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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We spend a lot of time here in New York City on trains. Mostly subways of course, which is awesome, because they’re cheap(ish) and fast and abundant… plus while you’re getting from one place to the next you can read, play games, listen to music, close your eyes for a bit, develop a crush on [...]
A couple of different posts recently on two of my favorite real estate websites–namely, Curbed and Brick Underground–reminded me how difficult, even discouraging, the process of finding that perfect new home can seem when approached from afar, but also how it all usually works out for the vast majority of NYC rental apartment seekers.
All up and down the East River there are plans afoot for making the waterfront as beautiful and as accessible for residents of Manhattan’s east side as west side residents have been enjoying these past years since the completion of the Hudson River Park.
New York University’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy is one of the great repositories of information about the way we physically live, today in New York City.
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