In the East, you’ll find more options of where to rent than elsewhere in the US. Houses, brownstones, rowhomes, and apartments above businesses are much more plentiful in the East than elsewhere, where your choices beyond apartment buildings are more limited.
If you’ve ever envied those cyclists whizzing by your car, you might want to look into the option of riding your bike to work. Not only will your commute be more pleasant, but it’s a great way to stay in shape. However, being in the right location is key, as well as a few other factors. Here’s some things to consider in your quest to bike to work.
Are you longing to be part of a larger community? You may have to look no further than your own apartment community to find like-minded friends.
Did you know that green buildings typically reduce 24 to 50 percent of their energy use, 40 percent of their water use, and reduce solid waste production by 70 percent compared to conventional buildings?
When your stomach is grumbling, you may not feel inclined to debate dining plans. But if you are new to a city or have found an apartment in a different part of town, you might not know just where to indulge your taste buds.
So many cool places to live... and so little time!CNNMoney offers a helpful guide to point you in the direction of the most popular neighborhoods in some of the biggest cities of the United States. Take your pick!
As you search for an apartment community, remember to keep neighborhood conveniences in mind.
When you move into your new apartment, it may take a few days or even a few weeks to get your bearings and really learn your way around.
Former Seattle mayor Greg Nickels once referred to the city as “a city of neighborhoods,” so it’s no surprise that you can find Seattle, Wash., apartments spread throughout this beautiful Pacific Northwest city. From the free-spirited charm of Fremont to…