Upper West Side building considers "poor door," turns out microunits don't come with microrent, and more

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A poor door?! Upper West Side building may have a seperate entrance for its more affordable apartments (West Side Rag)

...meanwhile, questions about how affordable "microunit" apartments really are (NY Observer)

...and what it's like to spend 24-hours hooked living in one outfitted with very cool, very expensive space-saving furniture (CurbedNY)

Attention buyers: Working with a high-profile broker--or no broker at all--may boost your chances of landing, or even just getting to see, an apartment (The Real Deal)

Does your doorman need some sprucing up? A designer uniform might do the trick (Real Estate Weekly)

The 10 cheapest Manhattan townhouses available right now -- from $2.395 million up (Curbed)

And you thought YOUR neighbor's penthouse terrace was an eyesore - at least it's not an illegal mountain (Collosal)

Turns out a $1 a month two-bedroom in Harlem isn't as good  a deal as it seems (DNA Info)

Watch out hipsters, mom and dad may soon be your neighbors in Williamsburg (Wall Street Journal)

You're not just imagining things -- the gap between Brooklyn and Manhattan sales prices is getting smaller and smaller (Curbed)

On the Upper West Side, a case of city vs. the rats (NY Observer)

Wondering what the deal is with all those water tanks? Wonder no more (Habitat Magazine)

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