Wednesday, June 14, 2017


According to the New York Times, getting a rental apartment for $1,500 a month or less appears to be quite a challenge these days and many are moving to other boroughs to find something more affordable.  With that said, Upper Manhattan appears to still be a viable options with the Heights or East Harlem as the heavy contender for young professionals.  One apartment seeker who was priced out of Brooklyn mentions that Washington Heights reminded her of the quiet charms of her previous neighborhood but without the hipster takeover.  Co-habitating couples have also found two-bedroom apartments uptown for less than $2,000 a month complete with spectacular brand new renovations: LINK

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