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  1. Posted by dartmouth '12 | July 27, 2012 at 5:26 PM

    What a waste of life.

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  3. Posted by David | March 9, 2013 at 5:49 AM

    One of our favorites ptisames is looking through the NY times real estate section and the corcoran and NYT RE apps for iPhone are my favorite apps (even more than my camera apps!!) We sometimes go see apts even though we have no intention of moving any time soon. We both grew up in the suburbs of NY in long island and my husband is allergic to the suburbs now. I love being in the city and I think it’s a great place to raise a family if you can find enough space to fit everyone for your budget:) I think that’s the biggest challenge. We live in Battery Park and we absolutely love it. I feel like it’s got the best of both worlds where we’ve got lots of open space and amazing parks but also still in Manhattan where I don’t feel isolated or disconnected. We lived in the gramercy park area for 6 years and we liked it a lot. Our apt was amazing and then we had the baby and we grew out of it. I still miss that place but now we found something better in an even more amazing neighborhood. It’s so great for kids and it’s still in the city. The parks are wonderful and so are the schools. We also LOVE Bklyn Hts! LOVE. My husband when to Bkln Law School and then lived there for 10 years. We lived there together for 2 years and honestly, sometimes I still miss it. We take the baby to Bkln all the time for dinner and to go to bkln bridge park. We always talk about moving back there. It’s so charming and beautiful and you’re so right…it’s right across the bridge to Manhattan and sometimes you just feel so happy to be away from it all in the city anyway.

  4. Posted by raegyjj | March 12, 2013 at 4:42 PM

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