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Aid for struggling owners, how Covid reshapes cities, & more

By Emily Myers | January 4, 2022 - 10:30AM 

Emily Myers for Brick Underground

Owners in New York who are struggling with mortgage payments can now apply for some of the $559 million set aside for the state's Homeowner Assistance Fund (press release)

Property taxes could rise for owners in Brooklyn under proposed city reforms (Brownstoner)

A look at how the pandemic has altered cities with the addition of small parks, outdoor restaurants, and bike lanes (Wired)

High tide flooding strands residents of a Far Rockaway neighborhood—neighbors say it happens frequently (CBS)

Residents of East New York in Brooklyn say the area's rezoning, approved in 2016, makes it a target for house flippers (CityLimits)

How to avoid accidents around your home treadmill (Washington Post)

 

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