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Smart homes that nag, Saudi prince sells a triplex with bulletproof panic rooms, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | February 12, 2018 - 11:00AM 

Someone just bought a Saudi prince’s New York triplex with three bulletproof panic rooms for $36 million (The Real Deal)                                                              

An architecture firm envisions floating towers in the Hudson River for affordable housing (Dezeen)

For one San Francisco couple, having too many smart home appliances created a house that nagged constantly (Gizmodo)

A Brooklyn family is still in a homeless shelter three years after being forced out of their apartment by a landlord's illegal construction project in the backyard (New York Times)

Turns out putting food coloring in your toilet is a helpful DIY troubleshooting method (Apartment Therapy)

A new skyscraper aims to bring downtown-style luxury lofts to uptown (Architectural Digest)

 

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