Nancy A. Ruhling has written for over 50 digital and print publications, including The New York Times, HuffPost and Mansion Global. The Queens-based journalist frequently contributes articles to Brick Underground's Buy Curious column.
The southern Brooklyn community of Coney Island, famous for its amusement park, beaches, boardwalk, is a down-to-earth, immigrant-centric, working-class area where prices are lower than other parts of the city. Read all about it.
The Queens community of Ridgewood is a diverse area that’s coming on the radar thanks to artsy singles. Inventory is scarce but more affordable than other NYC neighborhoods. Here's what you need to know.
The south-central Brooklyn community of Gravesend is a densely populated, diverse neighborhood that’s not as well known as some of its neighbors. It's also more affordable and highly walkable. Learn all about it here.
Housing in the culturally diverse northwestern Queens community of Jackson Heights is evenly divided between houses and apartment buildings. The south side of Northern Boulevard includes the Jackson Heights Historic District, encompassing about half of the neighborhood. Learn all about it here.