A tenement is the most common housing form in New York City.
But not all tenements are created equal.
In the borough of Brooklyn, for example, the average house size is 10 square feet and the average rent is $2,250 a month.
That’s a lot of money to spend on a single-family home.
It’s also the biggest cost to the landlord, so if you live in a tenements home, you’re probably going to pay a lot more than a single family home.
But in Brooklyn, the city’s most expensive borough, it’s not all that unusual to live in the same tenement.
That was the case for me when I moved to Brooklyn in 2016, and it’s still the case today.
There’s a wide variety of tenements across Brooklyn, but the most popular are in the lower-middle-class parts of the city.
For a price tag of $4,000 a month, you can live in Brooklyn’s most affordable tenements for just $2 a month more than you could in a similar apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
And there are also a few tenements in Brooklyn that are more than $2 more expensive per square foot than in Manhattan.
Some of these tenements have a lot to offer, like a rooftop pool and a communal kitchen.
But most are just bland.
And the average rental in Brooklyn is $1,300 a month less than Manhattan.
“If you live there, you’ll find that a lot less expensive, but it’s hard to justify living in a place that costs a lot, even if it’s affordable,” says Jessica Chua, who owns and manages a small kitchen and apartment in Brooklyn.
When you think about it, most of Brooklyn’s tenements don’t really do anything special, so most of the time they’re just empty.
But you’ll rarely find these places in the suburbs, because most people in the city don’t live in these areas.
So it’s kind of strange when you look at Brooklyn, where the price tag is usually higher than the price of the home.
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One reason is the city has seen an increase in population.
“Brooklyn is growing and changing all the time,” says Chua.
“But you’re always going to see some population growth, because we’ve got a lot people moving into this area.”
The growth is especially pronounced in Brooklyn and Brooklyn’s inner-borough neighborhoods, like East Newham, Brooklyn Heights, and Prospect Heights.
This area has seen the largest population growth in the country, growing by nearly 50,000 people in five years.
And with more people coming to the city from all over the country and from all different walks of life, Brooklyn has become more expensive to live and more expensive for the landlord to rent.
There are a few reasons for this.
The cost of living has gone up a lot in Brooklyn over the past decade, which means the average price of rent is going up.
And as the number of people moving to Brooklyn has increased, so too has the number that live there.
“There’s a big difference between people living in the neighborhood and people living there,” Chua says.
“And so it’s just a big burden for landlords to deal with.”
Another reason is that rents in the Lower East Side and the East Village are skyrocketing, and as a result, landlords have had to raise their rents even higher.
Renters are now paying higher rents than their non-rental neighbors.
And if you’re in one of the priciest tenements like Prospect Heights, the rent is often much higher than it was in the mid-2000s.
In Brooklyn’s Lower East and East Newbury neighborhoods, landlords are also having to pay higher rent rates to people who are moving to the area to work, which has also created a huge amount of competition.
The price of a New York apartment is $4.4 million, according to Chua’s office.
That means an average Brooklyn tenement in those areas will cost you $2.3 million.
And it’s also not uncommon to pay $1.6 million or more for a five-bedroom apartment in Manhattan’s Manhattan Beach neighborhood.
The biggest difference between Brooklyn and Manhattan is the size of the apartment.
Brooklyn houses have been getting bigger for decades, and Manhattan has been steadily increasing its size for years.
“It’s a little crazy when you’re living in Brooklyn,” Chava says.
But it’s important to remember that Brooklyn’s housing market is really, really, super-competitive.
In Manhattan, you have to have a certain amount of money in your pocket to live comfortably, and in Brooklyn you can move out anytime you want and find a place to live anywhere in the world.
But even if you can afford to live somewhere in Manhattan, Brooklyn