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post #31 of 92
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
w/a, when was that? I find that PH has changed a lot in the last 3 or 4 years. Maybe that Richard Meier building helped bring new people to the neighborhood.

Nah. Bldg is ugly!
post #32 of 92
Psssht. Just move to Harlem. Better yet, don't.
post #33 of 92
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Originally Posted by adambparker View Post
When did that building get finished? I could never decide whether I liked it or not, but it was only about 1/2 done when we left NYC.

Late 08, early 09
post #34 of 92
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post
What is ur budget?? What is "inexpensive?"
>$1000?
>$1300?
>$1500?
>$2000?

Around $650-750 a month, living with room mate(s).
post #35 of 92
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Around $650-750 a month, living with room mate(s).

Each right???
post #36 of 92
Then "inexpensive" is unfortunately not the right word. Maybe "dirt cheap."
post #37 of 92
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Then "inexpensive" is unfortunately not the right word. Maybe "dirt cheap."

Doable with two roomates.
post #38 of 92
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Doable with two roomates.

What? finding a palce for $1800+ or a place for appr $700?
post #39 of 92
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post
Check Boerum Hill. I live there and it is a great area. Smith and Court Streets are popping with bars/restaurants/etc. It is close to the city(F train at Bergen St is 3 stops from lower Manhattan.) Loads of women(or men if that is ur thing.) Great nightlife. You can walk to Bklyn Heights/Ft Green/Carroll Gdns/etc. Taxis run right down Smith St going back to NYC. Greah hood!

I've been thinking of moving back to Brooklyn and Boerum Hill is on my shortlist.

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Then "inexpensive" is unfortunately not the right word. Maybe "dirt cheap."

Yeah...he's looking at Windsor Terrace or "South Slope" if you will. My sister lived in Windsor Terrace last year with 3 other roommates, had a tiny bedroom (to herself though), and she paid about $550 a month not including utilities.
post #40 of 92
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post
What? finding a palce for $1800+ or a place for appr $700?

3 roomates paying say $700 each.
post #41 of 92
Who want's to deal with roomies?
post #42 of 92
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
I've been thinking of moving back to Brooklyn and Boerum Hill is on my shortlist.

Boerum hill is da shiznitt!
post #43 of 92
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Who want's to deal with roomies?

Jon, apparently.
post #44 of 92
New Jersey.
post #45 of 92
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Who want's to deal with roomies?

With a budget like this, it's not really a matter of wanting as much as needing
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