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- Uh oh, according to new climate data, over 800,000 New Yorkers will live in flood zones by the 2050s (New York Times)...
- ...but on the plus side, the Bloomberg administration has a $20 billion storm protection plan (New York Times)
- The average Manhattan rental price up 3.5% from a year ago--to $3,200/month (Elliman Report via CurbedNY)
- ...while Brooklyn rents take it slower for once (The Real Deal)
- Would you live with a couple? What about one expecting a baby? If so, you're not alone (New York Post)
- Finally some good news for buyers: Brokers can legally offer rebates on their fees (Malcom Carter)
- At least Park Slope parents can laugh at themselves... and their real estate woes (F'ed in Park Slope)
- And the 5 worst NYC buildings are... Rentenna's new "Complaints Score" feature keeps it all transparent (Rentenna)
- For those lucky New Yorkers with outdoor space, some accessories for entertaining (New York Times, previously)
- Population worries plague NYC. But where will everyone go? LIC? Red Hook? FiDi (Wall Street Journal)
- Related offers its own bike-share program in 10 of its luxury rental buildings (DNA Info)
- Open to renting or buying? Here's what real estate brokers call you behind your back (The Real Deal)
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