly is affordable?

It’s a great question and the answer is different for each and every one of us.  Housing is considered affordable when a household spends no more than 30% of its income on rent.

What is the New York City Affordable Housing Plan?

Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing plan will create 200,000 units of affordable housing through both preserving 120,000 existing affordable housing units and building 80,000 additional units in the next 10 years. 

Is there a difference between affordable housing and low-income housing?

Yes, there’s a difference between affordable housing and the New York City Housing Authority aka NYCHA housing. The latter oversees public housing projects that are reserved for low-income families. NYCHA developments are built with federal, state, or city funds and are exempt from certain local laws. The national Section 8 program, which allows tenants to put 30 percent of their income towards rent in privately-owned buildings with the federal program subsidizing the difference falls under NYCHA as well.

Do I qualify and how do I apply for an apartment?

There’s no one formula to find out if you qualify for affordable housing. Qualifications for obtaining affordable housing is based on household income falling between a particular development’s upper and lower limits; household members meeting guidelines, a history of good credit—and obviously, no legal, criminal or housing issues. New York City Housing Preservation and Development aka HPD has a centralized portal called NYC Housing Connect, which allows users to create a profile, search housing lotteries that are currently accepting applications, and, in some cases, apply to buildings right online (others still require a snail mail application request). According to the portal, “After the deadline, applications are selected for review through a lottery process. If your application is selected and you appear to qualify, you will be invited to attend an interview to continue the process of determining your eligibility. Interviews are usually scheduled from 2 to 10 months after the application deadline. You will be asked to bring documents that verify your household size, identity of members of your household, and your household income.

What Affordable Housing apartments for rent in Midtown New York are available in 2017?

There are four new residential apartment buildings for 2017 – American Copper Buildings, 555Ten, 507 West 28th Street and 225 East 39th Street Apartments aka House 39.

American Copper Buildings are two “dancing” copper-faced towers, connected 300 feet up by a giant, three-story skybridge in the Kips Bay neighborhood of New York City. Soaring 48 stories high these jaunty towers will be the future home of 761 families of which 160 apartment units have been set aside for Affordable Housing.

555Ten is a 53 story, 610-foot-tall glass encased tower quietly rising at 555 Tenth Avenue and 41st Street. Of its 600 units, 120 of the apartments for rent in Midtown New York will be for Affordable Housing offering a rooftop swimming pool, fitness floor, and 24-hour concierge plus on-site pet care. 555Ten is scheduled to open September 2016.

507 West 28th Street has been officially christened the Maestro Chelsea West with a 35-story, 220-unit tower at 323 Tenth Avenue, and two adjoining 13-story buildings at 507 West 28th Street that provide an additional 155 rentals. It will offer 75 affordable housing units with initial costs ranging from $596/month for a studio to $979/month for a two-bedroom.  Amenities for the rentals include a recreation room, a roof deck, and a gym. 

Cool, blue and curvy, the 225 East 39th Street Apartments also known as House 39 is located in Murray Hill and scheduled to open early 2017. House 39 is 36 stories high, contains 373 apartment rentals including 75 apartments for Affordable Housing. 225 East 39th Street offers an impressive pack of amenities, including a fitness center, swimming pool, children’s playroom, hot tub and sauna, yoga studio, lounges, a café, a library, game room, outdoor terrace, courtyard garden, 35th floor roof deck with cabanas and barbecue stations, bike storage and on-site parking.

A New York minute walk to Grand Central Station and the 33 Street Subway Station, House 39’s location is ideal a deal not to pass up.





Is there affordable Housing on 39th Street?


Are you searching for affordable apartments for rent in Midtown New York? You can surely find very nice housing on 39th Street at interesting prices according to your needs!

Midtown Manhattan in New York is, without a doubt one, of the best locations to live and is home to some of the most iconic renowned towers such as the Empire State Building or the Chrysler building.

It is also near commercial zones where we can find The Rockefeller Center, Broadway and Times Square.

It is the largest central business district in the world and the country´s largest, commercial, entertainment and media center.

We can find most of New York City´s skyscrapers in this location which is chosen by millions of people as the perfect place to live.

If you want to know more about the affordable housing authority in New York and how many units are available in the area of 39th Street maybe you should take a look at this post!

You can find 225 East 39th Street apartments for rent and live where you always wanted surrounded by luxury and glamour.

This 37 story unit Complex by Fisher Brothers began construction in March 2015 and features 372 units.

Located in the exclusive neighborhood of Murray Hill, residents will be able to enjoy the most outstanding amenities in a First Class luxury tower. At this building, you can find great units for rent and 20% of the apartmetns will rent at below- market rates through the affordable housing lottery!

You can also find 39th street residences in NYC starting from $847!

At 200 East 39th Street, prices has been reduced and you can rent studio apartments starting from $847, one bedroom apartments for: $999 and two bedroom apartments for $1101.

These are absolutely amazing prices for those who wish to live in a great location near main restaurants and shops in a modern, comfortable and beautiful building!!

This is exactly the chance you´ve been waiting for, where price combines comfort and wellness!

Start searching now your next apartment at 39th street and treat yourself to the life you deserve!