One Wall Street begins building out condos, the city’s most popular dog breed, & more

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Phase two of One Wall Street’s conversion from offices to condos is underway as apartment and amenity build-outs begin in the landmarked Art Deco tower (Curbed)

City lawmakers and real estate industry players face off on rent regulation reform (The Real Deal)

Why Greenwich, Connecticut, continues to be a haven for the city's Wall Street types (Business Insider)

The French bulldog is once again the most popular dog breed in New York City (NBC4 via American Kennel Club)

Leasing launches for the first phase of “transit-oriented,” 640-unit Harrison Yards in Harrison, a Newark suburb (New York Yimby)

Good luck getting out of bed with these headboard hacks (Apartment Therapy)