Pieds-à-terre for NYC part-timers, clock ticks on state's eviction ban, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | August 30, 2021 - 10:30AM 

Some New Yorkers who left during the pandemic are buying pieds-à-terre to regain a foothold in the city (The New York Times)

Governor Kathy Hochul pulls the Legislature out of recess to address evictions. The state's ban on evictions ends tomorrow (The Real Deal)

A homeowner prevails in a court battle against a con artist who tricked him into signing over the deed to his Bed Stuy house (Brownstoner)

Over 5,000 NYCHA tenants have applied for rental assistance through New York’s Covid relief fund, a fraction of NYCHA households that missed payments (City Limits)

What to do when the tenant across the hall installs a Ring camera that’s aimed at your front door (The New York Times)

The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway loses a lane in both directions today as repair work commences on the triple-cantilevered section (Gothamist)

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