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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 »

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 »

A Nice Place For a Sleepover: The Ups and Downs of a Night in a Micro-Unit

A Nice Place For a Sleepover: The Ups and Downs of a Night in a Micro-Unit

Nena Perry-Brown | June 13th 2016

A New York Times reporter recently spent one night in Carmel Place, New York City's first micro-apartment development. ... read »

Construction to Begin on NYC’s Floating Public Park

Construction to Begin on NYC’s Floating Public Park

Nena Perry-Brown | May 5th 2016 | 1 Comment

Remember the floating public park proposed as a transformation of a New York City pier? Construction is starting this summer. ... read »

Could the Dupont Underground Become a Subterranean Park?

Could the Dupont Underground Become a Subterranean Park?

Lark Turner | June 19th 2015

New York City's proposed "Lowline" project could point a way forward for Dupont Circle's old trolley station. ... read »

NYC Debates a Controversial Condo Project with $300 Million in City Benefits

NYC Debates a Controversial Condo Project with $300 Million in City Benefits

Lark Turner | February 17th 2015

A development that would require city approval is generating fierce opposition from locals. ... read »

NYC’s Floating Park Gets Approval

NYC’s Floating Park Gets Approval

Lark Turner | February 12th 2015 | 1 Comment

The Hudson River Park Trust voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve billionaire Barry Diller's ambitious project. ... read »

75% of NYC Airbnb Rentals are Illegal, Attorney General Says

75% of NYC Airbnb Rentals are Illegal, Attorney General Says

Lark Turner | October 16th 2014

Three-quarters of the city's listings are violating at least one law, according to a new report. ... read »

What Does a NYC Renter Look Like?

What Does a NYC Renter Look Like?

Shilpi Paul | December 14th 2012

In a slight departure from all things DC-real-estate related, UrbanTurf wanted to share this snapshot of a New York City renter. Naked Apartments, a... read »

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