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A $10,000 broker fee, 122-year-old mansion saved, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | June 10, 2022 - 10:30AM

Apartments at 50 Penn are intended for households earning $36,060 to $96,080 for a family of three.

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A move by the Landmarks Preservation Commission spares a 122-plus-year-old mansion at 441 Willoughby Ave. in Bed-Stuy from demolition (Brownstoner)

Talk about sticker shock: A rent-stabilized apartment on the Upper East Side comes with a $10,000 high broker fee (Hell Gate)

The City Council considers phasing out a heating oil used in most buildings five years earlier than was agreed upon (City Limits)

50 Penn, a 218-unit, 100 percent affordable housing development opens at 50 Pennsylvania Ave. in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn (press release)

Increasingly fewer companies expect their employees to return to work five days a week (The New York Times)

Homeless New Yorkers and advocates demand the mayor allocate $1 million to fix the housing voucher system

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