Why Are Millennials Moving to Bushwick?

Why Are Millennials Moving to Bushwick?

  Brooklyn is one of the most popular and densest boroughs in New York City. Yet, it is the northern neighborhood of Brooklyn called Bushwick that is attracting young people to live there. There has been a clear change socially and economically within this new,...
5 Reasons to Move to Long Island City (While You Can)

5 Reasons to Move to Long Island City (While You Can)

Like many places in NYC, Long Island City (LIC) was once farmland. Its history as such is as recent as the 1920s. Since then, it had become known for its factories and warehouses, like Wonton Foods, Inc., which is the largest manufacturer of fortune cookies (among...

Gowanus Is Growing Despite Pollution and Rising Rents

New York City: home of iconic skyscrapers, great pizza, breathtaking arts, and one of the country’s most polluted water channels, also known as the Gowanus Canal. Located in south Brooklyn, the Gowanus has long been used as a dumping ground for the city, as it...
What To Expect in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park?

What To Expect in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park?

Located on the New York City’s Upper Bay, overlooking Staten Island and New Jersey’s famous Statue of Liberty, is Sunset Park–a neighborhood of more than 120,000 that was incorporated just a little over 50 years ago. The mostly residential neighborhood boasts a...

Is Queens The New, New Brooklyn?

I posed a question on Quora asking users if Queens would begin seeing development similar to Manhattan and Brooklyn. The response I got was yes, Queens is already experiencing that development, with most citing Astoria and Long Island City as examples. Undoubtedly so,...