When you think of the concrete jungle, the question of where to swim in NYC is probably not the first thing that comes to your mind. But with NYC residents enjoying (ha!) our fourth major heat wave so far this summer, the thought may have crossed your mind as a way to cool down.
Monthly Archive: July 2012
Between Danny Meyer and the “Goldman Alley” food court, suddenly Battery Park City restaurants have become a destination.
If you’re new to the NYC rental apartment hunt, don’t worry: EVERYONE thinks it’s overwhelming. The city is huge, for one thing, and there are about a dozen different neighborhoods that would be “perfect” for each one of us, though your dozen could be different from mine, which is likely to be different from that [...]
Are tiny NYC micro apartments the wave of the future? The Manhattan rental apartment report for this years second quarter was released recently and, no surprise to anyone currently hunting for a place to live, rents are high. As in: really high. As in: almost EIGHT PERCENT higher than last year at this time, coming [...]
Foodies rejoice… Fairway announces new Kips Bay location! The first thing I should tell you, just to establish my bona-fides, is this: I love food shopping. Grocery stores, butchers, greenmarkets, bakeries, “specialty stores”, the weekly fleas and fairs, all of it. I go out to buy food at least three times a week. Sometimes four or [...]
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