How parents drive NYC school segregation, where affordable housing is most threatened, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | May 11, 2018 - 11:00AM

New York schools aren't segregated just because the city's neighborhoods are segregated. New research shows how parent choices also play a role (New York Times)

Downtown Brooklyn's community board voted against a proposed 74-story tower that activists say is out of scale for the neighborhood and a giveaway to developers (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Why a Brooklyn social worker decided to switch gears and become a property manager (Habitat)

A new report outlines which New York neighborhoods' affordable housing is most at risk (Curbed)

Are traditional real estate brokerages doomed? (The Real Deal)

Bushwick loft residents are protesting a proposed new apartment building that would render some of their apartments uninhabitable (Bushwick Daily)

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