Mapping the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.; A ‘Performance Architect’ to Help You Renovate

Posted On Tue, February 24, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, February 24, 2015 By In Real Estate Wire

  • The Times has created a map of the hardest places to live in the U.S. by county. A taste of their findings: Manhattan is ranked 365 out of 3,135 with a life expectancy of about 81.7 years, while the Bronx is struggling, coming in at 2,324 with a life expectancy of 78.1 years. The map also considers unemployment, median income, obesity and more. [NYT]
  • A “performance architect”? Learn how to renovate without actually renovating, for free. Warning: Things will get emotional. [BrickUnderground]
  • Inside an adorable family home on Pomander Walk. [Curbed]
  • Have Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis moved from the Meatpacking District to Clinton Hill? [NYP]
  • Cindy Gallop cuts the price of her infamous “Black Apartment” in Chelsea by $1 million. [CityRealty]

Images: A map of disparity via NYT (L); A perfomance architect Alex Schwedervia Brick Underground (R)



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