Busting housing lottery myths, new development for Staten Island, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | May 13, 2022 - 10:30AM

Developer Madison Realty Capital files plans for a mixed-use building with 100 studios and one bedrooms at 364 Bay St. in Tompkinsville on Staten Island (The Real Deal via Staten Island Advance)

Setting the record straight: You won’t be kicked out of a housing lottery apartment if your income goes up (StreetEasy)

Over 1,100 new condo units in about a dozen Manhattan buildings will go on the market by the end of the year (New York Post)

Where can you buy a house for less than $150,000? Hint: not in NYC (The New York Times)

Mayor Eric Adams proposes cutting $180.5 million from Department of Transportation’s budget for fixing the crumbling BQE (amNY)

An $8 gadget that looks like a Lego character makes cleaning your microwave almost fun (Architectural Digest)

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