Activists block traffic for rent control, UES murder apartment is a tough sell, more

By Nathan Tempey  | November 28, 2017 - 11:17AM

Tenants' rights protesters got arrested blocking traffic in Midtown to call attention to their demand for a rent freeze on rent-controlled apartments (Daily News)

The owner of an Upper East Side apartment that was the scene of a gruesome murder is having trouble renting it (New York Post)

Donald Trump paid out over $1 million to settle a federal lawsuit over the undocumented immigrants he employed to prepare the Trump Tower site, newly unsealed documents show (The New York Times)

The Bronx Jerome Avenue rezoning has cleared a hurdle with Borough President Ruben Diaz's qualified approval (Curbed)

Brooklyn's second Apple Store opens this weekend next to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn Paper)

First the New York Wheel, now the outlet mall. The opening of Empire Outlets near the Staten Island Ferry Terminal has been pushed back (Staten Island Advance)

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