Should You Move To New York City?
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Date: Monday 12 August 2019, 12:00 AM
Media: Curbed

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Thinking about moving to New York City? The first thing you should know is that it’s a city of extremes. More billionaires live in New York than any other city in the world, but more than 60,000 people sleep on the streets every night. You can grab a slice for a buck at any number of pizza joints all over Manhattan, but you might pay upwards of $3,000/month to rent an apartment on the island. It’s a vital hub for many industries—media, finance, real estate, tech—but getting a foothold can be difficult because of the competition. Geographically, New York isn’t huge, but more people live here than any other city in America—8.6 million of them, in fact. If you’re coming from a smaller place (that’s a given if you’re moving from another U.S. city), living here might feel overwhelming—but it will probably also feel exciting. Though living in New York City isn’t always easy, it’s often thrilling. As you get to know the city better, its quirks and secrets become known—and that makes living here all the better. But before you make up your mind, here are 19 things to know about life in the Big Apple.
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