Kushner Companies hit with $10 million lawsuit, neighborhoods with the most concessions, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | July 17, 2018 - 11:00AM

Kushner Companies was hit with a $10 million lawsuit by current and former Williamsburg tenants, claiming the company flouted construction laws to force out rent-stabilized residents from the Austin Nichols House (amny)

NYC neighborhoods with several new high rises are also those that are offering the most rental concessions (Curbed)

Preservationists have renewed efforts to landmark Walt Whitman’s Brooklyn home. The Landmarks Preservation Commission rejected a previous proposal last year (The New York Times)

Before and after: A $6,000 bathroom renovation completed in five days (Apartment Therapy)

A visceral reaction to any prospective new house is key, and a great neighborhood should appeal to more than two demographics, says Douglas Elliman luxury broker Darren Sukenik (Mansion Global)

Decanting isn’t just for wine. Use the practice to help declutter your home, particularly the kitchen and bath (Apartment Therapy)


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