Long Island City kids… perhaps not the first thing you think of when the topic of LIC comes up. And while it’s true that Long Island City continues to be an exciting place to live for artists and other creative types, as well as for young professionals, increasingly families, young kids in tow are settling [...]
Monthly Archive: March 2012
From time to time we like to give our readers a few apartment living tips. There’s not always a “theme” to these tips on apartment living. They’re usually just random tips that we think might be of interest, or about a topic that was recently in the news.
The Department of City Planning is considering a “Zone Green” amendment to citywide regulations that would offer many more buildings the opportunity to install, especially, wind turbines, but also other energy-saving devices such as rooftop greenhouses, solar panels, and insulation added right on to a structure’s facade.
Spring cleaning… the warm weather this week has many of us thinking spring, opening up windows to air out our apartments, and enjoying the ever longer hours of sunshine. And while it may not be the first thing we want to do, spring also means it’s time to spruce up our abode, give it a [...]
Another week, another blast of news and notes about the exploding Brooklyn rental market. First, a bit of good news for anyone considering a Brooklyn rental apartment: prices overall actually went DOWN in the month of January!
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