The New York Times has an article on the topic of the best apartments in the city for a single person, which may sound like a lot to some of you.
It is, but for a lot of us, it’s just one of many choices that we make as we live.
It’s important to note that it is a very broad list, and that we can choose any of the apartments on it.
The article starts off by saying that “we’re not going to be talking about apartments in Manhattan or Brooklyn, but rather suburbs and smaller towns across the United States.”
I’m sure we all feel a bit silly about that, since most of us live in New York City.
But the fact of the matter is that if you’re living in New Jersey, for example, you’re more likely to live in a town with a large population than in a small town.
But we are here to talk about apartments, right?
Well, yes and no.
If you want to be able to buy a big house in Manhattan, you’ll have to look at the East River or Manhattan’s East Side.
If you want the luxury of a smaller apartment in a neighborhood on the Upper East Side, you have to consider the Lower East Side or the Upper West Side.
And if you want a great deal in a city like Boston, you might consider the Northeastern suburbs, which includes the Boston suburb of Dorchester, the South End, and the surrounding area.
I want to highlight the two best areas for single people in the Big Apple, though, as that’s where we’re going to find most of our living options.
Here are the 10 best apartments for single adults in the City:1.
Suffolk Park, Queens, New York2.
Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn, New Jersey3.
St. Regis, New Haven, Connecticut4.
Westfield Manhattan, New Mexico5.
Hilton Garden Inn, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania6.
New Castle County Courthouse, Delaware, New Castle County7.
Riverhead, New Orleans, Louisiana8.
Harbor Gateway, Chicago, Illinois10.
Avenue at Four Seasons Hotel, Miami, Florida