LISTEN: My First Apartment Ep 2, Jonathan Miller ‘Rock Star’ Appraiser

Jonathan Miller is a “rock star” appraiser and the President and CEO of Miller Samuel. Jonathan joined us to talk about sleeping on his parent’s floor in Manhattan, getting his first apartment, and what it’s like for an appraiser who works during the day to look out on NYC’s night sky. Give it a listen … Continue reading LISTEN: My First Apartment Ep 2, Jonathan Miller ‘Rock Star’ Appraiser

LISTEN: My First Apartment Ep 1, Jarrett Murphy of City Limits

Jarrett Murphy joined us to discuss his first apartment, which smelled of cigarettes (pre-Bloomberg) and frozen hamburgers cooked on a George Foreman grill. The executive editor at City Limits chatted about other experiences there that weren’t so bad for his cardiovascular health, including learning basic plumbing skills and redoing the floors. Want to find your … Continue reading LISTEN: My First Apartment Ep 1, Jarrett Murphy of City Limits

Now you can know before you move if second-hand smoke might be a problem in the building

New York City enacted a new law about a year ago requiring apartment buildings with more than three units to create smoking policies, explicitly posting whether they’re smoke-free or not.  Despite this law passing, and the near ubiquity of nicotine vapes across the city, many new Yorkers are still complaining about neighbors smoking in buildings. … Continue reading Now you can know before you move if second-hand smoke might be a problem in the building