NYC rental apartment residents don’t really need an excuse to go stroll the High Line on a pretty spring or summer day (or night). Despite the inevitable hordes of out-of-towners, hanging on the High Line remains, even after three years since its opening, one of my favorite outdoor activities.
Monthly Archive: April 2012
Pok Pok NY would be the ideal neighborhood spot for residents of Brooklyn rental apartments in the Columbia Street Waterfront District area, and in Cobble Hill, and in Carroll Gardens–this is a fun place, friendly, reasonably priced, and really, truly, crazy-delicious–except that it seems like the whole of Brooklyn and a big chunk of Manhattan [...]
Ribalta Pizza, just opened near Union Square (technically it’s in Greenwich Village) in the rambling space that was home to Piola for years, is serious about pizza. Or should I say: serious about bringing the “complete Italian pizza experience” to this legendarily pizza-crazy town.
One of my favorite nice-weather weekend activities is wander around one of the great outdoor markets that have popped up all over town these past few years, goofing with friends, chatting with local artisans and bakers and shopkeepers, eating my face off. SO much more fun than waiting on line somewhere for yet another brunch!
The New York Times had a piece a few weeks ago titled “How Many People Can Manhattan Hold” that keeps popping into my thoughts as I go about my day, exploring New York City rental apartments and, more specifically, Manhattan neighborhoods: shiny and new, tired and creaky, everything in between.
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