Turning raw space into an eclectic Williamsburg home, picking the rent-stabilization czars, and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | March 11, 2014 - 10:59AM

Bill De Blasio picking the folks who’ll decide on rent increases for stabilized units (NYT)

Meanwhile, Manhattan pol introduces bill to ban amenity segregation for rent-stabilized tenants (DNAinfo)

The ultimate perk: a no-parking zone repurposed into a curbside chauffeur hub? (NYT)

Crafting a home out of 150-year-old raw space: a Williamsburg couple shows how it’s done (Design*Sponge)

Brooklynites, ever wonder how your nabes got their names? (Forgotten New York via Brownstoner)

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