Skip Using MetroCard to Pay Subway Fare at These Stations

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“tap and go” to pay subway fare

That’s right. You now have more options to pay your subway fare.

For those of us who consistently languish in frustration with Metrocard woes, the new pilot program OMNY hits parts of Brooklyn stations running on the 4/5 lines.

OMNY, which stands for One Metro New York is designed to help commuters save time by tapping their debit card or mobile wallet app to pay their subway fare.

If you commute on the Borough Hall, Nevins or Atlantic Ave/Barclay Center stations you’re sure to find them.

A total of 16 subway stations on the 4, 5, and 6 lines in Manhattan and Brooklyn between Grand Central-42 Street and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center have rolled out first.

In addition to the subways all Staten Island buses are up and running.

Don’t worry, your Metrocard won’t become extinct until 2023 when the program begins in full.

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Would you live here in Crown Heights?

We think you should. This spacious 1 Bedroom apartment is sure to wow your family and friends when you host dinner parties in the new kitchen.

And after hosting duties are over, relax in the spacious new bathroom where you can create a spa-like atmosphere.

It’s completely renovated but still retains its original details marrying the best of both worlds.

Enjoy modern creature comforts with washer/dryer in the unit, new kitchen and bath.

Original hardwood floors, high ceilings, fireplace mantel, walk in closets remains.

Let us know when you’d like to see this apartment in person.

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Are you old enough to remember 1971 Myrtle Ave and Jay St?

Myrtle Ave and Jay St in 1970

While we bemoan the rapid development growth in Brooklyn today, would you even recognize the transformation of Myrtle Ave and Jay St that began the rise of MetroTech?

If you’re fortunate enough to be a person of a certain age, then perhaps you’ll remember the Mullins Furniture Store on Myrtle Ave in this picture.

If that doesn’t bring nostalgic memories, how about the green telephone booth on the corner?

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Is it time to upgrade your window air conditioner?

Summer weather will eventually make an appearance.

And when it does, lets hope you’re ready to cool down with the best air conditioner available for your home.

So if you’re not the fortunate ones to have central air running throughout your home, you can consider these choices based on your needs. Did you know that some air-conditioners can be linked to your smart phone? Air conditioners have certainly come a long way.

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