Getting a deal on the Upper East Side, a doorman speaks, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | April 28, 2014 - 10:59AM

Stable rents on the Upper East Side mean this posh spot is a (relative) bargain (NYDN)

Even trust fund babes need a guarantor to rent an apartment in this town  (NYT)

An Upper West Side doorman spills it all--especially when the Long Island ice teas come out (West Side Rag)

An incentive to stay put: renters who move often pay more (Curbed NY)

Seven easy-on-the-eyeballs ways to squeeze a dining space into a small apartment (Apartment Therapy)

Feel like killing someone? It's all part of being a hostess in a one-bedroom Manhattan apartment (NYT)

Send someone else to fight the Whole Foods crowds with the Instacart app (NYT)

Why you may want to reconsider unloading your apartment via a short sale (NYT)

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