StreetNoise

City living and liberalism, what to do when your co-op catches fire, more

By Nathan Tempey | December 13, 2017 - 11:30AM 

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Realtor lobbyists are pushing for last-minute changes to the GOP tax proposal (The Real Deal)

East Williamsburg public housing tenants are upset about a city plan to build market-rate housing in a parking lot in their development (Curbed)

Here's where the City Council speaker candidates stand on housing policy issues (City Limits)

How a Greenwich Village co-op board responded in the moments after a major fire (Habitat)

How living in a city shapes our politics (CityLab)

A snowman appeared on the roof of an Upper West Side building over the weekend (West Side Rag)

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