NYC co-op won't let doctor stay, showings must remain virtual, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
April 3, 2020 - 10:30AM

A co-op board refused to allow a doctor from New Hampshire who is a specialist in intubation stay in his brother’s empty Manhattan apartment (The New York Times)

Not so fast: Turns out brokers can still only show properties virtually, according to a new clarification (The Real Deal)

Here’s a guide for small businesses to access funds from the stimulus package (Vox)

Two renters who have lost income explain why NYC tenants need to unite for a rent strike (City Limits)

The white-collar working class of NYC and the other cities—that have been hit hardest by this pandemic—are the lucky ones (HuffPost)

Some millennials are sheltering in place in their childhood home and spending lots of time with their parents (The New York Times)


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