Monday, September 21, 2009

☞ READ: Is Harlem the New Brooklyn?

This week's New York magazine compares the lower cost of living in Manhattan and how some folks recently transplanted to Brooklyn might be heading back to Manhattan. Of course, the value in brownstone neighborhoods are the same but Harlem has many more amenities than it did five years ago and the many Harlem neighborhoods are in better shape than they have ever been in the past fifty years. Add in the easier transportation to Midtown Manhattan and the fact that one still has a New York, New York address, many new to Brooklyn might want to reconsider. Go to the New York Magazine article: LINK


  1. Harlem is the old, new and future Harlem. :-)I love all the comparisons btwn boroughs.