How to Find an Apartment in New York City
• “Consider a neighborhood that doesn’t necessarily have charm, and think about what it will be like a few years in the future. [Areas] where development is still a few years down the road—Downtown Brooklyn or the far West Side, for example—might be good places to look for deals. And on move-in day, don’t touch a thing until all problems have been documented. Take photos!”—Sarah Firshein, editor of Curbed National (curbed.com)
Time Out New York just published their annual feature on how to rent an apartment in New York City, and it’s fantastic as usual. I especially love the photos of the interiors of people’s apartments. Look at how we live in such small spaces!