Luxury condos boast 'Making the Bronx Great Again,' how the Trumps avoided condo fraud indictment, more

By Nathan Tempey  | October 4, 2017 - 11:30AM

How one Lower East Sider decorated her tiny apartment, which measures less than 400 square feet (New York Times)

30 people have been arrested for allegedly using forged government parking placards to park willy-nilly (DNAinfo)

A new luxury condo development in the South Bronx is billing itself as "Making the Bronx Great Again" (Welcome 2 The Bronx)

It's many a New Yorker's fantasy to have a backyard. One Queens resident achieved the dream, then allegedly took it a step further by growing over a dozen marijuana plants (QNS)

The duplex penthouse at One Brooklyn Bridge Park is listed for a cool $19.5 million, and comes with a wine room and private rock wall (Curbed)

The story of h​​​​​​ow Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr. were criminally investigated over the Trump SoHo hotel and condo development but avoided prosecution (WNYC)

Notorious landlord Steve Croman has been sentenced to a year on Rikers Island for mortgage and tax fraud (Daily News)

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