Landlords are pulling back on concessions, millennials are flocking to Washington Heights, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | June 26, 2018 - 11:00AM

Landlords are pulling back on concessions, according to Citi Habitats’ May rental report (Real Estate Weekly)

In a review of New York metro neighborhoods based on median home value increases over the past decade, Bushwick jumped the most in terms of its ranking, going from 189th to 90th (Bloomberg)

As Bushwick prices continue to rise, millennials are heading back across the East River and uptown to Washington Heights: The neighborhood has more people aged 20-34 than any other in New York City (New York Post)

Astoria residents regained the 30th Avenue and 36th Avenue train stations as they reopened after an eight-month closure; next up for repairs: Broadway and the 39th Avenue stations (Curbed)

A U.S. Air Force veteran had to become homeless before he could find a place to rent since landlords would not recognize his military housing allowance (New York Times)

Affordable and easy art ideas to refresh tired walls (Apartment Therapy)

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