Rental housing in new York is expensive. Winter discounts abolished

December 11, 2018

Contrary to market tradition, in this winter season prices on rental apartments in new York dropped to their annual lows, and Vice versa — sometimes even increased. Rent hikes mean a conundrum for New Yorkers: Stay and pay more, or try to save money by moving? https://t.co/hXNhEAD1x8 pic.twitter.com/t4bNGZQEiE — StreetEasy (@streeteasy) November 29, 2018 Usually fall, and especially winter, pleases all who are in search of rental housing, lower prices….

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Less than in Manhattan, average size of American apartments only in Seattle

Oddly enough, but one of the symbols of Manhattan real estate and, therefore, new York can be a Studio apartment in the Upper West side. Rent here for the 6.31 sq m of living space is $1 million Yes, Manhattan is not a fairytale for residents here is the highest rent — and the second smallest living space of apartments. If we analyze the sizes of apartments in the United…

December 8, 2018
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Not all owners of old buildings want them to become historical sites

Commission for the protection of monuments wanted to highlight two hundred buildings in Greenwich village, which was awarded the status of historical — to keep the image of the city for future generations. However, they had to stop at seven. The desire to preserve landmarks divided the public into two camps. A significant portion of district residents pleased by this decision. But building owners are not so positive. It would…

December 7, 2018
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In connection with the closing of the tunnel East River fell flat in Williamsburg

In Williamsburg, the demand for rental apartments fell from October 2017 1%. This is the only area of new York where the popularity of the rental housing falls. And it is, most likely, the MTA plans to stop at 15 months the movement of subway trains in connection with the closing of the East River tunnel. Williamsburg has more apartments than ever. But with the shutdown coming, renters are losing…

December 6, 2018
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The streets of NY on 53% more likely to drown in 2018 year than in 2017. the Top 10 most wet areas

December 3, 2018

Localize.the city has compiled data on complaints of residents of new York city street flooding. During the year the number of complaints increased by 53%. These data are consistent with the analysis of the weathermen, the period from October 2017 to October 2018 was more rainy and entered the top-10 wettest years in a century. However, five years from dozens to the period since 2000, which confirms the climate change…

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Governor Cuomo has announced to developers that will provide Brooklyn apartments 2700

Governor Cuomo has announced that it has selected a construction contractor, who will have to implement 2,700 housing units in Central Brooklyn initiative Brooklyn Vital. Housing is intended for residents whose income is less than 80% of the average income. A significant number of apartments will be oriented to seniors, people with disabilities, and families struggling with homelessness. Conventionally, developers can be divided into several groups. The first group, consisting…

December 2, 2018
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USA want to select more skilled workers for an H-1B visa

Yesterday, November 30, the Department of homeland security (DHS) has proposed legislative changes under which the applicants will have to submit a petition for the issuance of visas to H-1B in electronic form on the website of citizenship and US immigration services (USCIS) during a specified period. DHS also intends to give preference to foreigners with a master’s degree (or higher academic degree) issued by educational institutions of the United…

December 1, 2018
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NY taxi drivers accuse the police of brutality and racism

December 1, 2018

NYTWA (trade Union of taxi drivers of new York) today made an official statement accusing the police of the city in neglect, cruelty and racism. The NYPD two days has delayed the identification of the corpse on the job of a taxi driver , Magdi Abuzaidwhy relatives are unable to bury him, as required by Muslim custom, on the day of death

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Russian school of Dallas prepares for Christmas Bazaar in Waterview Parkway

November 26, 2018

The pupils of the Russian school of Dallas (RCD) are preparing for the annual Christmas Bazaar, which will take place on 2 December. The event, held at the initiative of Alliance Française de Dallas, a city schools will perform with original ideas. Russian school of Dallas prepares for Christmas Bazaar facebook/russianschoolofdallas Young artists and teachers are sure that will please a discerning public, for the shoulders they have many successful…

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