Chris Rock makes bank on Clinton Hill carriage house, preservation fails in Scarsdale, more

By  | January 19, 2018 - 11:00AM

Some details of the governor's congestion pricing proposals have come out, including that it would cost drivers $11.52 per trip to drive into core Manhattan (New York Times)

The owner of a 4,000 square foot house in Scarsdale convinced preservation officials to allow the demolition of the house on the basis that no one would want to buy it as-is, and its location on the lot made it hard to had onto. You can buy (and save) it for $2.775 million (Brownstoner)

More than half of New York City's daycare centers are in residential buildings. Here's what it's like to live upstairs from one (New York Times)

75 rent-stabilized tenants are displaced from their Bowery building after inspectors deemed the staircase and fire escapes structurally unstable (Bowery Boogie)

Nuns are evicting close to 100 seniors from a building in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn after selling it for upwards of $20 million (Brooklyn Paper)

Chris Rock sold his Clinton Hill carriage house for $3.4 million, 10 times what he bought it for in 1994 (Brownstoner)

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