New management for notorious landlord Steve Croman's buildings, modular construction faces NYC challenges, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | June 21, 2018 - 11:00AM

A new management company will take over notorious landlord Steve Croman’s 100-plus buildings for five years (Commercial Observer)

This $25 million Upper East Side penthouse not only has multiple terraces, it also has a private elevator and its own water tank (Curbed)

Former Jehovah’s Witnesses dormitory in Downtown Brooklyn may be converted into 507 apartments for low-income residents instead of a luxury hotel (Brooklyn Eagle)

Despite needing some TLC, this single-family Park Slope brick house is asking $1.8 million (Brownstoner)

Modular construction faces a bumpy road in New York City (Next City)

Nine stylish dog beds, including a felt teepee, that won’t disrupt your design scheme (Apartment Therapy)

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