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A large-scale apartment complex currently under construction on Staten Island is looking for an in-house urban farmer

The job, which includes being in charge of a rooftop beehive and the composting facility, comes with a free apartment.

The construction firm behind an upcoming apartment complex on Staten Island, New York City, is looking to hire an experienced farmer-in-residence to oversee an organic farm — perhaps the first such job listing of its kind.

More than 40 percent of the United States is considered farmland, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, as is 25 percent of land in New York state. In New York City, however, the closest thing we have to farmland might be the occasional rooftop garden.

Now, one giant apartment complex in Staten Island, with approximately 600 apartments planned, seeks to add a little more greenery to the city with the promise of “several agricultural projects,” according to Modern Farmer.

The company, called Urby, hopes to launch these projects by hiring an established farmer to oversee an organic micro-farm, manage a rooftop beehive, and handle the landscaping and composting.

The job comes with a free apartment within the complex, which is great considering that the annual salary is between $15,000 to $25,000, depending on your experience. If you’re interested, you can apply online.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.


South American Family Buys Eight New York Apartments to Stash Cash Amid Coronavirus

Katherine Clarke

A South American family has paid close to $27 million for eight units at Waterline Square, a new construction residential complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, according to the buyers’ agent, Maria Velazquez of Douglas Elliman.

The buyers went into contract and closed on the all-cash deal on the same day, an extremely fast turnaround for the New York market, said Ms. Velazquez. She said her clients received a blended discount of more than 7% from the asking price of the units, which range in size from one to three bedrooms and span a total of roughly 11,000 square feet. Waterline Square, a three-tower project developed by GID Development Group, launched sales in 2017.

Ms. Velazquez declined to name the family who bought the units, but said they hail from Peru and purchased the units as an investment with plans to rent them out. The family was looking for a safe place to park their cash amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic and related economic fallout, she said. “They felt their money was safer in an apartment in New York than in a bank,” Ms. Velazquez said.

While the buyers had visited the sales office in November, she said, subsequent showings were all virtual, and the closing was completed over videoconference. Showings are currently not permitted under New York law as the state seeks to enforce social distancing measures.

Waterline Square has 263 condos plus a number of rental units. GID declined to say how many condo units have sold. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group heads sales at the complex.