NYCHA pushes back on lead paint removal, new rules to regulate sites like Airbnb, & more

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For decades, NYCHA pushed back when a child in one of its units tested positive for lead (WNYC via New York Times)

Extra regulations are proposed to tighten up short-term rental abuses by sites like Airbnb (Curbed NY via Crain's)

One of the city's worst landlords is selling a Hamilton Heights building for $21 million (Commercial Observer)

A Manhattan tenant won a lower rent for a luxury studio after it was improperly deregulated (City Land)

The MTA's announced its Thanksgiving schedule ahead of the holiday (Press Release)

Brick Underground ranks in the top 10 of must-read real estate blogs (The Close)