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Massive housing bias lawsuit, 'apartment mayors,' & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | May 25, 2022 - 10:30AM

Austin Havens-Bowen for Brick Underground

Housing Rights Initiative announces a lawsuit against 120 real estate companies and brokers caught in an undercover sting for mass civil rights violations (press release) 

New York City restaffs its housing discrimination unit as the value of rent vouchers rise (City Limits)

What do you call that person who seems to never move out while roommates come and go? The mayor of the apartment (Curbed)

A Fort Greene townhouse with Passive House design in contract for nearly $8 million breaks the neighborhood's price record (The Real Deal)

Sales launch at 118 East 1st St., an all-electric condo building in the East Village (press release)

What it's like living in Monroe, Connecticut, where you can get more space for your money (The New York Times) 

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