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Rents In Manhattan

Though still cheaper than Tokyo, rents in Manhattan are the highest in the United States, and getting higher quickly. Many New Yorkers wonder how much longer they can continue to pay such rents – after all, the price of housing is rising much faster than wages are.. Could the answer be smaller apartments like the […]

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The Cost of Living In New York

There are not many tourists who, after even a brief visit to the Big Apple, fail to fall in love with New York and start fantasizing about spending more time there. Who wouldn’t want to see a Broadway show “just because”, enjoy a day strolling nonchalantly in Central Park, or wander the streets of the City that Never […]

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Amazing Use of A Small New York Apartment!

The most difficult part of living in New York is paying for your lifestyle, and the most difficult part of paying for your lifestyle is paying your rent.  Some people move to the suburbs, or to Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island or the Bronx, hoping to save money. The problem with this, is that rents in […]

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The Lower East Side

Initially an Orchard owned by a Frenchman named Delancey, the Lower East Side (“LES”) has changed quite a bit since the 1700’s. Roughly bounded by Chinatown, Nolita and the East River, the LES is historically a working class neighborhood made up of immigrant groups that came to the city in waves. Jews, Russians, Germans, Italians, Irish and […]

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