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Hell’s Kitchen developments mapped, a bill to extend filing time for rent overcharge claims, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi | October 10, 2018 - 11:00AM 

Mapped: 11 developments coming to Hell’s Kitchen that will further transform the neighborhood (Curbed)

A Harlem senator wants to give tenants an additional two years to dispute rent overcharges (NY Daily News)

A co-op is going smoke free, but does that mean current smokers will have to change their habits or can they get grandfathered in? (The New York Times)

A lawsuit was filed to fix a dilapidated building—no cooking gas for nearly a year; 249 open violations—due to landlord neglect (The Legal Aid Society press release)

Mayor de Blasio defended the city’s taking of more than 60 Brooklyn properties via the Third Party Transfer program and transferring them for redevelopment (Kings County Politics)

Six things to do to keep your apartment clean when you don’t have much time for housekeeping (Apartment Therapy)

 

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