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New rental developments on the market for fall, an UWS building hires a kosher consultant, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi | September 4, 2018 - 11:00AM 

Twenty new rental development projects with leasing recently started or about to this fall, mapped (Curbed)

An Upper West Side building hired a kosher consultant to create features that would meet the needs of observant Jews (The New York Times)

The most expensive real estate in the U.S. saw $1 billion in price cuts over the past few months (CNBC)

A city housing lottery has opened for 133 rentals in Mott Haven, starting at $464 a month (Curbed)

Mayor de Blasio looks to resurrect his Brooklyn Queens Connector or BQX streetcar with a shorter route that will cost more (Gothamist)

A compilation of the best, and worst, roommate stories (CityLab)

 

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