A co-op saves big bucks by going solar, mapping Manhattan's historic homes, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | October 21, 2014 - 11:02AM

Installing solar panels could save your building as much as $250,000 a year (Habitat Magazine)

A new map shows Manhattan neighborhoods with the most historic homes (City Lab)

Another, more depressing new map highlights areas with the highest concentration of "worst landlords," and most of 'em are uptown (DNAinfo)

FEMA guidelines mean it will cost New Yorkers a lot to storm-proof their homes (Crain's)

Much-needed tips for reducing your apartment's clutter (Apartment Therapy)

Photos of the new condos in the Woolworth building are pretty sweet (Curbed NY)

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