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Rents Are Falling in Williamsburg as New Yorkers Flee the L Train

2018-08-09 22:28:56| National Real Estate Investor

Williamsburgs apartment inventory has jumped 25 percent in the past year as the prospect of a longer commute during drives renters to other neighborhoods.

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