Most Popular Posts

Where renters can turn during the pandemic, apartment buildings brace for staff shortages, & more

Share this Article

This week, readers turned to Brick Underground for information on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting real estate and living in New York City, including an article on some of the ways renters can get some financial assistance.

Another article of interest: Managing companies have been warning boards that staff member shortages may result in residents having to pitch in and care for their buildings themselves.

Here, in full, are this week's most popular posts.

1) New York renters hurt financially by coronavirus may get some relief

2) As coronavirus fears grow, questions loom for NYC apartment buildings [UPDATED]

3) Some NYC apartment buildings told to prep for coronavirus like a doorman strike

4) NYU students scrambling after sudden notice to vacate dorms by March 22 [UPDATED]

5) Gyms, pools, and playrooms close and move-ins canceled in NYC buildings to limit coronavirus spread