Extreme co-op security practices, making the move from Brooklyn to the Bronx, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | June 8, 2018 - 11:00AM

Are co-op buildings that take pictures of each visitor going too far in terms of privacy? (Habitat Magazine)

This actor left Brooklyn for the Bronx after a significant rent hike and purchased his first apartment (The New York Times)

See how a couple transformed a corner townhouse in Carroll Gardens with a gut renovation that turned a dark building into a duplex with plenty of light—and two outdoor spaces (Brownstoner)

Nonprofits like the Bowery Residents Committee are taking a holistic approach to addressing the affordable housing and homelessness problem in New York City (Next City)

The Upper East Side townhouse once owned by the publishing magnate Arthur Scribner finally sold for $16 million—nearly half its original 2016 asking price of $31 million (The Real Deal)

One of the newest home design trends? Statement vanities (Apartment Therapy)

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