Flatbush landlord indicted, living full-time in the Hamptons, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
May 14, 2021 - 10:30AM

A Flatbush landlord was indicted on a manslaughter charge related to a 2019 fatal fire in one of his illegally subdivided apartments (Brooklyn Paper)

The Appraisal Institute is taking steps to root out racial bias. In recent years the international professional association did not see this as an issue (Bloomberg)

Four new MetroNorth stations are coming to the Bronx with connections to Penn Station through Moynihan Train Hall (amNewYork)

The pandemic helped transform the Hamptons from a weekend and summer getaway into a year-round community (The New York Times)

For the Democratic mayoral candidates confused about the median price in Brooklyn: Here’s what you could actually buy for $100,000  (New York Post)

Need some inspiration for painting your apartment? Check out the all-over color trend (Elle Décor)


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