NYC's population drops by 300,000, slashing rents in the Hamptons, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | June 1, 2022 - 10:30AM

Austin Havens-Bowen for Brick Underground

Landlords in the Hamptons slash asking rents for vacation rentals by 30 percent or more as a result of "a tremendous amount of inventory" and weakened demand (CNBC)

New York City's population fell by 300,000 since last summer according to recent Census numbers (The City)

Construction begins at Edgemere Commons, an 11-building affordable housing complex in Queens (New York YIMBY)

Developers withdraw zoning applications for One45, a controversial Harlem affordable housing project (The Real Deal)

A writer embarks on a 60-day journey to find an apartment in Bed-Stuy for her family of four (Curbed)

What it's like living in New Haven, Connecticut, where you'll find big-city culture with a laid-back vibe (The New York Times)

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