A rental with a hellish address, reading the fine print on your lease, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | September 26, 2014 - 10:59AM

If you can get past the "666" street address, $1,900 a month for this Bed-Stuy 1.5-bedroom seems like a pretty good deal (Brownstoner)

Renting in NYC for the first time? Brush up on the basics of what should (and shouldn't) be in your lease (Refinery29)

The Upper West Side is facing an onslaught of new condos, some of them affordable, others, significantly less so (NYP)

Interested in the future of Bushwick's affordable housing? Check out this weekend's Right to Housing workshop (DNAinfo)

If you've got $25,000 a month to drop on rent, we could think of worse ways to spend it than a place in the turret of the Ansonia (NYO)

If you're an outer-borough dweller, do you consider yourself a resident of "the city"? (Brownstoner Queens)

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