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How Not to Kill All Your Plants: Green Thumb Advice for Your Apartment

Get some plant life into your apartment with a little help from the experts.

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Tiny apartment? Crushing prices? Unforgiving city? Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or just improve your quality-of-life, Apartmentality has everything you need to know.

Central Harlem »

Brokers are seeing buyers bid in increments of $50,000 and $100,000 when homes are priced "well."

Gowanus »

Fitting big furniture in tiny NYC apartments is rarely easy, but that doesn't stop people from trying.

Upper West Side »

More New Yorkers are opting to work from home and in co-working spaces.

Greenpoint »

Carroll Gardens, Greenpoint and other areas attract families to their French dual language programs.

Long Island City »

Three artist-led projects aim to create affordable space for artists and others in the city.

Park Slope »

Community solar campaigns try to get a critical mass of customers to bring installation prices down.

TriBeCa »

$1 million parking spots, grand motor courts and other high-end car amenities at new Manhattan condos.

Chelsea »

The federal EB-5 program awards visas to immigrants investing $500,000 in job-creating projects.

Upper East Side »

The average price for Manhattan's new condos will hit $5.9M this year, CityRealty says.

Mott Haven »

South Bronx real estate is on the rise as developers and hipsters transform the area.

Inwood »

Inwood, Riverdale and Bay Ridge are among the remaining neighborhoods with affordable apartments.

Downtown Brooklyn »

When moving in the city, it's important to know what to expect and what to avoid. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

The average price for a penthouse in the city was $6 million last year, a recent study shows.

Upper West Side »

The average Manhattan studio costs $2,691 a month, according to a recent real estate report.