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The median income in Manhattanthe number that half of Manhattan’s workers are above, and half are below is $67,000 . Michael Kenny’s compensation exceeds that by a minimum of 70 percent, and perhaps by more than 300 percent. Given his occupation as a corporate lawyer for a $155 billion global banking conglomerate and his pedigree as a graduate of two Ivy league schools, he is by any measure a verified member of the city’s elite. And yet he pays less than $2,000 per month by virtue of a set of regulations designed to prevent landlords from sharply raising rents on people who are, by birth or by circumstance, excluded from that elite. There are 1,025,214 rent-stabilized units in New York City , constituting nearly half of available renting stock.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Wales home available for rent

By Victoria Taylor / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 12:19 PM Comment PETER NICHOLLS/AFP/Getty Images The Anglesey abode where Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, lived for three years will be rented out when they move, according to reports. Related Stories Prince William, Kate Middleton pose with son Prince George in official royal family portrait Here’s your chance to live like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge . The Wales farmhouse where Prince William and Kate Middleton lived for three years will be available to rent, according to The Telegraph . RELATED: PRINCE WILLIAM LEAVES ROYAL AIR FORCE TO FOCUS ON PRINCE GEORGE The secluded, four-bedroom house on the Isle of Anglesey is said to have beautiful views of Snowdonia and access to a private beach, a source told E!
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