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How to Swap Summer Decor for Fall 

The lovely months of Autumn are ahead of us and bring lots to look forward to—including fantastic fall decor. But, working...
By Sam Radbil Sep 25, 2020

7 Refreshing Ideas for a Delightful Springtime Staycation in NYC

The weather here in New York has been a little unpredictable lately, but we don’t want that to keep you...

By Guest Author Apr 25, 2018
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Get Your Sweat On: The 13 Best Fitness Classes In NYC

What do you call a motionless New Yorker? A tourist. City dwellers are constantly on the move, whether they’re running...

By Guest Author Feb 02, 2018
10 Free And Cheap Things Locals Love In NYC During Winter

13 Free And Cheap Things Locals Love In NYC During Winter

It’s always a good time to visit New York. And the wintertime --- despite its bracing, sub-zero temperatures  --- holds...

By Guest Author Jan 22, 2018
28 Insider Apps And Services That Will Make Moving To NYC So Much Easier

The Top 28 Apps + Services To Make Moving To NYC So Much Easier

Moving to New York requires a certain amount of grit, determination, and willingness to hustle. It also really, really helps...

By Molli Carlson Jan 12, 2018
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7 Super Convenient Services Every NYC Dog Owner Needs To Try

While some people worry New York City isn’t a good place to own a dog, that couldn’t be further from...

By Molli Carlson Dec 20, 2017
Ike Edeani, who uses MakeSpace for valet storage in NYC, takes a photo in a photography studio.

How To Move To NYC The Ike Edeani Way

Moving to New York City sucks. First, you have to figure out how to get yourself here. Then you have to figure out how to get your stuff here. Then you have to find a place to stay temporarily. Then you have to navigate the insane NYC housing market and find an apartment. And then, after all that, you still have to get all of your stuff from your temporary home to your new, permanent home. At which point you’ve basically moved three times. We have good news. There’s a better way, and professional photographer Ike Edeani has found it!

By Molli Carlson Aug 22, 2014

Photos Of New York City From 1950 To 2000

Have you ever wondered what New York City looked like in decades past? Us too! That’s why we’ve put together this collection of photographs cataloging the evolution of the Big Apple from 1950 to the end of the millennium. Take a look and decide which eras of NYC you’d like to have lived through!

By Molli Carlson Aug 19, 2014
A green MakeSpace storage bin full of hot dogs, s'mores, M&Ms, pretzels, marshmallows, chocolate, and more.

We’re Giving Away 2 Tickets To See Girl Talk At WeWork Summer Camp

While your winter clothes are enjoying Camp MakeSpace, you deserve to get some fresh air too. That’s why we’re giving away a pair of tickets to WeWork Summer Camp.

By Molli Carlson Aug 06, 2014
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Unheard Bob Dylan Recordings Were Discovered In The Back Of A Messy NYC Closet

Brace yourselves, you record-collecting, Bob Dylan lovers of the world. It’s reported that nearly 150 original acetate recordings from one of the greatest musicians of our time have been found practically untouched on the top shelf of a dusty old closet in an apartment on West Houston!

By Molli Carlson Jul 28, 2014

NYC-Based Artist Designs Technology For Windowless Future

Artist Bernardo Schorr envisions a bleak future of urban density so intense that most city-dwellers will be forced to live in 100 square-foot, windowless apartments. To address the challenges these small, windowless spaces will present, Schorr designed a futuristic solution: The Mixed Reality Living Space

By Molli Carlson Jul 21, 2014
black-hared puppy sitting on a wood-paneled floor

MakeSpace For Puppy Love

Whether you’re adopting a dog, or just fostering the pooch until they can find a “forever” home, taking care of an energetic animal in a small apartment in New York City requires a whole lot of work in exchange for a little puppy love

By Molli Carlson Jul 11, 2014
A man is hibernating in a cryo chamber, the ultimate air conditioner.

How To Last An Entire Summer In NYC Without A/C

Summer in the city isn’t always so pretty. There’s nothing like a sweat-drenched, sleepless night on flannel sheets to make you facepalm yourself for not buying an AC unit. Even if you don’t want to spend the cash, or send your electricity bill spiking dramatically upwards, there are some measures you can take to make sure that your cozy little home doesn’t feel too toasty.

By Molli Carlson Jul 08, 2014
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