It's never been more expensive to live in Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhood

The median rental price in Williamsburg began to dip almost immediately after Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials in Manhattan for more than a year starting in 2019. The shutdown was meant to take place so workers could repair damage to the train’s tunnel between Brooklyn and Manhattan from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. …

littleny / iStock The median rental price in Williamsburg began to dip almost immediately after Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials in Manhattan for more than a year starting in 2019. The shutdown was meant to take place so workers could repair damage to the train’s tunnel between Brooklyn and Manhattan […]

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