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9 hours ago, Maxman said:

My hope is the city is still alive with Broadway, night life, great bars and restaraunts. But I don't see how people are going to commute into the city when so many companies are going fully virtual. There is just no need to give away 3-4 hours of your life on mass transit each day. Pointless.

So to your point, the city already looks very different. What it will be in 3 years I have no clue.

You wouldn't go wrong with either but if I could pick Spring Lake would probably be my first choice. Amazing town.

Where are all these virtual jobs everyone talks about.  I see very few.  

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5 hours ago, Butterfield said:

Where are all these virtual jobs everyone talks about.  I see very few.  

Office work. So many companies went remote.

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17 hours ago, Maxman said:

My hope is the city is still alive with Broadway, night life, great bars and restaraunts. But I don't see how people are going to commute into the city when so many companies are going fully virtual. There is just no need to give away 3-4 hours of your life on mass transit each day. Pointless.

So to your point, the city already looks very different. What it will be in 3 years I have no clue.

You wouldn't go wrong with either but if I could pick Spring Lake would probably be my first choice. Amazing town.

You have the added benefit of not running into SAR. 

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:49 AM, Maxman said:

My hope is the city is still alive with Broadway, night life, great bars and restaraunts. But I don't see how people are going to commute into the city when so many companies are going fully virtual. There is just no need to give away 3-4 hours of your life on mass transit each day. Pointless.

So to your point, the city already looks very different. What it will be in 3 years I have no clue.

You wouldn't go wrong with either but if I could pick Spring Lake would probably be my first choice. Amazing town.

It seemed so normal back then... from 84 to 95 I commuted to Manhattan almost 2 hours EACH WAY from central Long Island. For the last 20 years I have lived 2 miles from my office. I am so spoiled.  90 Percent of the country would NEVER commute more than 40 minutes each way.

 

 

 

  

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5 hours ago, southparkcpa said:

It seemed so normal back then... from 84 to 95 I commuted to Manhattan almost 2 hours EACH WAY from central Long Island. For the last 20 years I have lived 2 miles from my office. I am so spoiled.  90 Percent of the country would NEVER commute more than 40 minutes each way.

 

 

 

  

Thought Long Island train commutes were not that bad. Ouch. 
 

 

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