Andrew Barrocas

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  • MNS Report Shows Rents in Queens on the Rise

    A new report by MNS, the “Queens Rental Market Report,” reveals that rent prices in Queens increased approximately 1.76 percent from June to July, with average rents going from $2,077 to $2,113.

    Northeast 02 September 2014 14:30
  • MNS Begins Sales of Williamsburg Townhomes

    MNS, a real estate brokerage firm specializing in New York City residential properties, was named the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the Williamsburg Townhomes by developer, Magnum Real Estate Group

    Northeast 01 August 2013 13:15
  • MNS Reports Predict 2013 Rent Growth in Manhattan, Brooklyn

    Rent growth will continue in both Manhattan and Brooklyn in 2013. That is among findings included in the Year End Manhattan and Brooklyn Rental Reports from real estate brokerage MNS, released in mid-January.

    Northeast 25 January 2013 15:20
  • First Onsite Co-Gen Apartments for Bed-Stuy

    Leasing has started at Acacia in Brooklyn, which the developer is calling the first rental building in Bedford-Stuyvesant to aim for LEED silver certification, as well as home to the neighborhood’s first onsite cogeneration plant.

    Northeast 19 December 2012 20:20
  • MNS Report Reveals Low Studio Apartment Inventory in Brooklyn

    According to the MNS November 2012 Brooklyn Rental Report, the New York City borough cannot keep up with the demand for multifamily units, with studio apartments especially lacking. The study shows that the rental rates increased a total of 1.16 percent across all unit types; however, studio rental rates decreased .83 percent since October this year.

    Northeast 13 December 2012 19:35
  • MNS Appoints New Executive Director of Sales

    MNS, a New York-based brokerage, sales and marketing firm, has hired Jennifer Johnsen to serve as executive director of sales overseeing the Sales and Rental Divisions.

    National 27 September 2012 14:58
  • Manhattan's Rental Market Springing Ahead, MNS Reveals

    The number of available Manhattan rental units may have grown by 6 percent in April, but that didn't keep rent prices for the month from experiencing a case of spring fever, and climbing by an average of $17.

    Northeast 21 May 2012 14:20