Leases to Flip For

What’s that thing people say about one man’s (or lady’s) trash is another’s treasure? Well it’s never been more true here, where we gather leases posted in the past few days that make us drool.
Hint hint: a few of these flippers are eager to get out and are offering cash rewards to fast actors.

Read on…

Alexandra’s Dreamy Studio

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Type: 2 room luxury studio
Neighborhood:
Hell’s Kitchen, NY
Highlight Amenity:
The rooftop on Alexandra’s apartment building, Gotham West, is locked and loaded with luxury amenities. The misting station will keep you from getting too hot and the movie projector will prevent you from getting bored while catching those summer rays.
Unique Feature:
Although the apartment is technically a studio, it has two rooms, so 2 people could easily live in it, with out sacrificing comfort or privacy.
Blink And You’ll Miss It:
With all of the luxury features, you would never know that your apartment is environmentally friendly too. Go ahead and enjoy your in-unit washer and dryer without worrying too much about your environmental footprint.
Neighborhood Gem:
Hell’s Kitchen is right in the center of all of the action. If you are feeling artsy, get creative and try making pottery at Mud, Sweat & Tears. If you want to rock, check out Terminal 5 for shows from top touring bands and DJs. If you want to decompress with a glass of wine, Veritas Studio offers Gotham West residents a special discount.
Flip Tip:
Alexandra is moving to Boston and is eager to find someone to take over her lease, so she is even offering a $100 reward for leasing. What’s better than making money to live in your dream apartment.

Interested? Check out this Flip listing, here.

Josh’s Authentic Studio

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Type: Spacious Studio
Neighborhood:
Financial District, NY
Highlight Amenity:
Josh is offering a great price on his stylish furniture, so you don’t have to go through the hassle of buying and moving new furniture.
Unique Feature:
Although the Josh’s building, the Twenty Exchange, was recently renovated it has a rich and authentic history. Originally designed for Citibank headquarters in 1930, it is still among New York’s tallest buildings and remains an icon across skyline.
Blink And You’ll Miss It:
You definitely won’t want to miss the lounge and wet bar where you can destress from a crazy day on the stock market.
Neighborhood Gem:
Not only is the Financial District home to some of the tallest buildings in New York City, but did you know that The Skyscraper Museum is located there too? The museum celebrates the City’s rich architectural history and examines the forces that have shaped its stunning skyline.
Flip Tip:
Josh’s studio is located in one of the oldest and thinnest parts of Manhattan, where you can walk from the East River to the Hudson in just a few minutes. Talk about a rare advantage.

Interested? Check out this Flip listing, here.

Laura’s Brand New 1 Bedroom

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Type: Beautiful 1 Bedroom
Neighborhood:
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Highlight Amenity:
The bathroom boasts a Toto full-skirted, dual-flush toilet which means you will never have to touch a plunger ever again.
Unique Feature:
Can you think of anything better than Soul Cycle in your apartment building? Well Laura’s apartment has a spinning a yoga room with virtual fitness- classes. So, basically Soul Cycle for free.
Blink And You’ll Miss It:
Don’t keep the custom solar shades down and let them block block the spectacular views of East River from your floor-to-ceiling windows.
Neighborhood Gem:
Williamsburg is an ideal location for culture, nightlife, and food. Mast Brother’s chocolate is just steps from Laura’s building and offers some of the best chocolate in the city. Their hot brewed cocoa, which is like a chocolate tea, is down right deadly.
Flip Tip:
Enjoy the summer weather with your friends and host a BBQ in the building’s outdoor grilling area.

Interested? Check out this Flip listing, here.

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