Brooklyn’s Allure: The Possibility Of $625 Rent In NYC
Sophia Cosmadopoulos, an art therapist, was featured in The New York Times for her ability to keep her rent affordable, embarking on an ever-elusive quest throughout the great New York City county of Kings, better known to the world as Brooklyn.
“They’re not glossy, and they’re kind of falling apart,” she told the Times. “But I’ve always valued what I could get out of New York, more than where I lived.”
After recounting a surprise that followed the partial collapse of the bathroom ceiling in her current apartment, Cosmadopoulos took a positive spin on her situation.
“It’s nice to live in an apartment where you have stories,” she said.
A little optimism is a great thing, maybe more so if you’re a New Yorker.
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