Landmarked Tribeca house gets a makeover, when co-op boards turn the screws, & more

By Nathan Tempey  | February 20, 2018 - 11:00AM

Sutton Place South, seen from Roosevelt Island.

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One of the oldest houses, if not the oldest house in Brooklyn Heights is for sale for just under $5 million (Brownstoner)

Inside an anonymous couple's renovation of a landmarked, nearly two-century-old house in Tribeca (Curbed)

One mom's journey from a homeless shelter to a housing lottery apartment in an eco-friendly building in the Bronx (New York Times)

The Caribbean country of St. Lucia is suing a Manhattan landlord after an ambassador says he was forced to leave his $7,500 a month apartment because of roach and rodent infestations (New York Post)

The Queens condo manager who displayed Nazi and other historical posters in his building's lobby and allegedly harassed residents about their immigration status will resign and take the offending posters down as part of a settlement (Daily News)

Co-op boards are increasingly holding onto deposits when apartment sales fall apart, according to this report (New York Times)

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