NYC proposes new programs to encourage homeownership, when to restore wood floors, more

By Nathan Tempey  | December 12, 2017 - 11:22AM

The city is planning to convert some of the homeless shelters in private apartment buildings as part of a controversial Giuliani-era program into permanent below-market rate housing (The New York Times)

Here's how to tell if an old wood floor is worth restoring, or needs to be replaced (Brownstoner)

Loft tenants in Brooklyn say the city signed off on their building before the landlord brought it up to code (City Limits)

The Mayor's Office is proposing two new programs, one to help middle-class buyers purchase new condos, and one to help low and middle income homeowners repair their houses (Curbed)

How an obscure Brooklyn real estate investor helped launch WeWork (The Real Deal)

Here are some pretty mobile homes to fuel your road-trip fantasies (Apartment Therapy)

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