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In one of the most dramatic broker/tenant disputes we’ve encountered, the Post is reporting “[a] Chicago architect who moved to the Big Apple in June says her life became a nightmare after two hard-charging real-estate brokers got her fired from her job, broke into her Upper East Side apartment and took all of her belongings -- even her beloved dog -- when she couldn't pay the rent because she was the victim of identify theft.” (NYP)
Most owners and renters in New York City are required by their buildings to cover 85% of their floors with carpeting or other sound-proofing materials. ApartmentTherapy tells us how to shop for an environmentally-friendly rug. (ApartmentTherapy)
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