De Blasio's plans to keep NYC affordable for the rest of us, tallying your "gentrification footprint," and more

By Leigh Kamping-Carder  | May 6, 2014 - 10:59AM

Bill de Blasio unveils his $41 billion plan to make sure you can afford to live in NYC (Curbed NY)

Wouldn’t life be better if you had a stunt double for roommate interviews? (Thrillist)

When a building staffer’s accused of a crime, pick up the phone (Habitat Magazine)

Calculate your “gentrification footprint” and pay to offset it (Beta Beat, via The Real Deal)

Graffiti ups the value of your home? (New Yorker)

How much does a real-life kitchen reno cost? One West Villager spills the numbers (Apartment Therapy)

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