1. Want to live alone in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens? You'll need to make at least $96k a year
2. In NYC, trees tell the story of wealth disparity
3. More affordable housing options, including one in Clinton Hill with "reflecting pools with cabanas"
4. Eye Candy: 8 must-see NYC apartments you can rent right now (sponsored)
5. Ask Sam: What kind of problems qualify me for a rent abatement? (sponsored)
How much total do you plan to tip the building staff this year?
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