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New York locals will tell you that one of the biggest challenges for those living in New York is trying to find a place to live. It can be expensive, competitive and completely overwhelming. Start here by learning about the draws and drawbacks of different neighborhoods. Do you want to be surrounded by artists? Are you looking for the right place to launch your career? Raise your family? Are you close enough to the right subway line for your morning commute? We’ll help you find the neighborhood that’s best for you, help you score an apartment and learn your way around like a true New York insider.
There is so much more to living in New York than just the housing, of course. You will find one of the most active nightlife scenes in the world here, and even more going on during the day. Each neighborhood has its own unique flavor and its own special attractions, which the run the gamut from Broadway shows to nightclubs to four star restaurants.
And where can you find out about gallery openings, hot new clubs, or playgroups for your toddler? Start here! While you adjust to life as a New York local, the resources here will guide you, and you’ll be a New York insider in a New York minute.Read More »
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