'New York is not dead, but it is on life support'
But the pandemic wore her down.
"I was like, 'the city's going to come back. By July, it's going to be okay. But it just kept not being ok," she says.
"I wasn't planning on leaving at all," she adds. "It was a complete switch."
Since March, property firms and moving companies have reported a rush of demand from people leaving New York, many of them young families, as the pandemic drives demand for bigger homes and more outdoor space, while making relocation easier by expandi...