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Record condo price for downtown Manhattan, Park Slope residents create their own 'park', & more

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Looking to buy or sell? These are Manhattan’s top residential brokers (The Real Deal)

A penthouse in a new condo building along Chelsea’s High Line set a downtown Manhattan record when it sold for more than $59 million (The New York Times)

Owners on this block of brownstones in Park Slope created their own “park” by making their backyards communal (CityLab)

NYC residents who ride commuter rails pay more per mile than suburbanites (City Limits)

Four of the nation’s largest apartment developers have partnered with HomeShare, a roommate finding startup (Commercial Observer)

Skip the hanging kitchen cabinets and gain more storage space with these five budget pantry hacks (Apartment Therapy)