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A neighbor's hoarding problem, developers eye Chinatown, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | April 25, 2022 - 10:30AM

A shareholder’s hoarding problem creates a roach infestation in their co-op building (The New York Times)

Newark’s Municipal Council lifts a controversial ban on homeless families relocating there with a New York City-issued rent voucher (City Limits)

If you think your NYC apartment is a rip-off: A Toronto listing offers a basement bedroom with three beds for $420 a bed (New York Post)

Pressure is on Chinatown property owners to sell to luxury real estate developers (The New York Times)

A hydroponic garden grows produce and herbs at the NYCHA’s Astoria Houses (NY1)

Side-by-side apartments are the answer for one long-married couple whose tastes diverged (Curbed)

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