More millennials are buying homes, but it likely won't dampen rent increases in big cities just yet (Wall Street Journal)
In case you missed it: The developers behind the project formerly known as Atlantic Yards are having trouble renting nearly 100 apartments listed a year ago through the city housing lottery, because the high income requirements and proportionately high rents are more than market rents in the neighborhood (City Limits)
A Carroll Gardens storefront previously occupied by a brothel has reopened as a cocktail bar—with a bed in the back (Brooklyn Paper)
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