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A UES luxury condo building goes broke, Park Slope residents fed up with construction, & more

By Jennifer White Karp | November 8, 2019 - 11:00AM 

Be glad you don’t live in this luxury Upper East Side condo building, which has run out of money, and can’t pay staff or fund operations, thanks to the developer’s bizarre family feud (The Real Deal)

Park Slope townhouse residents have had it with the vibrations and shaking caused by a water main replacement project (Bklyner)

Two modern condo buildings, 10 Bond St. and The American Copper Building, eschew the usual glass and steel for terra cotta and copper instead (New York Magazine)

A critic asks: Is the Lower East Side mega-development Essex Crossing the anti-Hudson Yards? (The New York Times)

The city broke ground on Van Dyke III, a new 180-unit affordable housing development in Brownsville, with 54 units reserved for formerly homeless households (press release)

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