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Housing voucher lawsuit filed, a condo made of timber, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | May 11, 2022 - 10:30AM

The Legal Aid Society and Handley Farah & Anderson file a lawsuit against 28 brokers and landlords. The suit alleges they discriminated against low-income tenants who use housing vouchers (press release)

The city's first condo building built with mass timber, 670 Union, launches sales. The development also meets Passive House standards (Curbed)

Renters at Common's co-living buildings complain about lousy maintenance, poor security, and lack of communication (The Real Deal via The Daily Beast)

Queens Borough Board members discuss a proposed smoke-free housing resolution that would allow Queens landlords to ban smoking in their buildings (QNS.com)

A Crown Heights family faces a second eviction from their home of over 70 years after a judge drops their deed theft claim (The Real Deal)

What it's like living in Cutchogue, NY, an appealing alternative to the Hamptons (The New York Times)

 

 

 

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