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Agents protest cap on broker fees, a futuristic terminal for LaGuardia, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | June 28, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Real estate agents protested yesterday at a City Hall public hearing for a bill that would cap broker fees to reduce the burden on renters (The Real Deal)

Red Hook’s industrial history is being dismantled brick by brick. What will replace it? (Curbed)

Governor Cuomo showed off futuristic renderings of LaGuardia Airport’s renovated terminal C, set to open in the fall (Gothamist) 

Chinese companies are no longer pouring record amounts of money into NYC real estate and luxury buildings are suffering (The Real Deal via Financial Times)

Two photos of Central Park’s reservoir taken nine years apart show how NYC has changed (West Side Rag)

P.A.'L.A.N.T.E Harlem, a tenant advocacy organization, will host a free conference for renters and owners on demystifying housing July 30th through August 1st (press release)

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