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How to raise chickens in Brooklyn, a woman claims a co-op rejected her because she is gay, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi | June 13, 2018 - 11:00AM 

A family is making the farm-to-table experience personal by raising chickens in their Brooklyn backyard (Brownstoner)

Check out the interiors for the sleek condos in the new twisting towers along the High Line that comprise the upscale XI project (Curbed)

A woman claims a co-op rejected her because she is gay. A bill before the City Council would require co-op boards to disclose their reasons for rejecting an applicant (Habitat Magazine)

View proposed building renderings for 119-121 Second Ave., the site of the deadly gas explosion from March 2015 (EV Grieve)

New York State has fined and suspended dozens of real estate agents. Incomplete records make it hard to find out if your agent is one of them (The Real Deal)

A sweet kitchen makeover for just $6,000 (Apartment Therapy)

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