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New York City

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Tuesday’s Must Reads

Tuesday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | September 15th 2020

A fairer mix of uses for Fairfax County office park; the battle of Ellsworth Drive; and institutional landlords rush eviction filings amid... read »

Tuesday’s Must Reads

Tuesday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | September 8th 2020

Hyattsville townhouse project appealed; what national eviction moratorium means for DC area; and the where and why of DC's proposed property... 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... 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... read »

DC Rental Market Ranks As Country’s Third Most Expensive Even As Rents Fall

DC Rental Market Ranks As Country’s Third Most Expensive Even As Rents Fall

Tianna Mañón | January 6th 2016

The city's rental market ranks behind only San Francisco and New York in terms of priciness ... read »

The $1 Million Studio

The $1 Million Studio

UrbanTurf Staff | June 20th 2014

A studio has come on the market on the Upper West Side of Manhattan for just over $1 million. ... read »

A $30 Million Assessment in New York City

A $30 Million Assessment in New York City

Lark Turner | June 16th 2014

Every co-op owner's nightmare was realized in New York City when a building's residents took a $30 million assessment. ... read »

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