The next generation of residential architecture: How architects are changing the way we live

By Michael TashmanThe first-floor apartments are popping up all over New York, and they’re all designed to be more affordable and flexible.

But how much of a difference will that make?

The first floor of a new Manhattan apartment could be more expensive than the last, says Sarah Cramer, an architect at Urban Institute in New York.

The first two floors are not cheap.

If you’re paying $1,200 a month for a two-bedroom apartment in a building with a 2,600 square foot floorplan, you’re looking at a $400 per month monthly increase in costs, according to Cramer.

That’s because the floors are designed with the goal of creating a high-density space, and are supposed to allow for the best use of space.

But that also means that they can’t have all the amenities that come with a first floor.

You can see how that’s changing, Cramer says.

It’s not just about making space more expensive for the first floor, but making space that’s more flexible and affordable for the last floor.

She says that a high floor, or “luxury,” floor is still very much an architectural concept.

It has a specific purpose, and it’s designed to support a home, a business or a lifestyle.

She says the difference between a luxury floor and a low floor is that a luxury is built with the intent of making a space more affordable for tenants.

But for a low-income household, the purpose is to provide more space for living, not more amenities. 

For many people, that means a higher cost for the living space.

They’re still living in the same building, with the same amenities.

But the floors they’re paying more for may not be as high as the floors on a luxury.

For example, Cramers apartment at 1135 Fulton Street in Midtown Manhattan has a high first floor and low floor, which means the price for the high floor is $1.7 million a year, versus $1 million a month on a high.

And the price is $5,500 per month for the low floor. 

If you’ve never had a first- and second-floor apartment, that’s not too far off the norm, according the Urban Institute.

So what will that change mean for developers?

In the short term, the answer is that they may find that the buildings they are building in need of renovations will be more costly.

But as we get further into the century, more and more people are starting to buy their first floor homes, and the buildings will have to be updated to allow them to be used more, according Cramer’s analysis.

She suggests that the next generation architects are starting a trend of design that is going to be even more affordable.

“It will be less about the height and more about the design that you can build in the building,” she says.

Cramer says that the new designers will have a bigger impact on how affordable and affordable they can make the building.

That means that the apartments will have more of an effect on the cost of living.

And if the designers can make it work, the buildings could also become more affordable in the long term.

That could mean that developers can get more tenants in and out of the building, and that’s good for the local economy.

In addition to the housing shortage, there’s also the issue of traffic congestion.

While the number of new units is up, it’s still not as much as the number that were built, says Cramer who says that in the past few years there has been an uptick in the number people using the subway.

She says that if they are able to accommodate more people, there could be an even more significant uptick in sales, and sales will be a key factor in determining how much people will be willing to pay for a home in the future.