The median home price in Brooklyn is $524K, but aspiring yuppies needn’t give up on the dream altogether — there are still some places on sale for less than half that, even in our fine borough. Our friends at QueensNYC rounded up apartments in five counties that you can get for $250K, including a sweet Upper West Side studio in Manhattan and this 1BR beaut in Ditmas Park. It’s got closets, decent-sized rooms, groovy kitchen, lots of light, and a good location on East 17th between Cortelyou and Dorchester. Plus, Ditmas Park! Here’s what else you can buy for entry-level dough in five areas.
Beer is great. Burritos are great. Brooklynites are charitable folks with great hearts. Why not combine them for the good of all? Bed Stuy Beer Works (408 Willoughby Avenue), a wholesale and craft beer center open to the public in Bed Stuy, is partnering with City Harvest this weekend to launch the first in what is […]
Just because it’s cold out doesn’t mean you should stop eating ice cream. After all, it still tastes awesome, and now that the temperature outside matches the temperature inside the ice cream, it won’t melt while you eat it! So to us, it makes perfect sense that Williamsburg’s OddFellows Ice Cream is going to be […]
It can be tough making a go of it as a musician here in the big city, what with everyone and their mom in a band. But you could always retreat to the subway, like one musician did, and is now explaining on reddit how he made $100 per day entertaining subway riders. After all, […]