Outer boroughs to get bulk of apartments in pipeline, a city housing lottery opened in Bushwick, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | October 30, 2018 - 11:00AM

Brooklyn, Queens to receive bulk of NYC’s 31,000 apartments in the pipeline by 2020, per a report from (Curbed)

A city housing lottery opened in Bushwick offering 67 newly constructed apartments starting at $1,759 a month for a studio (Brownstoner)

A new report on affordable homeownership in New York City found that investor purchases have doubled since the foreclosure crisis, with 62 percent of affordable single-family home purchases in 2017 going to investors (Center for NYC Neighborhoods)

A Park Row site that once housed part of the J&R Music and Computer World empire is being developed into a 110-unit luxury condo building (The New York Times)

A new science project, Never Home Alone, encourages people to photograph and submit the types of insects they find in their apartments and houses (The New York Times)

Global luxury residents register slowest growth in nearly six years; NYC shows price declines (Mansion Global)


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