Apartment hunting agony, the mayor's housing mystery, & more

By Emily Myers | June 23, 2022 - 10:30AM

Emily Myers for Brick Underground 

This hurts: Renters wait in an hour-long line to view a tiny one bedroom in the East Village asking $2,337 a month (New York Post)

Plans for a new rental development with some affordable units in Throggs Neck in the Bronx generates anger and sparks accusations of racism (Gothamist)

A snapshot of the rental market from StreetEasy shows the number of listings in NYC increased in May—the first uptick in 18 months (press release)

Questions persist about the Mayor Eric Adams' real estate after he admits he still owns shares of a Brooklyn co-op that he previously said he "transferred" to a friend (The City)

Gritty, industrial East Williamsburg offers '80s-era charm and relative affordability (The New York Times)

An affordable housing lottery launches for 84 apartments at twin buildings in Williamsbridge Gardens in the Bronx for those earning up to $132,400 (New York YIMBY)

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