It’s no secret that New York City’s culinary scene is in the midst of a cultural renaissance.
There’s a new wave of restaurants, food trucks, live music venues, and live theatre.
But if you don’t want to pay rent, are looking for some cheap, affordable housing, or have other financial barriers to overcome, then you’re probably better off moving to New York, according to a new report.
That’s because of the number of vacant apartments in the city.
But when you look closer at the data, it’s actually a pretty good thing, according a report from the New York Urban League.
The study found that the city’s rental vacancy rate for renters has dropped to just under 4 percent from around 6 percent in 2016.
The rate dropped even further for single adults between the ages of 30 and 44, from around 11 percent to 7 percent.
And when you consider that the average cost of a rental in the City is just over $2,000 a month, the number is even lower.
So, while some of these cities are doing better, New York has a lot to be proud of, especially with its high rates of rent-controlled apartments and its strong economy.
In fact, the report found that New Yorkers have been saving the most for the future, with an average of $2.6 million in rent-stabilized apartment rentals saved in the past 12 months.
In addition, the average New Yorker saves an average $1,800 a month for housing and utilities.
This means that people who have made their money in the industry have the financial resources to get a decent apartment or to find a place to stay while still saving for retirement.
What’s more, it also means that renters in New York are more likely to be able to access public services like Medicaid, which is a big help to low-income New Yorkers.
The report notes that the number and the affordability of public housing has changed in New Yorkers over the past 30 years, but the city is still working to make sure it’s safe and affordable.
For example, it has made it harder for landlords to evict renters from public housing units.
It has also made it more difficult for landlords and tenants to reach a long-term agreement on rent.
That means that when you’re moving to a place that’s unaffordable, the city will probably take some extra steps to make it easier to move there.
New York is a city of renters, and the City of New York takes pride in its rental housing stock.
The City has over 50,000 units of rent controlled apartments and nearly 10,000 rental units of low-cost rental housing.
But the city has also been working to find more affordable housing to replace these units, with a goal of increasing the number to 80 percent by 2025.
As a result, the rental vacancy rates for New Yorkers are currently about 4 percent, but if the trend continues, that number could fall even further.