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September 1st, 2021

4 Things to do on Labor Day Weekend in NYC

Labor Day is one of America’s favorite September holidays while marking the end of summer. During Labor Day Weekend, most NYC residents spend their time doing fun activities with their family and friends. Despite the ongoing pandemic, there are still numerous ways to enjoy Labor Day 2021. Depending on what you are in the mood […]

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July 30th, 2021

Tips For Staying Cool This Summer In NYC

Spending summer in New York City can be pretty challenging due to high temperatures. While most apartments have air conditioning, sometimes temperatures can go up to over 100 degrees, making it uncomfortable to stay indoors. You may also wish to spend some time outside but be skeptical about staying in the scorching sun for long. […]

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Hudson Valley, NY
June 16th, 2021

The Hudson Valley: NYC’s Hidden Backyard Gem

As a New York resident, you probably have busy days without much downtime. However, it is crucial to take a regular weekend getaway to relax and enjoy beautiful sites. One place near NYC you should consider visiting is the Hudson Valley. This area has many attractions that you can tour alone or in the company […]

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Bryant park, New York
April 30th, 2021

What You Can Do This Summer in NYC

Summer is the most anticipated season for most people in the US since it allows them to spend time outdoors. Even if skyscrapers are not your thing, there are still many NYC activities you can explore and enjoy. Find out which adventures you can try out in summer 2021 and learn how to practice vaccination […]

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March 15th, 2021

Feeling Restless? Take a Stroll Through These Scenic NYC Neighborhoods

How often do you take time to stroll around the NYC neighborhoods? Did you know that 11 minutes of regular walking exercise can enhance cardiovascular fitness and endurance? Evening walks can significantly

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February 16th, 2021

What Does NYC Apartment Hunting Look Like in 2021?

Late last year, city planners and developers gave insights on how the pandemic would affect New York City’s housing markets. True to their forecast, the unanticipated events of 2020 have impacted this year’s apartment rental

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November 23rd, 2020

APTS THAT PUT YOU IN PRIME POSITION TO ENJOY RESTAURANT WEEK

It’s NYC Restaurant week and the restaurants are just blocks away from your apartment.

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CLASSIC BROADWAY SHOWS PLAYING THIS JUNE

This June, Broadway is truly shining. Our apartment buildings are comfortable, convenient, and amazing places to make memories. That’s why an outing to New York City this summer to catch a bedazzling […]

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SUMMER STAGE 2018

The City Parks Foundation “SummerStage 2018” presented by Capital One is up and running for it’s 33rd year and New York City couldn’t be more excited. One of the city’s most anticipated events, here’s[…]

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE SIGNING AN APARTMENT LEASE

A big part of ready is anticipating all your upfront costs. You’ll be asked for the first month’s rent or, in some cases, the first and last. You’ll need to put down a security deposit, and fees for a[…]

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I’LL TAKE MANHATTAN—BUT HOW DID IT GET THAT NAME?

New York City was, for a very long time, simply Manhattan Island. So how did the four other boroughs get incorporated and get their names?

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RENT-STABILIZED VS. RENT-CONTROLLED NYC APARTMENTS

New York City has long had two kinds of rent regulation: Rent-Stabilized and Rent-Controlled. How do these two legal controls vary?

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