Self-starter Mike Weinstock goes from costumes to tattoos to bikes to Nooklyn.
Startup brokerage Nooklyn is crossing the Brooklyn Bridge. The seven-year-old company has expanded to Manhattan, where it has opened up shop at WeWork’s Union Square location.
The Nooklyn CEO on real estate tech, skateboarding culture and being a vegan. Harley Courts founded Nooklyn in 2010 as a blog focused on rental listings in Williamsburg, Bushwick.
Every day is a blessed one to any fortunate soul who rents at The Saint Marks. That’s because the building is a renovated Lutheran church, and its Gothic ceilings inspire not only awe but solemnity.
We met up with a California transplant at one of her favorite neighborhood spots, Little Canal, to chat about life in Chinatown, NYC.
This year, our recommendation is to explore a world once thought to be a fantasy of ‘90s Disney Channel movies and futuristic cartoons: smart home devices.
Once a year Kweighbaye Kotee organizes TedX Bushwick Women. The three hour conference is to inform, empower, and connect with girls, women, and female identifiers on how to create change.
If you’ve ever searched for a rental in a major city, you are probably familiar with the concept of small apartment living.
This Friday, November 3, join TedxBushwickWomen for an evening of talks, panels, and conversation about the importance of and path forward for female empowerment.
Remember when you only had one option for affordable, aesthetically-pleasing furniture? Those days are over.
This October, Nooklyn extends our Roommate Matchup services to 250 and 260 Washington!
With fall in mind, here’s alist we created just for Nooklyn of some of our *favorite* places to stay in during our *favorite* time of the year; bonfires, apple orchards, scenic drives, fireplaces, and hiking included.
We sat down with a Long Island City resident to chat about the perks of living in this up-and-coming Queens neighborhood.
NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio has announced that select firehouses and EMS stations throughout the city are accepting critically-needed supplies that will go directly to those in need on the island.
We urbanites care deeply for our sacred green spaces; these pockets of earth remind us how important it is to preserve our environment. Read on to explore a few actions, both big and small, that you can take to live an eco-friendly lifestyle in NYC!
2013 was crazy. In the second half of 2013 I left (1) a job that had me traveling out-of-state most of the time, and then (2) a job that had me away from the house for 80 hours a week.
I've built most of Nooklyn’s website while sitting in coffee shops around Brooklyn and San Francisco—allowing me to overhear people talking about their moves.
“It’s a huge, huge market, but we have not seen a WeWork or Airbnb in the rental space — yet,” said Harley Courts, CEO of Nooklyn, a Brooklyn-based listings site.
The biggest real estate firms in Brooklyn represent a mix of Manhattan’s top players, franchises of international agencies, and lesser-known independent firms.
Nooklyn, the Brooklyn-based brokerage that Mr. Ventura found his apartment through, has built a version of Match.com for roommates into its apartment-hunting app.
How my failed skateboard company became a Real Estate tech startup.
Real estate is having a Napster moment as the industry wrestles with how to share Big Data — if at all. That was a key takeaway from a panel on Thursday at the launch of TRData, The Real Deal’s new real estate research platform.
Nooklyn has been nominated for a Webby! And we couldn’t have done it without you. Our mission is to create the absolute best product for our users with a thoughtful, well-designed, and easy to use experience.
Nooklyn, a tech-powered real estate platform geared toward the millennial set, got its start back in 2010.