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There Is A City With Smaller Apartments Than NYC
NEW YORK — As outrageous as it seemed, that 68-square-foot Upper West Side pad going for nearly $1,000 a month might be emblematic of Manhattan real estate. The borough boasts the second-smallest ... read more
With Sales Markets In The Tank, NYC Apartment Development Poised To Surge
Meet the major New York City players at ... Refunds were smaller than many expected, which has further depressed buying activity. "We’ve seen a significant slowdown in the condo market of people ... read more
‘Not Just a Maid’: The Ultra-Running Domestic Workers of Hong Kong
Traversing the city ... Bacani for The New York Times Ms. Pagarigan was not familiar with the course and did not quite know what to expect. But she did know that there would be stairs, lots of stairs, ... read more
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Residents of NY city apartment win right to have a physical key
New York City - Tenants in a New York City apartment block have been successful in forcing ... the landlord is obligated to provide each tenant who wishes one with a physical key rather than being ... read more
As Summer Vacations Begin, Here Are The NYC Hot Spots You Can Finally Visit Without A Crowd
NEW YORK ... than 250 objects on display dating back from the 17th century. “Lines are very long. During these summer months, lines may lessen a little bit, so you might be able to get in there.” ... read more
Renting in Phoenix: What's the cheapest apartment available right now?
9, in Central City, is 36.9 percent less than the median rent for a studio in Phoenix, which is currently estimated at around $950/month. When it comes to building amenities, expect secured entry. ... read more
Dumbo Artist's Eviction Is 'The Story Of What Is Happening In NY'
But now what's happened is, there is no place to move to ... to the once-cheap former industrial spaces throughout New York City. Her apartment is among those that don't qualify for protections ... read more
Is there a future for micro housing in New York City?
Now, granted, there ... apartments translate to a better quality of life has prevailed in New York. But the city's latest population boom, more than 100 years after that first piece of legislation ... read more
Flooding in the Midwest: 4 Rivers Surge, Along With Residents’ Worries
There was 1993, when a 500-year flood swelled the river to more than ... Park apartments in Jefferson City, Mo., were hit hard by a tornado. On Friday, the complex was still strewn with debris and ... read more
Move over Manhattan, Seattle's apartments are the smallest in the U.S.
That Seattle's average apartment size is less than Chicago and New York's seems odd but it makes sense ... the shrinkage of apartments. "On paper the smaller units make more sense and the demand is ... read more
NYCHA finds thousands of apartments housing kids need lead repairs
Questions about NYCHA’s lead figures erupted after city officials told New York 1 that it fixed half the ... Nor did the authority mention the filing there were another 1,893 apartments with small ... read more
How Low Turnover Fuels New York City’s Affordable Housing Crisis
But there’s another ... Among the reasons that New York City’s vast public housing system has such a long waiting list—HUD data shows it takes, on average, 99 months before an applicant gets an ... read more