I have a family of five and have 5 million to spend, what type of house/apartment would i have in NYC?
If you hear to ***** me out, then get the **** out of here!
i only want serious answers.
i am considering moving from the burbs and into the city
and if you are here to attack my grammar. I could care less because I work for Morgan Stanley!
your "excellence" is grammar has left you 5 million short!
Asked By: GoldmanSachs M&A - 7/10/2008
Best bet is to network with colleagues on the job. Perhaps you might want to use Morgan Stanley relocation services.
Before committing yourself to any one site, check out night life -- many otherwise quiet neighborhoods suddenly become raucous clubbing districts after dark -- until 4 in the a.m.
Look for conveniences like hardware stores, shoemakers, bookshops, movies, vets. Many otherwise laudable neighborhoods are short of these amenities. Stay away from dormitories -- apartment houses catering to young singles --
Schools and churches, family doctors, decent supermarkets, garage, parks and parking, police presence, firehouse, hospitals, bakers, butchers, diners/luncheonettes, fast food places, laundries, drycleaners, bodegas, delis, subway stops,# of elevators in building. building staff, security, demographics -- especially young families (who will be your children's friends?), local politicians for favors, paperwork, banks & ATMs, celebrity presence (groupie/fan/paparazzis at all hours), intensity, profusion of graffitti, motorcycles, vitelloni (street corner louts), level/continuum of community activism (apathetic to zealous to frantic), local construction, tourist attractions (crowded sidewalks), sidewalk cafes (ditto)
Answered By: lordreith - 7/11/2008