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This week, Brick Underground readers who are landlords or co-op and condo board members got the first chance to sign up for New York City’s Prohibited Building List, which is a database of buildings that do not allow short-term rentals. It’s part of NYC’s new Local Law 18, intended to put illegal short-term rentals back on the market as long-term rentals and ease the housing crisis.
Also of interest: Not only are NYC rents stuck at stratospheric heights, but rents for studios and one bedrooms are tracking higher relative to other apartment sizes. There’s high demand for living alone—and renters willing to pay the necessary premium.
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