According to one estimate, a worker would have to make nearly $26 per hour in order to rent a two-bedroom apartment in New York City. Land is expensive, and demand is relentless, sure. But why is the rent so high, and how does it differ by neighborhood? Inside the Rent, a new game from the non-profit Citizens Housing Planning Council, aims to shed some light on how the costs add up. Get ready to play.
Your mission: Plan a rental building in New York City where the rent can sustain the burden of construction and operating costs.
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