A dig at real estate reality tv, how NYC apartments measure up, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | May 20, 2022 - 10:30AM

A public dog run opened next to The Bellslip, a new development in Greenpoint on the East River (Brooklyn Paper)

Reality tv portrays a "horrible" depiction of real estate brokers, says Bess Freedman, CEO of Brown Harris Stevens (CNBC)

NYC apartments are some of the smallest nationwide, averaging 724 square feet, according to a survey from RentCafe (press release)

Actor Patrick Gallo of “The Offer" shares where to get good eats in Red Hook (Brooklyn Based)

A single Staten Island block offers three different approaches to rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy (The City)

Out of the top U.S. cities, NYC has the most properties for sale built in the past decade, about 4,500, as per a new report from Point2 (press release)

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