This week readers visited Brick Underground for ways to get more space for less money when buying an apartment in New York City. For example, a first-floor apartment can be up to 15 percent cheaper than a second-floor apartment. Other tips include looking for apartments in post-war, walk-up, and non-doorman buildings.
Also of interest: The story of a divorcee who moved from Cliffside Park, NJ to the Upper East Side to live solo for the first time. She enjoyed the neighborhood but realized NYC is not for her.
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