When someone mentions the Catskills, these likely come to mind: untold sprawling acres of green hills and mountains, Woodstock (and hippies!), music festivals, and maybe even the old glory days of the Borscht Belt. The Hamptons it's not, and neither is it manicured, meticulous Hudson Valley. In reality, this huge expanse of land two hours north of New York City has a style and rhythm all its own.
In honor of this weekend's Valentine's Day, we're revisiting some of our most popular posts that focus on the intersection of love and NYC real estate.
In the never-ending hunt to find the perfect apartment (proper kitchens, endless terraces, and the like), that old relationship enemy—displacing your frustrations on your partner (and let's be honest, this is a frustrating market)—rears its ugly head. With some careful planning, discussion, and a round of beers or two, the process of finding an apartment as a couple doesn’t have to be one massive, and potentially relationship-crushing, bicker session.