Jilted on a gym, landlord sabotage is on the rise, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | February 25, 2014 - 10:59AM

You get what you pay for? New gym in Upper West Side rental reserved for market-rate tenants only (DNAinfo)

Why would a landlord take an axe to his own building’s boiler? Or destroy a kitchen with a sledgehammer? Sabotage! (Gothamist and NYT)

In another sign Brooklyn is too expensive: Priced-out blogger chronicles borough from upstate (NYT)

A crafty new way to store a bike (or coat or umbrella) in a tiny space (Atlantic Cities)

Pack everything else before the kitchen--and other handy moving tips (Zillow)

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