New Inwood zoning plan called ‘ethnic cleansing’ by residents, families are being driven out of Bushwick, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | July 24, 2018 - 11:00AM

The City Council is expected to approve new zoning for Inwood in early August, but residents say the plan is an “ethnic cleansing” (NY Post)

Tenants win the right to live rent free in their Hudson Square building (Real Estate Weekly)

Two Queens neighborhoods surpassed the $1 million median sales mark the second quarter of 2018, according to a new report (Curbed)

Families are being driven out of Bushwick. Since 2000, the rate of families with children in the neighborhood has been cut in half (Bushwick Daily)

A New Yorker moved into a new apartment with almost zero waste. See how she did it (The New York Times)

An "affordable" housing lottery opened for eight units in Greenpoint, but rents start at $2,270 a month (Brownstoner)


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