Now might be the time to buy on the Upper West Side, the rules for decorating small spaces, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | September 29, 2014 - 10:59AM

Good news, bad news: Upper West Side rentals are getting turned into condos, offering more options for buyers (NYT)

Living in a tiny apartment? Follow these "10 commandments" for decorating effectively (Apartment Therapy)

Why you should get on board with the city's new composting program (Gothamist; previously)

Think your building's board is bonkers? This convoluted tale from Manhattan Valley will put things in perspective (Habitat Magazine)

How to get your landlord to put a ramp in the building (NYT)

Vinegar Hill is a cheaper alternative to DUMBO, if you can find something for sale (NYDN)

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