800 NYCHA children with lead poisoning, new condos flooding rental market, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | July 3, 2018 - 11:00AM

The de Blasio administration concedes that more than 800 children living in NYCHA apartments have tested positive for lead poisoning (New York Daily News)

New condos are flooding the NYC rental market. According to a StreetEasy report, more than 10 percent of condo units sold in NYC in 2017 were listed for rent within six month after their purchase (StreetEasy)

2 percent of NYC’s buildings emit nearly 50 percent of its CO2 pollution. They’re luxury towers (Huffington Post)

Two brothers and their families share this updated 1880s Brooklyn brownstone, which has changed hands only four times (Design*Sponge)

Madonna told by judge to quit messing with her UWS co-op neighbors after she lost a bid challenging a new rule requiring her presence when family or staff are in the apartment (New York Post)

Improve your kitchen storage with this $15 organizer that holds your kitchen wraps: aluminum foil, plastic wrap, sandwich bags (Apartment Therapy)

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