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New York renters would be the first to tell you that rents go in only one direction: up. But after a long and relentless climb to historic highs, the momentum has stalled.
With renters unwilling, or unable, to pay ever higher sums, rents have largely flatlined. And it seems we have come to the year of the renter’s market.
Many landlords and real estate brokers attribute the renter-friendly trend to an influx of new apartments: 11,514 new rental units came on the market in Manhattan and Brooklyn in 2016, and 13,340 are expected this year, according to Citi Habitats, a real estate brokerage. The large number of condominium apartments that investors have turned into rentals has added to the glut. These apartments are mostly luxury rentals, and too expensive for many New Yorkers. So tenants with smaller budgets are fanning out to neighborhoods like Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and Jersey City. #nychome#nycrealestatebuyers#newhomebuyer#buyhome
Made it through the work day 🙌🏻(#bythegraceofgod ) and now, I move to my next temporary home. I'll give you a solid piece of advice, in case you are ever thinking of moving to NYC- and then moving multiple times til you (eventually) get settled: there are times that, no matter how poor you are and how much money you're trying to save, it is worth it to just get a cab or call a car. Don't even think about trying to navigate the subway. Or even the bus. Because, no. This definitely is not the only bag I have. Definitely, certainly, not.
As a child I loved exploring houses being built in my neighborhood, imagining how each room would be decorated. I wasn't able to explore this Upper West Side brownstone being gut renovated, but I loved peeking through its vibrant blue doors. If you zoom in, you can see all the way through to the back garden! P.S. This is the 2nd set of bright blue doors I saw this week - perhaps a new trend?
Today I made it to @abccarpetandhome and I am obsessed! ABC CARPET & HOME is an amazing home-decor shop where unique, often extravagant wares are displayed on six cavernous floors... you need to go visit! Check more pics in my #instastories 📍 888 Broadway
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Can I be real honest and say it's not really a "happy" Friday for me? I started a job "on trial" yesterday, apparently some places here like to do that - and it's been hard. Very challenging on some different levels. I have to work tomorrow, but also had to leave midday today because I'm sick. I was coughing and sniffling and causing a general commotion til they told me to just leave (and now I'm wondering how THAT is going to reflect on my "trial.") It's my last night in this room, also. Which means moving all of my stuff to the next place tomorrow. After working. While I'm sick. And, yes, I know: I'm just full on complaining on social media right now, so excuse me. I'm just gonna eat my chicken soup and crawl into this bed and, who am I kidding, probably cry for a bit. Because, New York, you've definitely got me down for the count today.
Rainy city, out there. Candles,
sweet potato fries and The West Wing, in here. What are you addicted to on Netflix right now? I need to hear what I should watch next. Although, I'm only in season two of The West Wing. Still have a way to go, but I already kinda want it to never end. #sogood
“Taking bets how long it’ll take for PB&J to get smeared on the new chair. I’m asking for it!” We adore the details of this room by @inhonorofdesign and we think we might know someone that can help with those snack smudges… 👋🏼✨ With #SlateNYC , New York's only (yes, only!) daily home cleaning service, we turn your mess into your Mecca, all while you are out and about living your life... for just $25 per day. #CleanSlateDaily ( 📷 by @inhonorofdesign )
One of the (many) things I love about my new city? All of the gorgeous, old churches with their doors wide open at all times. I took sanctuary in this one in Brooklyn last Wednesday for a bit. I particularly loved the sight of the fans. On every single window sill, between the beautiful stained glass pieces. So classic New York.
1. because it is just pretty.
2. so you know I am balancing out all the pastries/cookies I've mentioned lately.
3. yes. You've deducted correctly. I am eating on the floor. There are no dining tables in my current gypsy situation and I miss them 😩however: at least this apartment's floor is quite lovely. Isn't it? #alwaysabrightside
Under those red and white striped awnings on the bottom left lies one of my new favorite-est places. It's a Hungarian Pastry shop and it's 😍
It's also where I had my post-interview cookie today, however: this time it was a bit more celebratory than consolatory. (#itwentwell ) Also, the girl sitting next me (a total stranger) offered to let me take a sip of her ahhhhhmaazing looking Hungarian iced coffee when I commented on it. Whoever said New Yorkers are mean is #lying .
Kids spaces are a great place to go outside your comfort zone with color and pattern. Don’t be afraid to go bold! Love the geometric Tibetan rug we selected for this NYC playroom. It's energetic and fun, just like the kids who play here. #colorfuldecor#playroomdecor#bolddesign
Been thinking lately that maybe I oughtta start an Instagram for Life Lessons Learned on the Subway, #LLLOTS (because there are L-L-LOTS of them 😂) I tend to feel really frustrated when I'm on the train and it just randomly starts the slow roll thing. Especially when it's a express train and we are supposed to be express-ing Uptown. As quickly as possible. So whhhhhyyyyy are we slow rolling instead? (Waaaaaah.) Then I remind myself that the train driver knows what's ahead. He knows when we need to slow down or else we could crash. And burn. There may be obstacles in the way that we need to avoid. We don't have to stop. We just have to move at a slower pace. And trust the pace and the driver. I feel often like my whole entire life is a "slow roll." It takes (is taking) way way way longer to get to certain milestones that I have hoped to reach and I (frequently, I'll confess) get really impatient. But this reminder, of the reason for the pace and the need for trust, is encouraging and comforting... if you believe in a Train Driver, that is.
I, personally, definitely do.