Manhattan rents up 25 percent, help for 'the Hole,' & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | April 27, 2022 - 10:30AM

Prime neighborhoods in Manhattan see median rent increases of 25 percent or more in the first quarter of 2022, according to new data from StreetEasy (Bloomberg)

Tenants at buildings owned by Greenbrook Partners, a Brooklyn private equity-backed landlord, rally for good cause eviction (Brooklyn Paper)

The Rent Stabilization Association, a landlord group, proposes raising rents for stabilized apartments by 6.5 percent (The Real Deal)

Developers turn to prefabricated building parts like walls and bathrooms to skirt supply chain issues (The New York Times) 

City officials will try again to do something about the flood-prone Queens neighborhood nicknamed "the Hole" (Gothamist)

What it's like living in Dumont, New Jersey, where many budget-conscious New Yorkers relocate to buy a house (The New York Times)

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