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Buying in Europe, South Street Seaport tower fight, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | July 25, 2022 - 10:30AM

Lower Manhattan residents sue to stop construction of a 26-story tower in the South Street Seaport that would include offices and 270 apartments, the majority of which would be affordable units (New York Daily News)

Luxury rental and condo developers are designing buildings with amenities aimed at the work-from-home lifestyle (The New York Times)

NYC too expensive for you? Consider moving to Europe, where the strong dollar will take you farther this summer (The Motley Fool)

U.S. home builders started construction on about 93,000 single-family homes in June, down 16 percent from the previous year (The New York Times)

Brooklyn nonprofit Riseboro reaches a settlement with private equity firm Blackstone and will take majority ownership of three affordable housing developments in Bushwick (Brooklyn Paper)

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