The great migration of Manhattan-ites to Brooklyn has been a slow and steady one over the past decade. Aside from the recession in 2008, this map shows how many buildings have literally blown up since 2003. (and then put together again)
People pay an obscene premium to live in the most coveted neighborhood in the most coveted city in the world. With average rental prices at an all time-high and all of the buildings being insanely small from the beautiful “cozy” pre-war layouts, the question becomes, IS IT WORTH IT?
New York City is obviously for the land of the young but where does one go when you hit that third decade mark? AddressReport lists the top ‘hoods for the elderly in NYC.