Monday, November 12, 2012
☞ MEET: A Family Moves to Harlem
After establishing a budget for around $2 million, it was clear that South Harlem was the area to pick out since it was still relatively close to Mount Sinai and Carnegie Hill homes mostly started at the $4 million mark. A gut renovated, 2-family brownstone just north of Central Park was the final choice and the family easily doubled their living space from the previous living situation. Besides having a roof deck, a proper dining room and separate rooms for the girls, the doctor was also amazed by the attitude of the neighborhood. Folks apparently greet each other in passing during the morning hours and that was something that never happened over in Carnegie Hill.
Read more in the New York Times: LINK