Rentals planned for the McGraw-Hall building, Brooklyn Heights condos nearly complete, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | June 29, 2018 - 11:00AM

The upper floors of the landmarked McGraw-Hill building in Midtown are to be converted into Art Deco-style luxury rentals (The Real Deal)

A new report finds that subway delays disproportionately affect low-income New Yorkers (Liberty Street Economics)

Developer Joseph Chetrit sues a hedge fund billionaire over $65,000 a month Upper East Side rental that was once home to Gianni Versace (The Real Deal)

Condos above the former historic Brooklyn Heights Cinema are nearly complete (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Live next door to Cynthia Nixon. Her Noho neighbor’s one-bedroom apartment at 10 Bleecker St. is on the market for $2.22 million (The New York Post)

A before-and-after look at a landmarked Harlem brownstone facade restoration (Brownstoner)

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