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Former WeWork CEO rejected by co-op boards, Downtown renters may be owed back rent, & more

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A Financial District couple is suing their landlord for illegally deregulating their apartment. They're among thousands of Downtown renters who may be owed years of back rent (The City)

Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has reportedly been rejected by multiple co-op boards of prestigious buildings (The Post)

Mayor de Blasio announced new initiatives in Chinatown following the murder-spree of four homeless men in the area (The Villager)

The MTA installed new technology along the L line in hopes to speed up the line's problematic service (Bushwick Daily)

The Dean & DeLuca flagship in Soho temporarily closes amid financial struggles and a dwindling inventory (Gothamist)

What you need to do to get a lower mortgage interest rate (Business Insider)