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Decoded: The Most 'Dynamic' of Apartment Listings

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Welcome back to The Brokerbabble Glossary, where we take a word or a turn of phrase that seems to show up in an unreasonable number of listings and decipher its true meaning. If you have any ideas for us, send them to the tipline. Today's word: Dynamic.

The word "dynamic," when describing on-the-market apartments, can mean a lot of things. In this case, what it basically means is "existent." This apartment definitely has a floor plan—there are rooms, separated by walls, that you can walk between and ... yeah, that's about it.

It's hard to imagine this kitchen being any more dynamic than it already is, but we'll take their word for it.

The most common usage of "dynamic" is, of course, when it describes whatever neighborhood the apartment happens to be located in. Fun fact: one hundred percent of New York City apartment are within walking distance of "dynamic restaurants."

The Dynamic Parks Department (DPD) has really been dropping the ball since the High Line went up.
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