Neighborhood Intel

The week's most popular stories focused on micro apartments, millennials in NYC real estate and what's happening in Upper Manhattan

By BrickUnderground | September 4, 2015 - 1:30PM 

1. Bloomberg-backed Kips Bay micro-apartments open for rents as low as $950 a month -- here's how to apply

2. Getting a real estate start in NYC: Do today's transplants really have it easier?

3. What you can buy in Upper Manhattan, where prices are catching up with the rest of the borough

4. Ask an Agent: What are the telltale signs of a good apartment building -- and a bad one? [sponsored]

5. 5 things you never knew — but should — about Bed-Stuy's Stuyvesant Heights

 

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