Affordable housing deserts, living in Catskill, N.Y., & more

By Emily Myers | May 19, 2022 - 10:30AM

Emily Myers for Brick Underground 

New affordable housing is not being built in parts of New York City, leading to increased homelessness, according to data from the New York Housing Conference (City Limits)

NYC's apartment vacancy rate increases but the "housing emergency" status—and therefore rent regulation—survives (The City)

A handful of longtime NYC landlords cash out of apartment buildings in Manhattan and the Bronx (The Real Deal)

Catskill, NY, has long drawn creative types—now there's a new influx from the city (The New York Times)

An affordable housing lottery launches for 180 apartments at 33 Bond St. in Downtown Brooklyn (New York Yimby)

Five steps to painting a DIY mural in your living space (Architectural Digest)

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