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The Dakota is among the city's 'best deals,' how to renovate a cookie-cutter townhouse, more

By Nathan Tempey | January 16, 2018 - 11:00AM 

Two residents of a public housing complex in Crown Heights were injured when a ceiling collapsed on them early Sunday morning (CBS2)

The city and the MTA are hosting a series of informational meetings about the planned L train closure (Bklyner)

The Mayor's Office claims that 24,500 "affordable" apartments were built or kept from deregulation in 2017, the most since 1989 (Associated Press)

Research suggests that low-income people have increased life expectancies if they live in big cities (CityLab)

How a couple turned a bland Carroll Gardens townhouse into something with a little more character (New York Times)

New luxury condo developments have taken away some of the luster of the Dakota, the famed Upper West Side co-op building (New York Post)

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