How brokers hide stale listings, potential addresses revealed for four new jails, & more

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

Listing trickery: Learn how brokers hide stale listings and price cuts (The Real Deal)

A shift of rent overcharge cases from the state’s Supreme Court to the Division of Housing and Community Renewal appears to have tilted these matters in the favor of landlords (Real Estate Weekly)

The August 28 deadline is approaching for owners of multiple dwellings in the city to adopt a smoking policy for buildings’ public and private areas, as per Local Law 127, passed last year (Habitat Magazine)

A Tribeca townhouse at 1 White St. that John Lennon and Yoko Ono listed as the embassy of their self-proclaimed country, Nutopia, in 1973 has sold for $8.12 million (New York Post)

The city’s plan to close Riker’s Island and replace its detention centers with borough-based facilities moved forward. Mayor Bill de Blasio released plans that include potential addresses and renderings for four new jails (Curbed)

Can mirrored walls and doors look good, or are they better left in the past (Apartment Therapy)


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