When Manhattan is Cheaper than Brooklyn

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With rents dropping and landlords offering concessions, some renters who couldn’t afford Manhattan before the pandemic have finally made the move.

The New York Times - Real Estate

Jeff Godfrey found a nicer rent-stabilized apartment in Manhattan for the same price he was paying in Bushwick, Brooklyn. “I lucked out, but I looked at 56 apartments — all in person,” he said. “I’d go to see a place in Lower Manhattan and there would be like five other empty apartments in the building. It was kind of overwhelming.”

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