Sure felt like summer last weekend, right? And not just because it was, like, 30 million degrees outside… no, I’m talking about last Saturday marking the beginning of that most fabulous of NYC summertime traditions, the always-a-blast afternoon dance party, Warm Up at MoMA PS1.
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Another month, another record for Manhattan rental apartments, and not in a good way for would-be Manhattan renters. Because although the average Manhattan rent in May only went up by an insignificant-sounding nine dollars, that does mean that the average Manhattan rental apartment now goes for an astonishing $3,438 a month.
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 [...]
Looking for cheap apartments in Queens? First, what is your definition of cheap? If you’re coming from another part of the country, the rent in Queens may not seem inexpensive at first. However, in comparison to Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, much (thought not necessarily all) of Queens presents an opportunity to find a relative [...]
We’ve been hearing for years that the next hot neighborhoods for NYC rental apartments will be in Queens, particularly in the communities of Long Island City and Hunters Point, right across the East River from Midtown Manhattan.
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