Roosevelt Island gunman targets Manhattan apartment building, even lower-priced apartments can’t sell, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | August 22, 2018 - 11:00AM

A mystery gunman on Roosevelt Island has been shooting at apartments at One East River Place, located across the river in Manhattan, and terrifying tenants (New York Post)

Even lower-priced apartments couldn’t sell this summer and have been taken off the market. Brokers say tax law changes and higher interest rates are causing confusion (The Real Deal)

Find out which New York City neighborhoods have the most dog complaints, which spike in September, based on a new study by (New York Post)

Plans revealed for a mixed-use development in the Mount Eden section of the Bronx show it will include 255 apartments, 145 of which will be dedicated for nonprofit sleeping accommodations (YIMBY)

A look at one of Brooklyn Heights’s oldest houses, the Federal-style 24 Middagh St., dating to the early 19th century (Brownstoner)

Is there a difference between modern, minimalist, and contemporary design (Apartment Therapy)


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