What SRO living is like, a new federal housing program has rare bipartisan support, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | August 3, 2018 - 11:00AM

What it’s like to live in NYC’s original micro apartment—the SRO, where tenants share a communal hallway bathroom (New York Post)

Central Harlem’s and Hamilton Height’s new rental and condo developments, mapped (Curbed)

Demand for new and improved apartments is driving millions of dollars in investment to Ridgewood, Queens (Real Estate Weekly)

A new federal housing program has rare bipartisan support—and it’s helping residents of Queens, which has received $560 million in funds (Bloomberg)

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Borough President Eric Adams announced this year’s winner for Brooklyn’s greenest block (Bklyner)

Whether you want to redecorate or help cut down on the noise you create for your downstairs neighbors, here are 10 sources for good rugs when you’re on a budget (Apartment Therapy)


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