This week, Brick Underground readers clicked on a piece about a mom who left behind a beachy lifestyle in Jacksonville to move to Park Slope. She’s happy with the $2,800 two-bedroom walk up she found because it’s close to the subway, as well as great schools and parks.
Also of interest: A look at what $1,500 gets you in NYC compare to other parts of the U.S. Spoiler: In Manhattan that doesn’t get you an entire apartment.
Here are this week's top five posts:
1) Why I moved from Florida to NYC: To explore big-city life with my daughter and grow my travel blog
2) How big an apartment can you get for $1,500 a month in NYC?
3) What does a NYC building super do? Here's what you can expect
4) The 3 best websites for buying a co-op or condo apartment (or entire brownstone) in NYC
5) A housing lottery launches for a luxury building in Long Island City