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Brooklyn's priciest address, NYCHA subsidy snafu, & more

By Emily Myers | May 12, 2022 - 10:30AM

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A NYCHA computer error mistakenly sends thousands of letters to tenants informing them their Section 8 rent subsidy is ending (The City)

With an average asking price of $2,458 per square foot, Dumbo's 30 Front St. could become Brooklyn’s priciest address (New York Post)

The last-minute addition of 150 rent-stabilized apartments to plans for One45 in Harlem is slammed by a local lawmaker as "11th-hour breadcrumbs" (Gothamist)

An affordable housing lottery launches for 14 apartments at 95-01 37th St. in Jackson Heights, Queens (New York Yimby)

Families of the victims who died in the Champlain Towers South condo building collapse in Surfside, Fla., reach a $997 million settlement (The New York Times)

Designers are using stripes to infuse color and energy into home furnishings (Architectural Digest)

 

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