When the L Train Shuts Down, Where Will You Live? A large part of being a New Yorker is adapting to the hustle and bustle of public transportation; but come 2019, that hustle and bustle we all have grown to love may finally reach its tipping point and finally be too much. When the L … Continue reading When the L Train Shuts Down, Where Will You Live?
It’s that time of year again when the weather gets colder, the days get shorter and Starbucks breaks out the Pumpkin Spiced Lattes. And as much as we still long for the respite of the beach and summer vacations, we can’t deny the changing of the fall leaves that are trying to pull us out … Continue reading ‘Fall-ify’ Your Home For Fall 2018
Renting certainly has its pros. For starters, you don’t have to do your own repairs and you don’t have to go through the process of actually buying a house. But, renting definitely has its cons. One of the most frustrating aspects of renting a home is not being able to change it – especially the … Continue reading 7 Simple Ways to Customize a Rental Kitchen
Are you a renter with a particularly lackluster set of walls? Or, are you just bored with your current walls? That’s where removable wallpaper comes in. Removable wallpaper is a way to spice up your walls without the commitment – and the mess. Here are eight removable wallpaper companies to help your inner interior designer. … Continue reading 8 Removable Wallpaper Options For Apartment Dwellers
Greenpoint just got a bit taller. The Brooklyn neighborhood’s newest high rise – aptly named The Greenpoint – tops out at nearly 400 feet. While the condos are nearly sold out, there will be 287 rentals on the lower 27 floors while the 95 condos will be on floors 28 to 40. The Greenpoint … Continue reading New Building Profile: The Greenpoint