If so, “you’re sure to LOVE this completely unrelated apartment in Greenpoint!” a Twitter user mocks.
Okay, so Hannah and Adam never did it against this particular stove, but $3,099 to live in a 2-bedroom apartment in the far reaches of Greenpoint is totally worth it to count Ray’s place of employment as your neighborhood cafe. Except Grumpy is a 17-minute walk from the corner of West Street and Huron Street where the shiny new digs are located. (Hey, at least the ferry is just a block or two down, as the lister points out.)
The question is, after springing for this place, are you even going to have enough petty cash left lying around to afford HBO? If you like “Girls” and you’re on Hannah’s budget you might want to keep looking.
The waiting is the hardest part. (Photo: Natalie Rinn)
Like any relationship fraught with “issues,” riders of the G train know acute highs (like catching the train just as it arrives at the dank Broadway station at 3am) and despairing lows (like, ugh, having to ride the shuttle bus from Greenpoint to Court Square half the summer). Good or bad, the G knows how to keep things interesting!
The MTA’s full review of the G line, released yesterday and embedded below, made us see our relationship with the G in a whole new light, and like a good couples counselor it finally helped us get some questions answered. Starting with… More →
Stop your search for the novelty party du weekend, because we just found it. It’s in a basement (yes, in an actual house), and there are poppers involved. It’s called FANCY, and it happens tomorrow night in Bushwick. More →
A Williamsburg property at 65 North Sixth Street has sold for nearly $29 million. The developers plan 28 luxury apartments, 4,000 square feet of retail space and 14 off-street parking spots. [The Real Deal]
Michelin-starred chef Paul Liebrandt will open The Elm tomorrow in Williamsburg’s fancypants King & Grove hotel. [Eater]
A woman was stabbed late on Monday outside the Jacob Riis house repeatedly with a razor blade. The victim’s estranged husband was arrested late last night. [The Lo-Down]
Get ready, Kent Avenue-ians: L + M Developers paid nearly $20 million for a 40,000 square foot warehouse at 149 Kent Avenue, with plans to erect a seven-story, mostly-residential building – that’s 164 new units plus some retail space on the increasingly circus-like thoroughfare. [The Real Deal]
So many coffee spots are opening in Bushwick, it’s getting hard to keep track. We were so excited about AP Coffee and then Strangeways that we somehow missed the ever-so-quiet opening of Milk and Pull Café a couple of weeks ago. More →