The high cost of subway delays, NYC's luxury condo market takes a hit, more

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | October 2, 2017 - 11:00AM

A new app aims to help low-income parents of middle schoolers learn more about their public high school options (DNAinfo)

They're not just annoying. Subway delays are costing the city hundreds of millions of dollars a year, according to Comptroller Scott Stringer's office (Gothamist)

It's lonely at the top: New York's luxury condo market just had its weakest third quarter since 2012 (The Real Deal)

Moving to a new place with your pet? Here's how to get it acclimated to the new digs (My First Apartment)

A Cobble Hill bar's bathroom is in the running for the crown of America's Best Restroom (Brooklyn Paper)

Watch the remnants of the old Kosciuszko Bridge get blown to smithereens here (Gothamist)

Here's a guide to picking the perfect size rug, no matter how small your room (Apartment Therapy)


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