City's rental market continues to fall, NY is the worst state to retire in, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | July 13, 2018 - 11:00AM

NYC’s rental market continued its downward trend and concessions remain prevalent across the boroughs according to the latest Douglas Elliman rental report (Curbed)

The best and worst states in which to retire. New York comes in dead last (Bankrate)

The rent-stabilized Solaire building in Battery Park City, with 293 rental apartments, wants to undergo a conversion to condos (The Broadsheet)

Renderings are available for a combination synagogue and condo development planned for Manhattan Beach (Bklyner)

A new report from the Urban Institute puts numbers behind the speculation that millennials aren’t buying homes compared to prior generations (Urban Institute)

Need a rest in the city that never sleeps? Mattress company Casper has opened a “nap cafe” next to its store in Greenwich Village (Apartment Therapy)

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