- Rents in North Brooklyn are falling more than a year before the L train is set to shutdown between Manhattan and Brooklyn, according to Streeteasy.
- That creates a bargain for people who are willing to make the trade-off for a longer commute.
- Sales prices aren’t falling. But it’s taking longer for houses to move off the market.
The impending L train shutdown is a bargain or a curse, depending on how much of a hellish commute New Yorkers are willing to endure.
Starting next April, the tunnel through which the L train runs between Manhattan and Brooklyn will be closed for read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com