“Because, as native New Yorkers, they know the city intimately, they’re open to distant or emerging neighborhoods. Places like Gowanus in Brooklyn or Ridgewood in Queens are not unfamiliar names on the fringes of a map of Manhattan, but communities where they’ve visited friends, gone to parties, hung out. These young people also know how to navigate the subway system, no small issue when it comes to establishing a toehold on a street far from the city’s center.”
New York Times, [5/19] are you really sure??