NYC's sales market cools, new energy efficiency standards, & more

By Austin Havens-Bowen | July 6, 2022 - 10:30AM

Austin Havens-Bowen for Brick Underground

New signed contracts fell across the board for the New York City and suburban sales markets last month (The Real Deal)

Governor Kathy Hochul signs a bill increasing building energy efficiency standards (Commercial Observer)

3,418-square-foot condo listed for $3,995,000 is the largest apartment on the market in Long Island City (press release)

Hurricane season is underway and NYC's 100,000 residents living in unregulated basement apartments are at risk (Gothamist)

A West Village townhouse had the priciest sales contract last week despite a $6 million price cut (The Real Deal)

What it's like living in Gardiner, New York, an Ulster County town where you'll find mountain views and open spaces (The New York Times)




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