Brownstone Brooklyn's in-demand architect, test driving Nest Secure, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | May 2, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Elizabeth Roberts, the in-demand architect responsible for transforming Brooklyn brownstones into showstoppers (The New York Times)

Test driving the $399 Nest Secure smart home integrated security system (Business Insider)

The city has the green light top open a homeless shelter on Billionaires’ Row (New York Post)

NYC has cleaner air, but Sunnyside and Woodside were found to have the most harmful pollutants (

Tenants at 919 Prospect Ave. in the South Bronx are suing their landlord, accusing him of inhumane living conditions (The Real Deal)

The advantages for a landlord of a co-op vs. condo conversion (The Commercial Observer)

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