It’s been more than four years since the first Num Pang opened its rather ramshackle sandwich spot near Union Square, introducing most of us the wonders of Cambodian street food. Sure, we’d all been wolfing down Vietnamese sandwiches for awhile–this was the height of Bahn Mi craze–but Num Pang offered a remarkable variety of explosively [...]
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This is exactly the sort of exhibition that the AIGA National Design Center Gallery does so well: 1) enlist dozens of designers, illustrators, and artists, from all walks of life, and all stages of their careers; 2) give each one the exact same assignment; 3) sit back and watch the amazingness roll in. You see [...]
The Madison Square Art program does it again. As residents of Flatiron rental apartments well know, in addition to providing a lovely, well-designed oasis of grassy lawns, winding paths, and plenty of benches, the great Madison Square Park has emerged as one of the city’s pre-eminent stages for public art, year after year commissioning unexpected [...]
Manhattan rental prices continue to rise, which should come as no surprise to anyone who has been looking for an apartment to rent recently. According to a Citi-Habitats report issued last month, the average rent for a Manhattan rental apartment hit an all-time high in March, clocking in at an astonishing $3,418 a month, beating [...]
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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