Holiday Tipping Guide - Building Staff

While it’s certainly not required, it is encouraged that both renters and owners alike tip or give a little extra to building staff as an appreciative gesture during the holiday season. But how much should you give?

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Kim Hill
Snow Removal Tips

Winter in the New York Tri-State area inevitably brings snow. Most cities and states that are used to snowy winters are adept at handling snow on the roads and highways, but what about at your home?

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Kim Hill
Live Like a Local in Mexico City

How do you have an authentic experience when visiting or relocating to a large metropolis like Mexico City? We list out some helpful tips for getting an accurate perception of what life is like for a local.

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Kim Hill
Embracing Lake Life in New Jersey

Head away from the more urban areas of New Jersey, and you will see evidence of the state’s many lake communities. Residential areas nestled amongst trees and often conforming to the shoreline of a lake, these neighborhoods are unique, and each has their own features and distinctive details.

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Kim Hill
Guide to Coney Island

Often referred to as “America’s playground,” Coney Island is the famed birthplace for the modern amusement park and stands as an icon representing summer Americana.

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Kim Hill
Beat the Heat: Best NYC Summer Getaways

Anyone who has spent a summer in the city knows how scorching hot it can get. When you’re looking for a new way to cool down (aside from ducking into an air-conditioned building), pack your swim suit and head to the beach! Here are a few of New Yorkers’ favorite sandy spots.

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Kim Hill