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A renter’s guide to Mott Haven, former GE chief downsizes to $18.75 million pad, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi | June 12, 2018 - 11:00AM 

How one woman found a way to stay in Harlem on a fixed income as rents were rising (The New York Times)

Mott Haven is in the midst of a development boom. Check out this renter’s guide for the South Bronx neighborhood (Curbed)

Former GE head Jack Welch is downsizing from a $25.9 million apartment in Sutton Place to a Rosario Candela-designed two-bedroom co-op at 834 Fifth Ave. for $18.75 million (Mansion Global)

American household wealth topped $100 trillion for the first time, led by rising home prices (New York Post)

Seward Park residents are divided over the $53.7 million sale of air rights that will allow condos to flank the landmarked former Bialystoker nursing home building (The Lo-Down)

Look no further for easy-to-add, budget solutions to better utilize blank spaces for storage (Apartment Therapy)

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