Sharing a toilet with neighbors, tips for creating calm spaces, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | January 28, 2022 - 10:30AM 

Could you live in a New York City apartment where the only toilet was in the hall and shared with neighbors on your floor? (The New York Times)

Human Rights Watch warns that NYCHA’s plan to place one-third of its 175,000 apartments in the hands of private managers could compromise tenant’s rights (The City)

Research finds that gas stoves leak methane, a greenhouse gas, even when they are turned off (The New York Times)

Central Park Tower, the world’s tallest residential building at 217 West 57th St., has its first resale (The Real Deal)

A look at the fight brewing over One45, a mixed-use development with affordable housing planned for Harlem (The City)

Tips for creating quiet and serene spaces in small, noisy NYC apartments (New York Post)

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