Common co-living comes to Manhattan, Crown Heights condo conundrum, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali  | November 16, 2018 - 11:00AM

After operating in Brooklyn and Queens, co-living brand Common just began construction for Common Clinton, its first Manhattan location—and its most eco-friendly (press release) 

If Carmel Partners’ rezoning application for a new 16-story building in Crown Heights is denied, condos could start at almost $1 million, with nary an affordable-housing unit in sight (Bklyner)

Hudson Companies plans to build a 30,000-square-foot, mixed-use building at 221 Port Richmond Ave. in Staten Island, the second-largest permit filing in the borough this year (The Real Deal)

Smoking isn’t just bad for your health—it can also have a negative impact on your home, too (Apartment Therapy)

What autumn real estate chill? NYC rents bucked seasonal trends to stay on the rise this fall (StreetEasy)

Want to know what your block looked like back in the day? The city digitized more than 700,000 photos taken between 1939 and 1941 for tax purposes and put them online (West Side Rag)


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