June 24, 2017

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  • St. Paul's Chapel NYC: A History

    The oldest church in Manhattan, St. Paul’s Chapel functioned originally as a “chapel of ease” for Episcopal parishioners who were not able to get to the main church at Trinity Church—a 0.3 mile (or 7 block) walk away. The chapel was built in 1766 and is a

  • What To Know Before You Rent Your NYC Apartment On AirBnB

    We’re here to break down exactly what you need to know and consider before bringing in the big bucks by renting your apartment through Airbnb.

  • Union Square NYC: A History

    One of the most important intersections in the city, Union Square—located at the confluence of Chelsea, the East Village, and the Flatiron District—is a witness to the history of the city.

  • How to Find a Good Moving Company in NYC

    Let’s be honest. No one really likes moving. It’s exciting to move into a new place but the process can be a real pain. The last thing you want to worry about is a moving company damaging your belongings and property, or worse.

  • Gramercy Park NYC: A History

    At the foot of Lexington Avenue is Gramercy Park, formerly the site of a marsh (Gramercy is the anglicized version of a Dutch word meaning “Crooked Swamp”). Gramercy and the adjoining park has been the center of a high-end residential area since its creat

  • Chelsea NYC: A History

    Between 14th and 34th Streets to the south and north and from Fifth Avenue and the Hudson River from east to west is Chelsea. Named by a British Royal Army officer after the UK’s military hospital in London, Chelsea was originally a residential area, late

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