NYC's 'remarkable' comeback, Chelsea squatters disturb neighbors, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
January 3, 2022 - 10:30AM

Recapping New York City real estate's remarkably sharp comeback in 2021, a trend that's likely to continue in 2022 (The New York Times)

Neighbors say squatters at their Chelsea building at 216 Seventh Ave. are making life hell with fighting and loud sex (New York Post)

Can tenants set limits on construction workers who need access to a terrace at inconvenient hours? (The New York Times)

Back to life: A condo development at 206 Delancey St., which had been stalled for a decade, reaches its full height (Bowery Boogie)

NYCHA says it will convert six Brooklyn public housing developments to private management (Brooklyn Paper)

NYC must provide separate housing for homeless trans and gender non-conforming people in city shelters by December 2022 (Gothamist)


Jennifer White Karp

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Jennifer steers Brick Underground’s editorial coverage of New York City residential real estate and writes articles on market trends and strategies for buyers, sellers, and renters. Jennifer’s 15-year career in New York City real estate journalism includes stints as a writer and editor at The Real Deal and its spinoff publication, Luxury Listings NYC.

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