I've always heard that one of the most difficult things about living in New York is finding the place to live. And I agree! There are so many different neighborhoods and each has it's great reasons to live in as well as its draw-backs. Prices can be outrageous and it really comes down to location, location, location. The closer you live to the heart of things, the more you are going to pay and the smaller it will probably be. Live further out, have more space: pay less. Live in the ghetto, pay even less. I don't know if it's possible to to have it all. I feel like there will always be a sacrifice, so you have to pick what is most important (at least in the moment) and go for it.
Gramercy Park and figured that might be a nice place for me. Just take a look. Who wouldn't mind having a couple of shiny armor guys guarding the front door and gargoyles guarding the windows? And walking the red carpet every time I run to the grocery store? Sounds like my kind of place. I came back to my cozy Brooklyn apartment and found my future apartment's website. I did run into wee problem. The building is no longer a rental, so I will have to buy. Also the prices range from $484,500 - $6,690,600, but that includes bicycle storage AND white glove service! So....I've got a little work to do. Donations accepted.