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NY eviction ban extended, worrying Covid clusters in Brooklyn, & more

By Emily Myers | September 29, 2020 - 10:30AM 

Governor Andrew Cuomo extended the state's ban on residential evictions through January (amNewYork)

New York state’s Covid-19 infection rate has hit its highest level since mid-July with clusters in Brooklyn (New York Post)

The New York-Newark-Jersey City area ranks 40th in a national report focused on investment in new housing in 2020 (Porch)

Plans for a luxury high rise on the Upper West Side have been thrown out by a judge—developer Extell wanted to increase the tower's height with mechanical voids (The Real Deal)

Average rents for rooms in NYC are down 6 percent between February and August, according to roommate matching service, SpareRoom (press release)

After a successful pilot program in Central Park, running events could be coming back to the city (Gothamist)

 

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