SoHo Nightlife: 5 Best Restaurants & Bars in SoHo, NYC

While it may seem like there’s always “the new hot neighborhood” in New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) truly stands the test of time. With a busy day packed full of shopping in the neighborhood, here are 5 of the best restaurants and bars in SoHo to kick back and unwind: Blue Ribbon Brasserie […]

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Ridesharing in NYC: 5 Car Service Apps at a Glance – Furnished Quarters

In a city with over 8.4 million residents and 50 million yearly tourists, the demand for convenient transportation in New York City is clear. We’ve tested 5 well-established and emerging rideshare apps in NYC to help you cut through the clutter. Find out more about Juno, Via, Gett, Uber, and Lyft and which of these […]

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Brooklyn Neighborhoods: 4 Things to Do in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Often considered one of New York City’s trendiest neighborhoods, there’s no shortage of things to do and places to visit in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. From Manhattan skyline views to stylish shops, hot spots to dine and plenty of music venues, here are our top four Williamsburg attractions: Explore If you’re looking for a “cool” Brooklyn neighborhood […]

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NYC’s Second Avenue Subway: What You Need to Know

2017 brings great news for Upper East Side residents and visitors. NYC’s Second Avenue subway is now open—a highly anticipated Q train extension. Three new stations are at 72nd, 86th and 96th Streets along Second Avenue between First and Third Avenues. Headed downtown, the Q train can take you as far as Coney Island, Brooklyn […]

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How to Grocery Shop in NYC

“Wait, I can’t just walk over a few avenues to the supermarket?” Sure, you could, but grocers and other food services understand the vast ways busy New Yorkers grocery shop. The spontaneity of bustling city life can change a planned grocery store visit to an impromptu happy hour with colleagues or last minute concert.  What […]

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Corporate Relocation to NY: 3 Reasons to Consider New Jersey

Whether you’re relocating to New York City or here for an extended stay, living in Jersey City or Hoboken may not have crossed your mind. Here’s why temporary housing in NJ is worth your consideration: 1. Quick Commute to Manhattan The PATH train is convenient and a few stations can get you into Manhattan in […]

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5 NYC Subway Tips for Travelers and Newcomers

Whether you’ve recently relocated or are in town on a temporary assignment, the subway is one of the quickest and most cost-conscious ways to navigate New York City. Knowing the ins and outs from timing to etiquette will dramatically improve your commute and keep you on your A-game throughout a busy work day. Here are […]

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3 Reasons to Attend the West Village Halloween Parade in NYC

With Halloween around the corner, now’s the time to make plans. Before completely filling up your schedule with costume parties and haunted houses, check out the famous West Village Halloween Parade. Here are three reasons why you should attend: 1. It’s fun! Simply put, the West Village Halloween Parade is a feast for your senses. […]

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Brooklyn Heights Restaurants: Top 4 Spots for Dinner

From the nightlife to the art scene, the boutique shops and more—Brooklyn is booming.  Whether you live here or are enjoying a day trip to “BK”, discover our top four best dinner spots in Brooklyn Heights: Jack the Horse Tavern This popular neighborhood restaurant always impresses. Settle into the warm ambience with friends or family, […]

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5 Tips to Ease the Transition to NYC for Relocating Families

Relocation can be stressful for your employees, there’s no doubt about it. Add moving the whole family into the equation, and the challenges begin to multiply. Then add moving them to the most densely populated place in America, New York City, and you have a recipe for disaster. Here are 5 tips to help ease […]

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