NYC luxury sales rebound, pet policy complaints, & more

By Emily Myers | September 23, 2021 - 10:30AM 

Emily Myers for Brick Underground

A jump in sales of apartments over $3.8 million pushes Manhattan's median asking price to $1,425,000, the highest in more that a year, according to data from StreetEasy (press release)

Residents of Extell's affordable housing development, 227 Cherry St., say management does nothing about pet policy violations and dog messes in the hallways (Bowery Boogie) 

A program helps owners install solar panels and high-efficiently heating systems to meet green energy targets (CityLand)

NYC gets a $15 million federal grant to tackle youth homelessness (City Limits)

MTA police enforce mask wearing as fewer commuters comply with the rule (abc7 NY)

The long-planned rezoning of Gowanus gets approval from the City Planning Commission (The City)

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