Nearly half of New York renters live with roommates, the fight to save lofts, more

By Nathan Tempey  | December 20, 2017 - 11:20AM

Tracing the through line between cuts to subway maintenance and misery on your commute (New York Times)

It's been a rough year. Here are some things to love about New York (New York)

A study finds that 40 percent of adult renters in New York are living with roommates (Curbed)

The City Council passed a law requiring housing officials to create a data portal where New Yorkers can find every landlord, what buildings they own, and their harassment and violation history (The Real Deal)

Foreclosed homes are dragging down property values in the Bronx, according to a report (Welcome2TheBronx)

An inside look at the fight to preserve artist lofts (Commercial Observer)

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