Are Big City Trends Holding You Back?

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Just imagine, you finally meet a great guy after multiple attempts on various dating apps, and he wants to take you out on a date in a few days. You’re ecstatic and the next thing you know you’re marking your calendar and telling him you can’t wait to meet him. But, after the initial excitement, … [Read more…]

The Impact of Culture on Our NYC Apartments

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Living in New York City, you’re likely to come across many people from different cultural backgrounds. While America is known for being a cultural melting pot, larger cities (especially NYC) are typically the easiest place to see all of these cultures coming together. Walking down the street, you might hear different languages, smell new scents … [Read more…]

Here Comes The Sun: Solar Power In Big Cities

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More and more people are living their best eco-friendly life and cutting down on their carbon footprint by recycling, using energy saving light bulbs, investing in energy-saving thermostats, and some are even using solar panels to power their homes. But are solar panels really viable for urban living? One of the biggest criticisms against solar … [Read more…]

Home Buying Preferences of NFL Fans Revealed

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We all know NFL fans have a lot of passion (some even decorate their houses), they also share a lot in common; dedication to their team, an instant connection with anyone else they meet that likes their team, wearing the same clothes as other fans on game day. But, is this where the similarities end? … [Read more…]

Winter is Coming: Blizzards in the Big City

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Major cities like New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Denver, Detroit, Boston, and Washington D.C. are routinely hit with severe winter weather. If you’re living in a big city, it’s time to start thinking of how you’ll handle snowstorms this winter. For one thing, snowstorms require a good deal of preparation from both your city and you. … [Read more…]