You do relate to the cram situation and steep rent prices of New York, when you find yourself trying to make ends meet in Hong Kong, keeping it calm when on top of all this, everyday a dozen of mainland Chinese migrate to us, both the filthy rich bunch and the terribly poor whom have the motive only for the welfare spark the sass in my pants.
To battle spatial issues yet making things economical, people like designer Terri Chiao get creative, utilising the ceiling height of her Brooklyn apartment mounted a wooden cabin, which within holds a full-size bed, miniature closet space, and a nook outside the cabin. This is a great upgrade for a hostel, as replacing your original roomies on all four sides; the loft gives the guest access to the rooftop with a three-sixty panorama view of the Manhattan skyline and all around Brooklyn and Queens.
As if saving enough money for this return ticket to the city was no big of a deal, this might accommodate more than what you may have expected to get in a short week stay.
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