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Landlords who hate being called landlords, Manhattan contracts dip, & more

By Emily Myers | June 2, 2022 - 10:30AM

Emily Myers for Brick Underground 

Apparently some landlords are embarrassed to be called landlords and would prefer to be called something else (Curbed)

Signed contracts for Manhattan apartments decline again because of a lack of inventory, according to the Elliman Report (press release) 

Mayor Eric Adams wants to shake up zoning rules to diversify businesses and boost affordable housing (The Real Deal)

Rising electricity costs force some low income New Yorkers to chose between staying cool and staying fed (The City)

Co-op and condo owners in NYC see property tax assessments rebound to pre-pandemic levels (Habitat Magazine)

Residents will move into the new affordable housing development at 1998 Second Ave. in the Bronx in August (New York Yimby)

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