A beginner's guide to the outer boroughs, a dungeon of a Park Slope apartment, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | August 5, 2014 - 10:59AM

The ups—and downs—of leaving Manhattan for good (Thrillist)

Is life without windows a fair trade for a $1,250/month apartment in Park Slope? (Curbed NY)

A luxury building in downtown Brooklyn has a bunch of affordable units available (DNAinfo)

Related: good advice on applying for low-income and subsidized housing (Apartment Therapy)

Way better than a Hide a Bed: a couch that can be turned into an entire living room set (Gizmodo)

If you live on the UWS, be sure to look both ways (and check out this list of your hood's most dangerous intersections for pedestrians) (DNAinfo)

Woodbush, Wickridge, and other alternatives for the Bushwick-Ridgewood overlap the New York Times insists on calling "Quooklyn" (The Awl via Bedford + Bowery)

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