Landlords unite over zoning in Soho and Noho, keeping tabs on Village landmarks, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | February 8, 2019 - 11:00AM

Residential and commercial landlords in Soho and Noho join forces to advocate for zoning changes in the neighborhood (Crain’s) 

Amid disappearing houses of worship, Trinity Church in Fidi is a major player in city real estate (The New York Times)

The Federal-era Brooklyn Heights home that inspired one-time neighbor Truman Capote’s “A House on the Heights” essay hits the market for $7.5 million (Curbed)

You can now sign up to receive notifications for applications for major changes to a landmarked property in and around Greenwich Village (press release)

Queen Latifah invests in a mixed-use redevelopment project in her hometown of Newark (press release)

Christie Brinkley sells her Sag Harbor mansion for 30 percent less than she listed it in 2016 (The Real Deal via New York Post)

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