Bushwick's trash problems, Hamptons 'Succession' house sells, & more

By Emily Myers | December 2, 2021 - 9:30AM 

Emily Myers for Brick Underground 

An apartment building in Mott Haven heads to auction after the landlord filed for the wrong type of bankruptcy (The Real Deal)

Residents in Bushwick say their pleas to the city about mounting trash and rat problems are going unheard (Bushwick Daily)

Midtown will become more pedestrian-friendly for the holidays (Gothamist)

An East Village landlord is sued for taking rent payments from the account of the late Skylight Studios CEO Jennifer Blumin months after her death in a plane crash (The Real Deal)

The sprawling Hamptons house that appeared on HBO’s "Succession" sells for $45 million (Mansion Global)

What it's like to live in Kingston, NY, which has become a magnet for New Yorkers (The New York Times)

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