Immigrants priced out of Queens, what Mrs. Maisel's apartment would cost today, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
December 6, 2019 - 11:00AM

A report finds that two major Bloomberg-era rezonings displaced thousands of black and Latino residents (Curbed)

Community advocates say first-time immigrant buyers are being priced out of Queens (Next City)

Midge’s Upper West Side apartment in “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” would be worth $9 million today (StreetEasy)

Landlords would like to see state Sen. Julia Salazar’s “good cause” eviction bill buried for good (The Real Deal)

A Mediterranean-inspired estate in Warren, NJ, previously listed for $7.9 million, is going up for auction next week with no reserve (press release)

Shipping containers are being used for affordable and easy-to-install weekend homes (New York Post)


Jennifer White Karp

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