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Buying a furnished new condo, moving from Greenpoint to Park Slope, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | April 1, 2022 - 1:30PM

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This week readers visited Brick Underground to learn how buying a furnished new condo in New York City can be a work-around for supply chain headaches. There are various ways you can do this: Some developers are offering furniture packages, others are open to selling the model unit's furnishings—you just have to be the first to ask.

Also of interest: A couple moves from a new development in Greenpoint to a brownstone in Park Slope, where they're much happier with the more mature vibe.

Here are this week's top five posts: 

1) A record number of NYC sellers listed properties in February, a sign the market may be shifting

2) Buying a furnished new condo means you don't wait months for a couch delivery

3) From Greenpoint to Park Slope: Our new area feels like the UWS, but in Brooklyn

4) What you need to know about Forest Hills, a village-like place in the middle of Queens

5) 15 insider tips for renting an apartment in NYC

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