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New York

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under New York, from most recent to least.

The DC Station For a 15-Minute Train to Baltimore Comes Into Focus

The DC Station For a 15-Minute Train to Baltimore Comes Into Focus

Nena Perry-Brown | November 20th 2019

As the Northeast Maglev route from DC to Baltimore moves forward, more specifics are emerging about station locations.... read»

Do Renters Have the Right to a Physical Key?

Do Renters Have the Right to a Physical Key?

Nena Perry-Brown | March 25th 2019

A group of residents are suing the owner of their Manhattan multi-family building to demand the right to opt out of a keyless entry system.... read»

Amazon Abandons Plans For HQ2 in New York

Amazon Abandons Plans For HQ2 in New York

Nena Perry-Brown | February 14th 2019

The online behemoth announced its change of plans following mounting political pressure and public dissension in New York.... read»

WeWork Co-Founder Branches into the Business of Education

WeWork Co-Founder Branches into the Business of Education

Nena Perry-Brown | November 6th 2017

WeWork's founding partner and chief brand officer is establishing an elementary school.... read»

Could Manhattan Commutes Soon Trigger Congestion Taxes?

Could Manhattan Commutes Soon Trigger Congestion Taxes?

Nena Perry-Brown | August 14th 2017

As unsafe and inconvenient incidents on the New York subway system have become a near-daily reality, the mayor and the governor are offering once-unpo... read»

How Being an Airbnb Host Has Become a Full-Time Job

How Being an Airbnb Host Has Become a Full-Time Job

Nena Perry-Brown | April 7th 2017

Many localities are still trying to navigate the new world that Airbnb's independent short-term home rental service exemplifies. Meanwhile, New Yorker... read»

Airbnb's Legal Woes Continue in Largest U.S. Market

Airbnb's Legal Woes Continue in Largest U.S. Market

Nena Perry-Brown | October 24th 2016

New York is the most recent locality to pass a law discouraging Airbnb rentals -- and the company has filed a federal suit in response.... read»

$1,360 a Square Foot: What if DC Real Estate Went the Way of NYC?

$1,360 a Square Foot: What if DC Real Estate Went the Way of NYC?

UrbanTurf Staff | April 8th 2014

Recently released real estate statistics out of Manhattan reveal that price appreciation is skyrocketing. What if DC was experiencing that type of app... read»

New York is Test Driving Condos. Should DC?

New York is Test Driving Condos. Should DC?

Shilpi Paul | August 2nd 2012

Several New York buildings are trying out a strategy that can eliminate buyer's remorse: allowing people to "test out" condos before buying. Should DC... read»

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