Life in the trees in Hastings, a rent-stabilized subletter gets the boot, more

By Nathan Tempey  | January 2, 2018 - 11:00AM

It's not exactly a treehouse, but this modernist house in Hastings-on-Hudson is up in the branches (New York Times)

Commercial real estate is dominated by men, and rife with sexual harassment and sexism. Could that change in the era of #MeToo (The Real Deal)

New York landlords will soon be required to post energy efficiency grades (The Architect's Newspaper)

The renter caught subletting a rent-stabilized apartment overlooking Prospect Park laments getting kicked out (New York Times)

Appeals judges have ruled against the Brooklyn Heights activists fighting to stop the construction of a hotel in Brooklyn Bridge Park that they say is taller than should be allowed (Brooklyn Eagle)

The city received nearly 6,000 heat complaints over three days last week (Daily News)

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