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"And a glance at your bank account shows a giant sucking sound as the city effectively robs you of all your pennies at every juncture," Sullivan said, and it's hard to argue. But while Brooklyn is, admittedly, the second most expensive city in all of America, it's still behind Manhattan, which is outlandishly priced and getting worse by the day. Very literally! A new report came out yesterday with the horrifying news that rents over there went up by an average of 10% in the past year alone. We can't promise you ideal prices, but we can promise that it won't be quite as bad, and your apartment will probably be bigger.
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