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Zhang Guang

(idzmj0723)This article walks the reader through the costs and benefits of living in such housing.

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Though the facility is for the poor, but still the rich is also demanding the need to have a cheap apartment.


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There are cheap alternatives in NY also but not big and spacey.

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There are cheap alternatives in NY also but not big and spacey.

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i was living in ny for years, i like the people there, but ny feels like a house of chicken, too many people, tooo many cars, nah i wouldn t get there a house or flat for that much money. thanks ;-)


Interesting article. I think as cities continue to grow americans will have to change.


I currently live in Honolulu and the cost per square foot is so high here just like NY. The majority of the population here is asian so smaller apartments are really not an issue. I was shocked when I first moved here to find such tiny apartments for such a hefty price. But after living in Japan I'm kinda used to the smaller refrigerators and shoji screens for separation.

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The smaller sized apts seem to be the in thing now...They are tearing down bigger ones here in Bham and going to the small sized ones....Its amazing.



It happens everywhere in Metropole cities, I think.


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