Meet Sulimon and listen as he describes what he’s looking for in a woman.Believe it or not, it has nothing to do with appearance.
Not fretting about an hourlong postdate commute allows drinks to turn into dinner, for instance.
Neighborhoods popular with singles tend to have comparatively affordable housing, convenience to transportation and a good assortment of bars and restaurants — think Astoria in Queens and Murray Hill and the East Village in Manhattan.
Charles Conroy, a salesman for Citi Habitats, said that for his post-college clients who want to walk out the door into night life, he usually recommends the East Village.
“The vibe was great — everyone was ready to have a good time and tell you their story,” she recalled. I don’t want an hour-and-a-half obstacle just to grab a coffee.
“I texted my mom and said, ‘I want to move to Woodlawn.’ Within a few weeks I was in a Realtor’s office.”Last May, she did indeed move there, to a one-bedroom co-op she bought. “There are a lot of young people here because it’s a fun place to live. I don’t want to end up coming back at midnight on some train that stalls in the station because of an investigation.”Nancy Slotnick, a dating coach, said that proximity was crucial for many single New Yorkers.