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An apartment good vibes how-to, gentrification coming to the Bronx, more

By Nathan Tempey | January 23, 2018 - 11:00AM 

Investors are fixated on Melrose and Concourse in the Bronx (The Real Deal)

A Queens developer says that a neighbor's complaints about construction problems are motivated by anti-Semitism (Pix11)

An L.A. designer's guide to making sure your home has "good vibes" (New York Times)

The owner of a Bowery apartment building vacated by the city over structural issues claims tenants illegally converted apartments into single-room occupancy rentals (Bowery Boogie)

A new law requiring conflict of interest disclosures by co-op boards is creating confusion (Habitat)

A more than 150-year-old West Village factory building turned residential is for sale as a single-family house, for $23 million. Look inside (Curbed)

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