My youngest son is moving to NYC for a job at CUNY; thinking about Queens, Brooklyn of northern Manhattan for an apartment bigger than a closet that is affordable:) Any suggestions on neighborhoods, resources, etc? TIA! Hi bl!Whafa's post had some good suggestions.If your son will be closer to midtown than downtown, Queens is a good idea as there are still some reasonable rentals there. I would suggest Astoria, Sunnyside or Long Island City (although LIC is still quite industrial).Here's a good article from NY Magazine on neighborhoods:http://nymag.com/realestate/neighborhoods/2010/65374/The article is a couple of years old but still provides a lot of useful info. Here's a general article about renting in NYC:http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2012/03/29/scoping_out_a_renta...Good luck to him!Christina
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