I.M. Pei's notable NYC buildings, a historic townhouse gets a $33 million price chop, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | May 17, 2019 - 11:00AM

City real estate players weigh in on de Blasio’s presidential run (The Real Deal)

A map of notable NYC buildings by acclaimed architect I.M. Pei, who died Thursday at 102 (Curbed)

A 1934 10-bedroom townhouse built by the founder of CBS is back on the market with a $33 million price chop (New York Post)

A short film set in Bushwick sheds light on alcoholism among millennials in the Brooklyn neighborhood (Bushwick Daily)

A bill introduced in New York state wants to ban landlords from using facial recognition software in residential buildings (Crain’s)

7 good reasons to rethink how you sort your laundry (Apartment Therapy)


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