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10 Polhemus Place | Park Slope
Net Rent: $14,995
1 Month Free
Bed: 4 | Bath: 4.5 | SQFT: 4519
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48 Downing Street | Clinton Hill
Net Rent: $14,495
1 Month Free
Bed: 4 | Bath: 5.5 | SQFT: 3919
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250 West 139th Street | Harlem
Net Rent: $12,495
1 Month Free
Bed: 5 | Bath: 5 | SQFT: 3369
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An original collection of stories showcasing the diverse people, beautiful properties and historic neighborhoods that make NYC one of the most exciting places in the world to call home. Unlike other blogs that focus on the numbers, we peek behind the sales reports to learn about the humans who make this city special. From Harlem to Hoboken, and Jersey City to Brooklyn, we visit the houses, workshops and neighborhoods that breathe true life into NYC real estate and make this city a home.

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