Affordable housing crisis threatens NYC, tips to handle a landlord trying to evict you, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | August 7, 2018 - 11:00AM

NYC’s lack of affordable housing threatens the city’s future, according to a new Department of City Planning report (The Real Deal via Crain’s New York)

If you think your landlord is trying to get you to move out, here’s advice on how to handle the situation (Apartment Therapy)

City Council member Francisco Moya will not back the Inwood rezoning plan without a task force and further changes (Curbed)

When the dog picks where you’ll live next: A Brooklyn couple forego nicer apartments to get outdoor space for their ailing Beagle mix (The New York Times)

Dockless bikes were introduced to the city just a few weeks ago, but there already are complaints that too many are broken down—or they can’t be found at all (New York Post)

Seven designers share their favorite paint colors for a relaxing apartment (Apartment Therapy)


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