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A $2,500 Brooklyn studio without a bed, New York's most talented doormen, and more

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$2,500 for a Brooklyn studio with a couch but no bed? Hmm.... (Gothamist)

Like the rest of us, a lot of the city's doormen have second, off-the-clock lives as artists (NYT)

New Jimmy McMillan robot helps you find an apartment where the rent (hopefully) isn't too damn high (Brokelyn)

Peel-and-stick tiles look surprisingly realistic (Apartment Therapy)

Yet another Brooklyn new development is shamelessly ripping off tenants (Gothamist)

Luxury buildings are increasingly using scent to subtly make them appealing to residents (NYT)

Inside the Merchant's House Museum, a perfectly preserved 19th-century townhouse on East 4th (Brownstoner)

Landlords are being accused of letting desperatey needed rent stabilized apartments sit empty (DNAinfo)

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