Why Gen Z loves NYC, sales slow in the Hamptons, & more
By Emily Myers |July 15, 2021 - 10:30AM
Emily Myers for Brick Underground
New York City ranks second to Boston for Gen Z appeal, according to a study by CommercialCafe—with good colleges, internet speed, and entertainment options but poor marks for affordability (press release)
Local property tax increases in New York will be capped at 2 percent next year, although municipalities can override the cap if they choose (State of Politics)
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